The Best Wedding Wine: 2022 Guide

”Wine makes every meal an occasion, every table more elegant, every day more civilized.”

André Simon

Most couples know that wine is “must-have” for every wedding. However, you certainly should opt for wines that will enchant your guests, too. Quality wines are a very important part of every gathering, especially weddings. They reveal your taste, style, and intentions.

If you are not a wine hedonist, selecting a perfect wedding wine can be a little bit challenging. When you need to balance personal taste and taste of your guests, at some point, you will start feeling confused.

So how to choose the right wine for a wedding? Very easy! Just follow our advice and you will be satisfied.

Popular wedding wines in 2022

Some wise man once said that wine is a secret ingredient for a joyful atmosphere. We must agree, but also add that you should only choose wines which will not give you a headache.

When it comes to wine choices for weddings, you should know that the most popular red wedding wines are cabernet sauvignon, pinot noir, and rose. White wedding wines which are favorite among people are chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, and pinot grigio. In the end, there is no wedding without sparkling wines. Make sure you provide champagne, sparkling rose, or prosecco.

So how to choose between all those types of wines? We present you a guide through the best wedding wines in 2022.

1.       Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon 2019

This Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon, which is deep purple with red tinges, shines in every way. Ripe dark fruits like blackberry and cherry abound in the scent, while subtle spice and vanilla blend seamlessly. Blackcurrant, luscious black cherry, and layers of vanilla, chocolate, and tobacco flavors burst forth on the palate, giving the wine a new dimension. Rich tannins, superb acidity, alcohol, and layers of luscious fruit balance out this full-bodied wine. Long, strong, and lasting, with an eucalyptus note at the end. Any wine connoisseur would agree that this is a great wine.

2.       Bodega Chacra Barda Pinot Noir 2020

 Incisa della Rochetta, grandson of the founder of Tenuta San Guido, which produces the famed Sassicaia Super Tuscan, also founded Bodega Chacra. Chacra’s Barda Pinot has its origins in a 1990 vineyard planted with cuttings from the 1932 and 1955 blocks. The goal is to make a wine that is lively, elegant, and refreshing, with a lot of lovely aromatics and red fruit from the grape variety. The grapes are fermented in cement tanks at a low temperature using only indigenous yeasts in the winery. The result is a Pinot Noir that is very clean and focused, with brilliant red plum, raspberry, and pomegranate flavors, silky smooth tannins, and delicate notes of sandalwood and woodsmoke on the finish.

3.       Chateau Saint-Maur L’Excellence Rose 2021

The historic Chateau Saint-Maur dates from the 19th century and is located just 10 kilometers from Saint-Tropez, between the steep Massif des Maures mountains and the azure Mediterranean Sea. A terrific way to get a taste of this rising star, L’Excellence presents a classic Provencal rosé with the elegance and grace that only the best local winemakers can deliver. To accomplish this, the grapes are hand-picked from the estate’s best plots and subjected to a brief cold maceration in the winery to extract aromas and color from the skins. After that, the must is vinified in stainless steel containers and left to rest on the lees for added complexity. This results in a light and airy look that is reminiscent of juicy peaches and red berries.

4.       Chateau Montelena Chardonnay 2018

For those looking for a less expensive alternative to pricey white Burgundies, the Chateau Montelena Chardonnay has stayed amazingly reasonable. The young wine is matured in French oak barrels for ten months after vinification to enhance its character and depth. White peaches, green apples, and lemon zest dominate the fragrance, while the first sip reveals a large full body, gentle tannins, and rich tropical fruit flavors that linger on the tongue. From the oak aging, there are delicious hints of sweet spices, smoke, and toast. This is a wine that may be enjoyed right now, but for those with the fortitude to wait, it can be cellared for at least another decade.


5.       Berlucchi 61 Franciacorta Saten

Berlucchi, known in Italy as the first producer of beautiful Franciacorta sparkling wines, is located in the rolling foothills of the Alps and has over 500 acres of organically farmed vineyards. The fruit is pressed and fermented in stainless steel tanks once it arrives at the winery. The mix is put together in the spring, and the wine goes through secondary fermentation in the bottle. It is then aged for 24 months in the cellar on the lees. With an abundance of delicate apricot, peach, and lemon zest aromas, the outcome is a polished and beautiful expression of Franciacorta. A lively strip of acidity runs through the palate, with a creamy body and a very pure and clear finish.