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Chantelle Bruwer
 
May 22, 2013 | Chantelle Bruwer

Sparkling Wine for your Okanagan Wedding

 

With a full champagne flute, you can get about 5.5 glasses per bottle, but you can double that by serving half flutes.  You can estimate 1-2 glasses at the welcoming reception in the first hour, 1 glass per toast and then 1-2 more every hour.

How to calculate how much wine you will need:

#of guests #of glasses/ guest total glasses 5.5 glasses/bottle #of bottles needed
25 25 x 2.5   62.5 63/5.5 = 11.45 12
50 50 x 2.5 125 125/5.5= 22.72 24
75 75 x 2.5 188 188/5.5= 34.18 36
100 100 x 2.5 250 250/5.5= 45.45 48

Always allow a little extra in case of breakage or unexpected toasts.  If you do have a bottle or two left over you can always save it to celebrate your first anniversary together or another celebratory occasion.

For additional help contact one of Blue Mountain’s friendly staff to help
you plan your sparkling and table wine requirements.
(250) 497-8244 / bluemountain@bluemountainwinery.com

 

Time Posted: May 22, 2013 at 6:35 AM
Christie Mavety
 
March 18, 2020 | Christie Mavety

Blue Mountain COVID-19 Update

To Our Valued Blue Mountain Supporters, Due to the current and ongoing health situation, our tasting room will remain closed until May 11th. We will continue to evaluate the situation surrounding COVID-19 and post any further updates on our website.  Continue »

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