Wine Tasting Party: Blind Tasting
"Tasting blind" means hiding labels—and sometimes even using paraphernalia like blindfolds and black wineglasses—so guests have no visual clues about a wine's identity and have to figure it out solely by sniffing and sipping. For the blind wine tasting party here, guests can try the different wines and attempt to guess the grape varietal; for extra credit, they can attempt to distinguish the less expensive bottles from the pricier ones.
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Chardonnay 2008 A to Z ($15) Aging in stainless steel tanks instead of costly oak barrels means lots of citrusy flavor at a low price.