Eating and partying outside? Make sure you pick wines that can handle being both too cold or too hot, red than can be chilled and whites that can be drunk at 20 degrees or more. That way you can relax.
In such conditions you want to choose reds which don't have too much tannin and are dry, ideally a bit crunchy. Any residual sugar makes them feel stodgy, and tannins are very raspy when cold. And you want to pick whites which are dry with controlled acidity. Too much acidity or residual sugar and the wine is not pleasant when too warm. And it will be too warm.
In whites, good choices from our selection are swiss chasselas, pinot gris, grüner veltliner, jacquere and altesse, dry muskateller, heida and of course Heidi Schroeck's Weisse Lowen and Vogelsang.
In reds, Gamay, light Pinot Noir, Vernatsch, unoaked Zweigelt, Merlot and even cool climate Syrah