It’s time for our Wine Dinner Menu Ideas. This month’s supper club theme is Wine & Cheese, and each person put their personal spin on the theme.
Some chose a dinner party and others a wine pairing or wine tasting party with heavy hor devours.
I decided to share How To Host A Wine Tasting in your home.
Whichever you choose, these recipes will make a great addition to your party.
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Today’s Holiday Wine Dinner Menu Ideas is our monthly Supper Club series theme.
I decided to host a casual party with appetizers and various wines. At the same time, some of the ladies hosted wine dinner parties. Therefore, we are sharing a full dinner menu today, and I’m sharing the dessert.
If you are joining us for the first time, we are a group of friends who love to entertain, and when entertaining in person wasn’t recommended, we started a virtual supper club in January 2021.
How To Host A Wine Tasting Home Party
You can still see How to Host a Wine Tasting Home Party. I shared tips on themes, glasses, and table setup.
Stacy shares three options for a great cocktail before the dinner party. When planning a wine dinner party, these 3 White Wine Spritzers would be perfect for the cocktail hour.
Michele shared this delicious appetizer recipe, and I can’t wait to try this unique twist on fudge.
This combination of green chili and cheese will pair well with any wine choice.
This month Jen is responsible for the main dish, and this Bacon and Onion Cheese Tart is a perfect choice for a wine dinner.
Heidi is our guest hostess this month, and I love her creative idea to make individual charcuterie boards as a side dish for the wine tasting.
I love her idea to create a Christmas tree with choices of meat, cheese, and fruit.
Another side dish comes from Simply 2 Moms. I can’t wait to try this Winter Salad Recipe with Champagne Vinaigrette.
This month I was responsible for the dessert, and one of the best wine pairings is dark chocolate and raspberry with red wine. Therefore, I’m sharing this super easy-to-make fudge recipe.
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