6 Ways To Spice Up Your Next Backyard Barbecue

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With Ecco Domani wines, we've been showcasing ways to class up three summer parties. Next up? The classic backyard barbecue. Warm weather is synonymous with outdoor BBQs, filled with family and friends, and it wouldn't feel right to just pull out the grimy grill and dining table from inside the house. Well, that's where we come in. Click ahead to see six so-chic ways to kick things up a notch, and get ready for the most stylish barbecue of the season.
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It's already sweltering outside, so why would you want to sweat cook in front of a fire on wheels? Instead of a grill, opt for a fire pit that'll earn you major style points and still get the job done. Your guests can take turns flipping veggie burgers, giving you more time to actually sit down to eat them, sip on a glass of Pinot Grigio, and play miniature bowling with adorable penguin-shaped pins. Fun in the sun never looked chicer than this — guaranteed.

Now, let's crack open the Ecco Domani wines and get the BBQ started!

Selamat Bronzewood Medium Tapas Dining Set, $2,906.25, available at Wayfair; Muji Penguin Skittles, $19.50, available at Muji; Ecco Domani Pinot Grigio 2011, $11.99, available at your local grocery or liquor store; UniFlame Square Slate Tile and Faux Wood Gas Fire Pit, $449.95, available at The Home Depot; Coach Bleecker Leather Wrapped Tivoli Radio, $348, available at Coach; Crate & Barrel Shindig Ice Bucket, $39.95, available at Crate & Barrel.