Once you’ve sorted out catering for your Camberley event, you can start thinking about the drinks and what you’re going to serve up that will complement the food you have on offer.

When it comes to wine, it pays to make sure that you choose the right kind of drinks that work best with the food you’ve decided to serve – and it may be that you find it helpful to chat to a wine expert so you know you’re going to get it right.

As a rule of thumb, however, choose white wine with fish and red wine with meat (although you can opt for lighter reds for lighter seafood, or a bolder red if you have a meatier dish with something like tuna or swordfish).

Aside from that, there are other steps you can take that will make it seem as though you really know your stuff when it comes to wine. Make sure, for example, that you serve it in an appropriate glass. Apparently, certain glass shapes work better for different wines and if you really want to get it right, check out this article on the Wine Folly site to help steer you in the right direction.

If you have someone experienced on hand to actually serve the wine then great, but if you plan to do it yourself, there are a few tips to follow that can make it go swimmingly. Cut the foil at the bottom instead of the top, for example, as this can help to prevent drips when pouring glasses.

When using the corkscrew, insert it into the cork slightly off centre, as this will mean that you’re less likely to break the cork itself.

Something else you might like to try is decanting your red wine, as this can have a real impact on the flavour of the drink. In order to maximise the flavour, decant it and then let it sit for at least half an hour before your event is due to start.

Chilling your white wine properly is also a must if you want people to enjoy drinking it, but if you forget to do it (don’t worry, it happens to the best of us) you can get around this by wrapping the bottles in a wet tea towel and then putting them in the freezer for 15 minutes.

Since we’re now in summer, take a look at this article on the Guardian website featuring some of the best summer wines for this year… it could prove to be just the inspiration you’ve been looking for.

You might, for example, be taken by the Domain Cady Cheninsolite from Waitrose which is a Star Buy, apparently. It would suit meaty fish, roast pork or chicken, so a nice versatile option for whatever you have on the menu.

Once you’ve sorted out catering for your Camberley event, you can start thinking about the drinks and what you’re going to serve up that will complement the food you have on offer.

When it comes to wine, it pays to make sure that you choose the right kind of drinks that work best with the food you’ve decided to serve – and it may be that you find it helpful to chat to a wine expert so you know you’re going to get it right.

As a rule of thumb, however, choose white wine with fish and red wine with meat (although you can opt for lighter reds for lighter seafood, or a bolder red if you have a meatier dish with something like tuna or swordfish).

Aside from that, there are other steps you can take that will make it seem as though you really know your stuff when it comes to wine. Make sure, for example, that you serve it in an appropriate glass. Apparently, certain glass shapes work better for different wines and if you really want to get it right, check out this article on the Wine Folly site to help steer you in the right direction.

If you have someone experienced on hand to actually serve the wine then great, but if you plan to do it yourself, there are a few tips to follow that can make it go swimmingly. Cut the foil at the bottom instead of the top, for example, as this can help to prevent drips when pouring glasses.

When using the corkscrew, insert it into the cork slightly off centre, as this will mean that you’re less likely to break the cork itself.

Something else you might like to try is decanting your red wine, as this can have a real impact on the flavour of the drink. In order to maximise the flavour, decant it and then let it sit for at least half an hour before your event is due to start.

Chilling your white wine properly is also a must if you want people to enjoy drinking it, but if you forget to do it (don’t worry, it happens to the best of us) you can get around this by wrapping the bottles in a wet tea towel and then putting them in the freezer for 15 minutes.

Since we’re now in summer, take a look at this article on the Guardian website featuring some of the best summer wines for this year… it could prove to be just the inspiration you’ve been looking for.

You might, for example, be taken by the Domain Cady Cheninsolite from Waitrose which is a Star Buy, apparently. It would suit meaty fish, roast pork or chicken, so a nice versatile option