Practical Event Planning Guide
Wine for $2.50 to $3.50 Per Bottle
Yes Virginia there is a Santa Claus. Wine for $2.50 per 750ml. Stand up and take notice. I have been suggesting this to frugal event planners for years.
First rate wines can be had for deep discount prices. Don’t be fooled or think that you will get a second rate product because of the deep discount. The hook or catch is that you are the theoretical maker. This s not the case. With the guidance of on-site winemakers, customers choose one of two imported red and white juices: Cabernet Franc/Petit Verdot Red Blend, or California Napa Valley White Blend.
They then pour their juice into a 20-litre container, which they pass off to winemakers, who oversee the six- to eight-week fermentation process. Once ready, the new wine fills up to 26 bottles—which customers can label and seal with included labels, corks, and shrinks.
The winemakers at Vin Bon, using juices from international harvests, invite customers into the winemaking process, helping them craft their own vintages without the time-consuming steps of squeezing, straining, and background-checking their own grapes. After helping guests select their juice, the winemakers monitor and blend ingredients in each batch on its journey through fermentation and filtration. In additional to their winemaking services and kits, Vin Bon sources premium juices and grapes, such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Riesling.
This idea is quite good for weddings and theme parties. Included in the price is the custom labels. Start making wine.