Wine lovers love to use hashtags to find other likeminded people. Since the love for wine is not so pronounced, hashtags are one way of finding other wine lovers. Besides connecting with other wine lovers, hashtags can describe the uniqueness of wine in only a few words.

Popular wine hashtags that are used by wine lovers include:

Explain the event

Wine is a good accompaniment for a buffet dinner or a simple evening party. It is taken in both formal and informal events. Regardless of the event, wine makes it more appealing. Sometimes, the more expensive wines are only taken in special occasions. There are plenty of celebrations that call for a glass or two of wine.

You can use the hashtags below to describe the event when you enjoyed the wine:

#christmas

#tasting

#winetasting

#travel

#winefestival

#winemaking

#italy

#italia

#roseseason

Describe the wine

Wine is not just an ordinary drink. The packaging. The taste. Everything about wine is unique. Remember that there also different types of wine such as red wine or white wine and even different brands of the specific time. It is therefore important to describe the kind of wine you are taking using hashtags like:

#wine

#wines

#winewinewine

#vino

#vin

#vinho

#enoturismo

#redwine

#grapes

#whitewine

#gift

#winesofinstagram

You can also illustrate what you are using to take the wine, for example:

#bottle

#glass

#wineglass

#winebottle

#winebarrel

#glassofwine

Lastly, you can describe the variety of wine using varietal hashtags like:

#brunello

#cabfranc

#cabernet

#cabernetsauvignon

#chardonnay

#chardoneh

#chateauneufdupape

#frenchwine

#merlot

#moscato

#pinotblanc

#italianwine

#rose

#champagne

#sauvignonblanc

Explain the feeling

People often associate wine with love. Maybe because red represents love. But anyway, there is always a sensation that comes about with wine. When you swirl it in your glass or savor it in your mouth. It necessitates a positive emotional reaction.

You can portray your sensations towards wine with hashtags like:

#happy

#love

#cheers

#happyhour

#roseallday

#drank

#drink

#drinkup

#thanks (if a bottle of wine was given as a gift)

Explain who you are

Use hashtags to portray who you are in the context of wine. What role does wine play in your life? Use hashtags like:

#winelover

#winelovers

#winespectator

#wineenthusiast

#wineaddict

#winelife

#winegeek

#sommelier

#wineblogger

#ilovewine

#winephotography

These hashtags express your personality and attitude towards wine.

Explain the day and timing

Just like there are holidays to celebrate independence, there are also days specifically dedicated to celebrating wine. You can use hashtags to describe such days. Nevertheless, you don’t have to wait for a “wine holiday” to use hashtags. Some hashtags perfectly describe the day and timing. They include:

#winetime

#today

#winenight

#winewednesday

#wineoftheday

#wineoclock

#merlotMonday

#moscatoMonday

#malbecMonday

Describe the place

Where did you have your wine? Was it a hotel or a winery? There are many places you can have wine. You can use hashtags to define these places.

#winery

#winehouse

#vineyards

#harvest

#winebar

#estatewines

Other hashtags include:

Wine and food hashtags

#wineandcheese #wineanddine #wineandfood #winedivine #cookingwithwine #winepairing

You have sufficient ways to describe your wine using the list of hashtags above. Always use unique hashtags if you want your posts to stand out.

Wine Hashtags for Each Day of the Week

Monday
#merlotMonday #moscatoMonday #malbecMonday

Tuesday
#timeforwinetuesday

Wednesday

#winoWednesday #wineWednesday

Thursday
#thirstyThursday

Friday
#tgif

Saturday
#saturdaySpotlight

Sunday
#sundaySipper

 

Number of Hashtags

The maximum number of hashtags that you can use on your Instagram is 30 hashtags and almost ten hashtags on your Instagram story. Well, this does not always mean that you have to use all the limits of your hashtags, or maybe you can even do that. It depends totally on your post.

A few experts recommend that you should not fill up your post with too many hashtags as it can put a doubt on your viewer that you are a spammer. On the other hand, it is also suggested that more are your related hashtags; more is the engagement on your post.

So, this is entirely your choice how many hashtags you want to use on your post. With the hit and trial method, you will be able to test what kind of hashtags intensity suits your campaigns. Initially, if you are new to the app, try seeking the attention of the audience through 30 hashtags, and after that, maybe try reducing the intensity.

Where to put these Hashtags?

There is no such rule that where you can put the hashtags. You can directly encapsulate the space after your caption with all the cake hashtags at once.

Or you can put the hashtags while breaking the line inside the caption itself. There is no right or wrong way to do that. So, use them freely.

If you are also a fan of beer, please be sure to read our list of Beer Hashtags

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