When a cool, crisp breeze returns to the air and leaves begin to fall, there’s no better time to visit your favorite local winery. But did you ever think to plan your own outdoor wine-themed event?

Whether it’s just you and a partner or the entire family, unique wine picnic baskets make it easy to enjoy a glass or two in the great outdoors. Check out some awesome ideas for serving wine throughout the fall season.





Are there any ideas for serving wine and cheese outdoors?

For an elegant wine and cheese picnic or similar “ritzy” outdoor affair, there are quite a few insulated options that make entertaining incredibly simple. Besides a fully stocked wine picnic basket, you’ll also fine adorable wine country totes with room for multiple bottles, glasses, fruit, cheese, and utensils. Many items come ready with cheese knives, cutting boards, an adjustable carrying strap, fully insulated compartments, and more. Just pack it up, and enjoy a quaint tasting anywhere!





What’s a romantic idea for a fall date?

If you’re looking to spice up a casual outing this autumn, consider the beautiful fall foliage or a local pumpkin patch for the perfect backdrop. You can bring a lovely wine picnic basket filled with plates, glasses, utensils, food storage containers, and essentially everything else you need for a complete lunch or dinner meal. These all-in-one kits are also great for a wine lover’s birthday, anniversary, or for an impromptu gift.





How can I easily serve drinks in an outdoor setting?

If your family is taking a trip to a local farm, an outdoor sporting event, or some other fall activity, enjoy a few drinks with a multipurpose portable wine bar. These carry-all packages come organized in a pretty box or case and include essentials like a corkscrew, martini shaker, flasks, glasses, jiggers, and beyond. For those who prefer top-shelf liquor, a premium travel wine bar arrives with a strainer, tongs, stirrer, shaker, and even a cutting board for pairing martinis with an appetizer.

No matter which design you choose, spirits always taste better in the brisk air of autumn!