Top 7 Wine Gifts for The Bachelorette

Top 7 Wine Gifts for The Bachelorette

Are you planning to host or attend a wine themed bachelorette party? A girl’s weekend could work wonders! Bring together your group of young bachelorettes to experience a mouth-watering smorgasbord of cheeses and sumptuous wine tasting. Isn’t it every girl’s dream to have a classic bachelorette party before the Big Day?

Picture it: Your wedding is nigh and you want to host a bachelorettes party that your girls will never stop talking about. As tempting as it is, don’t make ‘pour decisions’ on a glass wine full of rich wine flavours (sorry about the pun, but we couldn’t resist).

From the food and drink itself, to the décor of the day, we have what it takes to make your party memorable. We’ll keep everyone in your party hydrated with the finest there is. With Wine Design you can have all those must-have wine gifts for your party with a memorable twist – every bachelorette party has its own unique bottle design. Which glass and bottle fit your Bachelorette’s style? That’s where Wine Design comes in. We will supplement all your bottling or branding needs.

We have a wide range of tipples to bring to your party, including:


1. Chardonnay

Widely grown in Australia, this popular white variety responds best to winemaker crafting, leading to the production of the most desired wines around. We offer grape lover’s entry-level chardonnays which through rich enticing flavors, puts even reserve wines to shame.


2. Grenache

Based in the warmer dryer regions of Southern Australia, the unique Australian Grenache abounds. Older Grenache vines excrete soft, snuggly rich-flavoured red wines. Upon treatment with oak, Grenache develops a spicy flavour that also blends well with other Grenaches. With hints of mocha and bright cherries, with its low tannin levels, it also blends well with Shiraz.

Sauvignon Blanc

3. Sauvignon Blanc

This white wine is commonly grown in the Loire Valley and Bordeaux, in France, where it is often blended with Semillon making it part of the great dry white wine heritgate. This blended classic white wine has had its share of popularity in Australia. Particularly Sauvignon Blanc and the rare Semillon blends originating from Western Australia.

Sancerre and Pouilly Fume, based in France, were the worlds benchmarking wine until Marlborough in New Zealand shook the markets with newly flavoured slurps. These days, however, Australia is home to Sauvignon Blanc winners, which do well in cold climatic conditions and Australia has fantastic regions which provide a perfect environment for this popular variety to blossom.

Cabernet sauvignon

4. Cabernet sauvignon

Cabernet Sauvignon also originates from Bordeaux, France. Its original home is on the gravel soils of the Medoc, towards the left edge of the Gironde estuary where it is blended with Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and sometimes Malbec and Carmenere.

The Medoc is home to a famous wine community, where some of the finest red wines in the world are born. Cabernet Sauvignon is a relatively low yielding variety, with tiny berries and thick skins, which impart great colour, flavour tannins.

Cabernet Sauvignon grapes take a longer time to ripen, but have a firm tannin structure that enables these wines to lay well and develop over time.

Pinot noir

5. Pinot noir

For centuries, Pinot Noir grapes have been grown in Burgundy, a small farming town in France, home to some of the priciest agricultural land in the world. Some of the world’s most expensive wines blended from Pinot Noir are grown here.

Pinot Noir wines first made their way to Australia in 1788, and later were included as part of the James Busby vine collection set-up in the Hunter Valley in the early 1800s. The ethereal nature of Pinot Noir hints at luxury from the soil it came from. Its tannins are fine and soft, bulging at the back.

When tasting Pinot Noir, it’s important to bear in mind that it’s not just about red wine. It is about delicacy and the subtle nature of sparkling wine, because Pinot Noir is also one of the grapes used in Champagne making.


6. Merlot

Originally also traced to France, Merlot is the base for the world’s best known Bordeaux wines. They ooze a sumptuous richness, depth of flavour and style. Merlot was introduced in Australia as late as the 1960s, but has had an irregular history in Australia due to its unpredictable ripening nature. As a result, it is not as widely planted. Merlot proves to be an exceptional grape for blending, however, especially when paired with Cabernet Sauvignon, providing a succulent mid-palate wine.


7. Shiraz

Often pronounced “Syrah”, Shiraz originates from Rhone Valley in France where it is the backbone of inhabitants of the Cornas and Côte-Rôtie wine regions. With its thick-skinned berries, Shiraz is distinguished by its spicy nature and smooth tannins. Shiraz reached in Australia as part of a collection in 1832. Due to its ability to withstand hot and dry climates, it did well in many Australian regions. First planted in Sydney, the grape later took hold in the Barossa Valley has grown popularity ever since.

A Bottle for Everyone in the Party

A Bottle for Everyone in the Party

Why only get the bride a fine piece, when you can secure a matching group of wine bottles for everyone in the party as a souvenir of the day? Wine Design also offers the best wine deals for regular clients and bulk purchases. If you are to host or attend a bachelorette party, be sure to pick a unique type of wine bottle which comes in a variety of styles.

Our mixers will advise you accordingly on the planning, how to seek out the best wines, not forgetting to give you a little taste of our finest tipples on offer. With Wine Design, you will not fail to get the best take-home gifts for the party and make your day a memorable way to kick off your future with your loved ones.

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