BOOK Your Blending

  • $65/person (Includes 1 FREE bottle of your personally created blend)

    Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun2 hr
    65 US dollars

What is Wine Blending?

Wine blending is the process of combining different wine varietals to create a composite that's better than any of the wines separately on their own. The wines blended might be from different varieties, different regions, different wood—and non-wood-aging, different vintages, and even wines made from different fruit. 

Did you know? Wine makers don't have to label their wine as a blend as long as 75% of the wine is from a single varietal.

Learn more at our popular wine blending Experiences. Come on in and create your own blend. We educate you on how to make your own Bordeaux, Chianti, Super Tuscan and more!

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Craft your own signature blend in our hidden urban winery, located in the chic underground of 848 Sussex in Lawrence Park just outside of Philadelphia. Our expert wine stewards will guide you through an in-depth understanding of grape varietals and their flavor profiles so you may create your own masterpiece to take home. This hands-on experience is ideal for making memories on vacation, a unique date night, girls’ get-together, or even entertaining clients.  Perfect for team building! 

Private and Group experiences are available upon request.

Vino Bambino is Now Open For Reservations! Please call us at 610.299.5008

Each grape variety that is added to a wine blend contributes a special attribute, which combines to create a perfectly well-rounded, rich and smooth tasting wine. Wines from Bordeaux and Champagne are world-renowned for their exceptional wine blends.

All our wines are sourced from only the finest vineyards in Lake County, California (region adjacent to Napa and Sonoma.) 

So, what grapes make the perfect blends? Here are a few examples of some popular wine blends. 

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Image courtesy of: Wine Folly



If you made your own wine blend, what would you make?

Check out the infographic below showcasing classic white and red wine blends from around the world.