1. Match flowers to the wine label
Keep your colour palette in mind by matching a spring flower arrangement to the label on the bottle. Taking a cue from the peach-coloured label on Ruffino Prosecco, these tulips and roses bring a perfectly coordinated burst of colour to the tabletop.
2. Chill the flowers with the wine
Tulips and hyacinths make a beautiful centrepiece—and a long-lasting one too, provided you keep the arrangement cool. To preserve the blossoms, chill tulips in the fridge alongside your favourite white wine, and keep hyacinths out of direct sunlight.
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3. Match the wine
4. Go fragrance-free on the dining table
Pinot Grigio is a popular pairing for halibut and shrimp, or cheeses like chevre and burrata. At a food-focused gathering, it’s best to choose scentless flowers like seasonal ranunculus and anemones to keep guests focused on the flavours of meal itself.
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5. A foolproof spring wine and flower pairing
Chardonnay is one of the world’s most popular wine varietals, making it a great go-to as a hostess gift. Pair the wine with a sweet and simple bouquet of creamy neutral spring florals like quicksand roses, mottled hellebores and cream lisianthus.