Here are my Winery Picnic Essentials:
- I decided that instead of buying a picnic table cover that I would simply re-purpose one of my Turkish beach towels.
- It can be very windy on a vineyard, so these colorful cloth napkins come in very handy.
- I love these great melamine salad plates and they all fit in the picnic basket.
- Pack an all-purpose cutting board
- I love to bring music with me too, but make sure that you’re not bothering other people. I love this Beats Pill.
- I also really love my insulated picnic basket. Not only does it hold cups and plates, but it has an insulated section to carry your food too. I decided to get rid of the cups and the plates because they had BPA and get my own. I decided to go with stemless shatterproof glasses from Govino.
- Make sure that all of your food is in separate containers. I really love the compartmentalized container that I used in the photos, it keeps 5 different items separated but in the same container for easy transportation. It’s BPA free plastic which is lighter than glass and non-toxic. Unfortunately, the one I have is sold out but put the links below to two new ones that are currently available.
Most Commonly Forgotten Items for a Winery Picnic:
- small trash bags
- disposable utensils
- wine and/or champagne stopper
- soft cheese knife
- hard cheese knife
- paper napkins (if you don’t use cloth)
- wet naps
- wine opener
Here Are Some Wine Tasting Picnic Menu Ideas?
- Veggies: baby carrots, celery, bell peppers.
- Fruit: watermelon (if it’s in season), other fruit or berries.
- Cheese: I usually stick with hard cheeses because they transport better than soft cheeses.
- Prepared meats: I like prosciutto and salami.
- Bread: I brought a gluten-free option, but a regular baguette would be perfect.
- Popcorn: I like to make my own with butter and rosemary.
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