When it comes to selecting the perfect wines for your guests, there are a few key factors to consider. For whites, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, and even some blends are great options. Dried roses are also a great choice as they can suit many different tastes and food profiles. When it comes to reds, blends are always the best option, followed by Pinot Noirs.
To ensure you have something for everyone, it's best to offer two white wines (a light and full-bodied option), two red wines (a light and full-bodied option), and a fifth selection such as a prosecco, sparkling rosé, or Moscato. Screw-cap wines (also known as Stelvin system screw caps) are becoming increasingly popular for special occasions such as weddings. Not only do they allow for quick pouring, but they also don't indicate that the wine is of lower quality. Additionally, they offer a great combination of body and flavor between white and red wines.
If you're looking for an economical option for cooking, box wines are a great choice. Red and white varieties can be purchased at random to use in recipes.