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Little Christmas coming?

Little Christmas is a celebration that lives up to its reputation. The Little Christmas tradition was born more than a hundred years ago in the 1910s in student unions, from where it later spread to the wider society.

Food and drink are often the focus of Christmas parties. Here is a good checklist for the booker

Make sure you have enough to drink

Everyone must have heard the phrase "as long as the drink doesn't run out". However, this sentence is not related to intoxication, but to the general mood. Drinking is at least half of what is served and therefore plays a significant role in the success of the evening. A good rule to remember is to count 2 drinks during the first hour and from then on 1 drink per hour.

Pay attention to the functionality of the food and drink

Food and drink naturally complement each other. So take into account in planning that the flavors complement each other. Do not hesitate to turn to Viinitie's professionals.

The nature of Christmas determines the offer

Are your friends or clients guests? Is the dress code at the party fancy dress or evening dress? So choose the wines accordingly.

Non-alcoholic drinks are more than soda

Choosing to drink alcohol-free doesn't mean you're either an absolutist or a car. Non-alcoholic drinks are trending and wine producers have also responded to this growing demand. On this day, great non-alcoholic wines are available, which should definitely be taken into account in the drinks list.

Here are our recommendations for table settings for Christmas, with which you can't go wrong!

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