12 House Wines for Restaurants and Hotels

House Wines for Restaurants and Hotels

Introduction

There’s something truly special about finding a new wine you absolutely love. I’ll never forget the first time I tried this one red wine at a nice hotel in Nairobi. It was a warm evening and I was relaxing outside on their patio. As soon as I poured the deep red wine into my glass, the amazing aromas hit me – fresh raspberries, cherries, and a little hint of orange.

When I took my first sip, all those delicious fruit flavours exploded in my mouth. It was like biting into the juiciest berries, but better because it had a little kick to it too 😉. And there was just a touch of sweetness at the end that made me want more, which I did 🤭

It was such a simple thing, just a glass of red wine on a patio. But that one wine made the whole evening feel special and luxurious in the best way possible. Those are the kinds of experiences you want for your guests because that is what will make them come back again, and again.

What are House Wines?

House wines refers to an affordable wines that is sold by the glass or bottle at restaurants, bars, hotels, and other establishments to offer customers an affordable option. 

Some key points about house wines are:

  • House wines are often low in cost compared to the other wines on the wine list.
  • Establishments often purchase house wines in large volumes at bulk pricing to keep costs down.
  • They are straightforward wines meant for easy, everyday drinking.
  • Red and white house wines are staples, with red blends or varietals like Cabernet Sauvignon or Merlot being common house reds and Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc being the common house whites.
  • Establishments may have their own “signature” house wines that become ingrained in their brand identity.
Why should a hotel or restaurant have a selection of house wines?

For a top-notch hotel or restaurant, having great wines available for your guests is so important. That first glass of wine can make or break the whole experience. These signature house wines create an unforgettable first impression from the moment they are poured. When hotels pick which wines to offer, they need to find ones that deliver big, bold flavours but also provide amazing value. 

reasons why a hotel or restaurant should have a selection of house wines
5 reasons why a hotel or restaurant should have a selection of house wines
1. Create Amazing Experiences

Having excellent house wines that are specially chosen elevates the whole experience for guests from the first taste. These signature wines represent the hotel/restaurant’s vibe and help make great first impressions.

2. Pair Perfectly with Food

Offering a variety of dry, semi-sweet, and sweet house wines ensures there’s an ideal pairing for all the different dishes on the menu. The right wine and food match delight customers’ taste buds and improve their experience.

3. High Quality for Less Cost

Many of the recommended house wines provide top-notch quality at a reasonable, affordable price, so guests feel like they are getting a great value.

4. Signature Identity 

Carefully selected house wines can become an integral part of the hotel or restaurant’s signature identity and brand persona that keeps guests coming back.

The key is choosing house wines that over-deliver in taste for the price, so they make guests’ experiences more enjoyable on a budget.

Here are Some House Wine Selections to Consider

Pierre Marcel as a House Wine

1. Pierre Marcel Sweet Red 

Imagine this- a couple is on their honeymoon or celebrating their anniversary at your hotel. They’ve just come back from an incredible evening exploration. As they settle into the cozy lounge, they decide to extend the romance with one final glass of wine before retiring. Here is where Pierre Marcel Sweet Red comes in.

Here are the details on the nose, palate, pairing, and serving of this wine.

The Nose

 The Pierre Marcel Sweet Red greets you with an inviting and luscious bouquet of ripe red berries, predominantly strawberries and raspberries, intermingled with hints of cherry and a subtle floral note.

The Palate

 On the palate, this sweet red wine is an explosion of juicy fruit flavours. The dominant notes are those of fresh, ripe strawberries and raspberries, with undertones of cherry and a touch of sweetness that perfectly balances the vibrant fruit character. The wine has a medium body and a velvety texture, making it smooth and easy to drink. The finish is pleasantly sweet and lingering,

Pairing

 This sweet red wine is incredibly versatile when it comes to pairing. It can be enjoyed on its own or paired with various dishes. This wine pairs beautifully with desserts, particularly those featuring fresh berries, such as strawberry tarts or raspberry cheesecake. It also complements fruit-based salads and can be a delightful accompaniment to brunch dishes like waffles or pancakes topped with fresh berries and whipped cream.

Serving

 The Pierre Marcel Sweet Red is best served slightly chilled, around 45-50°F (7-10°C). This cooler temperature helps to accentuate the fresh berry flavours and refreshing nature of the wine. It can be poured into a standard red wine glass or a slightly chilled glass to ensure an enjoyable drinking experience.

Offering the Pierre Marcel as your signature sweet red house wine sets your hotel up to provide memorable, intimate experiences. Its satisfying taste makes it the ultimate “one more glass?” kind of wine. 

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Robertson Red Sweet Wine as house wine

2. Robertson Sweet Red

It’s a lively Friday night and the restaurant is buzzing with energy from celebratory groups looking to end the week in style; birthdays, girls’ nights, office parties. The Robertson Sweet Red is the ideal house wine to unlock that celebratory spirit.

Produced by the renowned Robertson Winery in South Africa what makes this wine unique is its really fruity and sweet taste. 

Here are the details on the nose, palate, pairing, and serving of this wine.

The Nose

 The Robertson Sweet Red greets you with an alluring aroma of ripe red fruits, dominated by notes of luscious strawberries and raspberries, complemented by hints of cherry and a delicate floral undertone.

The Palate

 On the palate, this sweet red wine is a delightful explosion of vibrant fruit flavours. Juicy strawberry and raspberry notes take centre stage, accompanied by a touch of cherry. The sweetness is well-balanced, providing a smooth and velvety texture that coats the mouth pleasantly. The wine has a medium body and a lively acidity that keeps the sweetness in check, preventing it from becoming cloying.

Pairing

 The Robertson Sweet Red is a versatile wine that pairs beautifully with a variety of dishes and occasions. 

For appetizers, consider a cheese platter with soft cheeses like blue cheese or spicy tapas. 

Main courses such as BBQ ribs or chicken, pasta with tomato sauce, and Asian dishes like sweet and sour pork or teriyaki chicken complement the wine well. Vegetarian options like stuffed bell peppers, roasted root vegetables, and Margherita pizza also make great matches. 

For dessert, try pairing it with chocolate desserts, fruit tarts, or cheesecake. 

The key is to choose dishes that balance or complement the wine’s sweetness and fruitiness while avoiding overly acidic or very dry options.

Serving

 To fully appreciate the Robertson Sweet Red, it should be served slightly chilled, around 45-50°F (7-10°C). This cooler temperature enhances the fresh berry flavours and refreshing nature of the wine. Serve it in a standard red wine glass or a slightly chilled glass to ensure an enjoyable drinking experience.

This signature house wine is super versatile because of its fruitiness and sweetness. By making the Robertson Sweet Red your signature house wine, you provide guests with the perfect means to embrace a celebratory, relaxed evening.

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Asconi Pastrol as a House Wine

3. Asconi Pastrol 

After an incredible multi-course meal at your hotel, guests will be looking to linger a little longer to catch up or just enjoy the moment. That’s when having Asconi Pastrol as your dessert wine house comes out to play.

Here are the details on the nose, palate, pairing, and serving of this wine.

The Nose

 The Asconi Pastrol greets you with an intriguing and complex bouquet. Notes of ripe red fruits, such as cherries and raspberries, mingle with hints of spice, like cinnamon and clove, creating a warm and inviting aroma. Undertones of vanilla and a subtle earthiness add depth and intrigue.

The Palate

 On the palate, the Asconi Pastrol exhibits a well-structured and full-bodied character. The initial flavours mirror the aromas, with juicy red fruit flavours taking centre stage, complemented by the warmth of baking spices. As the wine unfolds, notes of dark chocolate, tobacco, and a touch of cedar emerge, adding layers of complexity. The tannins are firm yet well-integrated, providing a velvety texture and a solid backbone.

The finish of the Asconi Pastrol is remarkably long and satisfying, with lingering flavours of red fruit, spice, and a subtle oakiness that lingers pleasantly on the palate.

Pairing

 This versatile wine pairs exceptionally well with a variety of dishes. 

It complements grilled or roasted red meats, such as ribeye steaks, lamb chops, or beef tenderloin. 

It also pairs beautifully with hearty stews, slow-cooked braises, and dishes featuring rich, savoury sauces. For vegetarian options, consider pairing it with mushroom dishes or aged cheeses like Gouda or Pecorino.

Serving

 The Asconi Pastrol is best served at a slightly cooler temperature, around 12-16°C (54-61°F). Chilling it too much can mask its sweet and fruity notes while serving it too warm can make it taste overly sweet and heavy. To achieve the perfect temperature, you can place the bottle in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes before serving.

By establishing this Moldovan red wine as your signature house wine, the restaurant provides guests with an affordable taste of the region through an instantly recognizable, fruit-driven flavour profile. 

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5. Mucho Mas Dry Red

Sometimes after a long, stressful day, your guests just need a big, bold red wine that stands up and gives them a figurative bearhug of flavour and richness. That’s where having Mucho Mas Dry Red as your house wine really shines.

Imagine a businessperson finally able to kick off their shoes after extended meetings or a couple on date night ready to unwind over a steak dinner. 

Mucho Mas Dry Red is a bold and robust wine that showcases the rich flavours and aromas of quality red grapes.

Here are the details on the nose, palate, pairing, and serving of this dry red wine:

 The Nose

Upon uncorking a bottle of Mucho Mas Dry Red, you are greeted with an intense and inviting bouquet of aromas. Notes of ripe black fruits, such as blackberries and plums, are complemented by hints of spice, tobacco, and well-integrated oak notes. There are also subtle undertones of dark chocolate and vanilla, adding depth and complexity to the aroma.

The Palate

 On the palate, Mucho Mas Dry Red delivers a full-bodied and robust experience. The flavours of dark fruits, such as blackcurrants and black cherries, are prominent and well-balanced with the wine’s firm tannin structure. There are also nuances of spice, leather, and a touch of earthiness that contribute to the wine’s overall complexity. The finish is long and satisfying, with lingering notes of oak and dark chocolate.

Pairing

 Mucho Mas Dry Red is an excellent pairing companion for hearty and flavorful dishes. It pairs beautifully with grilled or roasted red meats, such as ribeye steaks or lamb chops. The wine’s robust character also complements rich pasta dishes, particularly those with tomato-based sauces or featuring mushrooms. Additionally, it can be enjoyed with aged cheeses and charcuterie boards.

Serving

 To enjoy Mucho Mas Dry Red at its best, it should be served at room temperature. This temperature range allows the wine’s aromas and flavours to fully unfold and showcase their complexity. It’s recommended to decant the wine for at least 30 minutes before serving, allowing it to breathe and further enhance its flavours.

Mucho Mas Dry Red is a wine that offers a bold and sophisticated experience, perfect for those who appreciate rich and full-bodied reds. Its intense aromas, robust flavours, and excellent pairing potential make it an ideal choice for various occasions, from casual gatherings to formal dinners.

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Nederburg wines as in-house wines

6. Nederburg Collection 

When guests dine at your establishment, they want an experience that delivers consistent quality and familiarity they can trust. That’s why having the Nederburg Collection wines as your go-to house wines makes so much sense.

This respected South African winery has been a reliable standard-bearer for decades. Just uttering the Nederburg name carries a certain comforting nostalgia for many wine lovers. It’s like running into an old friend you know will never let you down. For instance, let us touch on Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc.

Here are the details on the nose, palate, pairing, and serving of these wines.

a) Nederburg Cabernet Sauvignon

Nose: The Nederburg Cabernet Sauvignon offers aromas of ripe black currants, cassis, and a touch of cedar.

Palate: On the palate, it provides a solid structure with moderate tannins and flavours of blackberry and plum. The Cabernet Sauvignon contributes subtle notes of herbs and a gentle tannic grip to the finish.

Pairing: It pairs well with grilled meats like beef or lamb, as well as roasted poultry dishes.

Serving: Best served around 55-60°F (13-16°C) to showcase its balanced flavours.

b) Nederburg Sauvignon Blanc

Nose: The Sauvignon Blanc adds refreshing notes of grapefruit, lemon zest, and hints of freshly cut grass to the aroma.

Palate: It contributes vibrant acidity and lovely citrus flavours, particularly grapefruit and lime, creating a wine with a medium body and a crisp, refreshing finish. The Sauvignon Blanc provides a bright and lively aftertaste to the finish.

Pairing: The bright acidity makes it an excellent pairing for seafood dishes, particularly those with a citrus or herb-based sauce. It also pairs well with grilled vegetables, pasta dishes with fresh tomato sauces, or herb-crusted goat cheese.

Serving: Best served slightly chilled, around 55-60°F (13-16°C), to allow the wine to showcase its refreshing character.

 

By making the Nederburg Collection your signature house wine, you give your wine list a reliable foundation it can bank on night after night. Your guests will appreciate the chance to indulge their nostalgic cravings for solid, classic representations of beloved grapes. 

Sometimes people just want their glass to deliver exactly what they were expecting, and Nederburg answers that call.

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7. Rosso Nobile 

There’s this special kind of magic when you pair chocolate with wine, isn’t there? It’s like they were made for each other, creating this indulgent dance of flavours that’s hard to resist. So, imagine having that delightful duo as your signature house wine – it’s like offering your guests a little slice of heaven every time they visit. Whether it’s a cozy evening in or a lively gathering with friends, sharing this chocolate-infused wine adds an extra layer of warmth and joy to the occasion, making every moment just a bit sweeter.

Here are the details on the nose, palate, pairing, and serving of this wine.

The Nose

Rosso Nobile has notes of ripe red fruits with the seductive aroma of dark chocolate. Notes of juicy strawberries, cherries, and raspberries mingle harmoniously with the enticing aromas of cocoa.

The Palate

 On the palate, Rosso Nobile delivers a velvety and full-bodied sensation that is both sweet and smooth. The initial flavours of ripe red berries are complemented by the luxurious and creamy notes of chocolate, creating a decadent and indulgent taste experience. The sweetness is perfectly balanced, never overpowering, allowing the wine’s inherent fruitiness to shine through.

The finish of Rosso Nobile is long and lingering, with the chocolate notes leaving a delightful and memorable impression on the palate. The sweetness gently fades, leaving a pleasant and satisfying aftertaste that invites you to take another sip.

Pairing

 Rosso Nobile is a versatile and indulgent wine that can be enjoyed on its own as a self-indulgent treat or paired with a variety of desserts and chocolate-based dishes. 

It pairs exquisitely with rich chocolate cakes, creamy chocolate mousses, or even a simple platter of assorted chocolate truffles. Additionally, it complements dishes that feature notes of chocolate, such as mole sauces or chocolate-infused savoury dishes.

Serving

 For the optimal tasting experience, Rosso Nobile should be served slightly chilled, around 12-14°C (54-57°F). This temperature allows the aromas and flavours to fully blossom, providing a truly indulgent and memorable experience.

 

Are you simply looking to impress your guests with a remarkable pairing? Rosso Nobile is sure to captivate your guests’ senses and leave a lasting impression with its harmonious blend of sweet red wine and rich chocolate flavours.

Give your guests a chance to embrace pure, unabashed indulgence with Rosso Nobile – a liquid dessert in a glass. Sometimes your guests are looking for that surprising effect in their wine, and Rosso Nobile delivers every time.

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Fragolino Sparkling Rosso for in-house wines

8. Fragolino Sparkling Rosso 

There’s a certain kind of magic in the air when you’re celebrating, isn’t there? And what’s a celebration without a little pop and fizz? That is why making Fragolino Sparkling Rosso our house bubbly is a great idea. It’s not just about pouring a drink; it is about infusing every moment with that sparkling joy and sense of togetherness for your guests. Whether it’s toasting to new beginnings or simply enjoying the sweetness of life, having this bubbly on hand means you are always ready to help your guests raise a glass and make memories that sparkle.

Here are the details on the nose, palate, pairing, and serving of this wine.

The Nose

The Fragolino Sparkling Rosso is a sweet sparkling red wine that greets you with a delightful and inviting aroma of fresh, ripe strawberries, complemented by hints of raspberry and a subtle floral note.

The Palate

On the palate, this sparkling wine bursts with vibrant flavours of juicy strawberries and red berries, creating a delightfully sweet and refreshing taste. The effervescence is lively, with tiny bubbles that dance on the tongue, adding a playful texture to the overall experience. 

Despite its sweetness, the wine maintains a well-balanced acidity, preventing it from becoming excessively sweet. The finish is pleasantly sweet and lingering, with a delicate hint of red berry sweetness that gently fades away, leaving a refreshing and satisfying aftertaste.

Pairing

 The Fragolino Sparkling Rosso is a versatile wine that can be enjoyed on its own or paired with various dishes.  

For appetizers, consider a fresh fruit platter, bruschetta with tomato and basil, or cheese. 

When it comes to main courses, grilled salmon, pork tenderloin, or a vegetable stir-fry are all good options. Vegetarian choices like caprese salad or vegetable pizza also make great matches. 

For dessert, indulge in chocolate-covered strawberries, red velvet cake, or a mixed berry tart. 

Aim for dishes with bright, fresh flavours that complement the wine’s fruity and effervescent character

Serving

This sparkling wine should be served well-chilled, around 45-50°F (7-10°C). To maintain its effervescence and aromas, it’s recommended to chill the bottle in an ice bucket before serving. Fragolino Sparkling Rosso is best enjoyed in a flute or a tulip-shaped glass, allowing the bubbles to rise and the aromas to concentrate.

 

Making Fragolino Sparkling Rosso your signature sparkling red house wine provides your guests with a bottle they can pop open and toast every time they visit. Some wines just put a sparkle in your eye, and this bubbly does it without fail.

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9. Guv’nor Dry Red

There’s a certain magic in having a signature house wine that embodies the essence of a hotel’s character and hospitality. It’s about crafting an experience that goes beyond mere dining or accommodation, aiming to create cherished memories for every guest. That’s why choosing Guv’nor Dry Red as our house wine isn’t just a decision—it’s a statement. 

Guv’nor Dry Red speaks to the boldness and sophistication of your establishment, mirroring the warm and inviting ambience you strive to cultivate. With each sip, guests are invited to immerse themselves in the elegance that not only defines their dining or stay with you but also turns moments into cherished memories that linger long after they depart.

Here are the details on the nose, palate, pairing, and serving of this wine.

The Nose

The Guv’nor Dry Red greets you with an inviting bouquet of ripe red fruits, such as plums, cherries, and raspberries, complemented by subtle notes of spice and earthy undertones.

The Palate

On the palate, this wine exhibits a well-balanced structure with a medium to full body. Rich flavours of dark berries, black currants, and a hint of vanilla from the oak ageing dominate the initial taste. The tannins are firm yet smooth, providing a pleasant mouthfeel and adding complexity to the overall experience. The finish is long and satisfying, with lingering notes of cocoa, tobacco, and a touch of dried herbs, leaving a pleasant and warm aftertaste.

Pairing

The Guv’nor Dry Red is a versatile wine that pairs exceptionally well with a variety of dishes. It complements grilled or roasted red meats, such as steaks, lamb chops, or beef tenderloin. It also pairs beautifully with hearty pasta dishes, especially those featuring rich tomato-based sauces or meat. For vegetarian options, consider pairing it with mushroom dishes or aged cheeses.

Serving

Serve Guv’nor Dry Red at room temperature, around 65°F (18°C). It is recommended to open the bottle at least 30 minutes before serving to allow the wine to breathe and fully express its aromas and flavours. Decanting the wine can also help to soften the tannins and enhance the overall drinking experience.

 

Making Guv’nor Dry Red your signature full-bodied house wine, you provide guests with an affordable way to treat themselves to a good Spanish wine. Set a tone for a truly remarkable and unforgettable stay.

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10. Bianco Nobile 

Isn’t there a beautiful sense of nostalgia and comfort in the aroma of vanilla? It’s like a warm hug from the past, taking you back to the cherished moments of childhood spent in the kitchen, surrounded by the scent of freshly baked treats and the loving presence of mom or grandma. That is the enchanting power of Bianco Nobile, a vanilla-infused wine when it becomes your house wine—it’s not just a wine, it’s a journey back to those sweet memories for your guests. 

With each sip, they’re transported to a place of warmth and joy, where every glass is filled not just with wine, but with stories and love.

Here are the details on the nose, palate, pairing, and serving of this wine.

The Nose

The aroma of Bianco Nobile is dominated by the enticing scent of vanilla, which is often described as warm, and creamy. Underlying the vanilla notes, you may also detect hints of ripe stone fruits, such as peach or apricot, as well as floral and honeyed undertones.

The Palate

On the palate, Bianco Nobile feels smooth and creamy. The vanilla flavour takes centre stage, imparting a sweet and mellow character to the wine. However, the wine’s natural acidity and tannins provide a pleasant balance, preventing the vanilla from becoming overpowering. You may also taste notes of citrus, honey, or tropical fruits. Bianco Nobile has a long and persistent finish, with the vanilla notes lingering pleasantly on the palate. 

Pairing

Bianco Nobile pairs exceptionally well with desserts, especially those with vanilla, caramel, or custard-based flavours. Think crème brûlée, vanilla ice cream, or bread pudding. It can also complement fruit-based desserts, such as peach cobbler or apple tarts.

Serving

When serving Bianco Nobile, it’s recommended to chill it slightly to enhance its refreshing quality and vanilla flavour.

By making this your signature dessert wine, you provide guests with a unique treat guests won’t find everywhere else. Whether lingering over the final indulgent bites or just sipping it slowly on its own, Bianco Nobile has the power to make your guests feel completely at home.

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Gato Negro Merlot 

11. Gato Negro Merlot 

There’s something so satisfying about an easygoing, red wine that envelops you in pure comfort and warmth. By making the Gato Negro Merlot your go-to house pour, you give your guests a chance to embrace those kinds of simple, soulful pleasures every single night.

Here are the details on the nose, palate, pairing, and serving of this wine.

Nose

The Gato Negro Merlot greets you with an inviting bouquet of ripe red and black fruit aromas, predominantly plums and blackberries, complemented by hints of vanilla and spicy notes reminiscent of black pepper.

Palate

 On the palate, this Merlot showcases a medium to full-bodied structure with a velvety texture. The flavours mirror the aromas, with juicy plum and blackberry notes taking centre stage, supported by undertones of mocha, tobacco, and a subtle hint of dried herbs. The tannins are well-integrated and smooth, providing a round and satisfying mouthfeel. It has a remarkably long and persistent.

Pairing

This versatile Merlot pairs well with a variety of dishes. It complements grilled or roasted red meats, such as beef tenderloin, lamb chops, or a juicy steak. It also pairs beautifully with hearty pasta dishes, especially those featuring rich, tomato-based sauces or mushroom ragù. For vegetarian options, consider pairing it with portobello mushroom dishes or aged cheeses like Manchego or Pecorino.

Serving

The Gato Negro Merlot is best served at room temperature. It’s recommended to open the bottle at least 30 minutes before serving. This allows the wine to breathe and fully express its aromas and flavours. Decanting the wine can also help to soften the tannins and enhance the overall drinking experience.

 

Making Gato Negro Merlot your signature you provide an affordable way for your guests to embrace the quiet, soulful rituals of life’s simple pleasures each time they visit. 

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Drostdy Hof Wines

12. Drostdy-Hof Collection: Dry White and Red Wines

Sometimes your guests just want a solid, reliable wine that delivers all the classic flavours they crave without any fuss. The kind of crowd-pleasing wine that never fails to satisfy. That’s exactly what the Drostdy-Hof Collection offers as a signature house wine.

Drostdy-Hof Collection is a range of wines produced by the renowned Drostdy-Hof winery. The winery is located in the heart of the Western Cape’s Stellenbosch region of South Africa. The collection includes both dry white and red wines.

Here are the details on the nose, palate, pairing, and serving of these wines.

a) Drostdy-Hof Premium Grand Cru

Nose: The Drostdy-Hof Dry White wine offers a captivating bouquet of citrus aromas, such as lemon and grapefruit

Palate: This dry white wine delivers a refreshing crispness and vibrant acidity, balanced by layers of ripe fruit flavours and a hint of herbaceous notes. The mouthfeel is elegantly textured, with a moderate body and a clean, lingering finish.

Pairing: This dry white wine pairs exceptionally well with dishes like seafood, salads, and light pasta dishes. It also complements goat cheese and other fresh, creamy cheeses.

Serving: Serve the Drostdy-Hof Collection Dry White chilled, around 8-10°C (46-50°F), to fully appreciate its crisp and refreshing character.

b) Drostdy-Hof Claret Select

Nose: The Drostdy-Hof Collection Red wine presents a complex and alluring bouquet of ripe red and black fruits, such as plums, blackberries, and cherries, interwoven with hints of spice, tobacco, and well-integrated oak notes.

Palate:  This red wine unveils a rich and full-bodied character, with velvety tannins and a structure that promises excellent aging potential. Notes of mocha, vanilla, and a subtle earthiness complement the flavors of dark fruits, leading to a long and satisfying finish.

Pairing: The Drostdy-Hof Collection Red is an ideal companion for grilled or roasted meats, hearty stews, and richly flavoured dishes. It also pairs beautifully with aged cheeses.

Serving: Serve this red wine at a temperature of 16-18°C (61-64°F). This allows its complex aromas and flavours to fully unfold.

 

The Drostdy-Hof Collection ensures that your guests can always find a reasonably priced and good quality wine on the wine list. At times, your guests may just want a great wine with familiar flavours.

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Conclusion

In cultivating your signature in-house wine selections, we recommend a thoughtfully varied yet tightly curated offering spanning crisp, food-friendly dry styles as well as indulgent off-dry and late-harvest offerings. This allows you to present an affordable luxury pour to satisfy every guest’s palate and cuisine pairing desires.

By partnering with quality-focused suppliers like Jays Wines, your hotel or restaurant can establish iconic house wines as an integral part of your hospitality brand’s identity and profitability engine. Evaluate diligently, select judiciously, and elevate your entire beverage program to new distinguished heights.

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