10 Country Songs To Drink Wine To

There are several beverages that pair well with country music. Wine is one of the more popular choices. Nothing beats the feeling of sipping your favorite glass of red or white and listening to your favorite songs. Luckily, there are more than enough songs to cater to any mood. Here are our picks for the best country songs to drink wine to.

1.“Hide The Wine” by Carly Pearce

“Better hide the wine and get it gone / I better hide every one of them records that turn me on.”

2. “That Song We Used To Make Love To” by Carrie Underwood

“Don’t wanna hear that stupid melody / The one we used to always keep playing on repeat / ‘Cause it just takes me to the place when you were mine / Where you laid my body down, and then got drunk on me like wine.”

3. “Chasing After You” by Ryan Hurd and Maren Morris

“You come over when your wine’s all gone / Always catch me when I’m not that strong / Then you wind up staying all night long / Ain’t nothin’ new.”

4. “Wine, Beer, Whiskey” by Little Big Town

“The wine, the beer, the whiskey / Are the only things that fix me / I’m not saying it’s a problem / I can stop it if I wanna.”

5. “Sangria” by Blake Shelton

“Only thing I want to do tonight / Is drink you like a Spanish wine / Let you let this head of mine keep spinning, spinning around.”

6. “Wine Colored Roses” by George Jones

“I sent her some wine colored roses / The color of grapes on the vine / When she sees the wine colored roses / They’ll tell her I’m still on the wine.”

7. “Good With Wine” by Eric Paslay

“I used to drink my whiskey, careless, fast and dark / Went good with lonely underneath the crooked star.”

8. “hole in the bottle” by Kelsea Ballerini

“There’s a hole in the bottle leakin’ all this wine / It’s already empty, it ain’t even suppertime.”

9. “Strawberry Wine” by Deana Carter

“Like strawberry wine and seventeen / The hot July moon saw everything / My first taste of love, oh bittersweet.”

10. “Melva’s Wine” by Johnny Cash

“Every year about this time / The air is sweet as Melva’s wine / And I sip her wine and I listen to the robin sings / And the river runs through Kingston Springs.”

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