After the vows the Officiant announces " We Now Shall Perform
the Wine Ceremony" The couple goes to the table and each
takes the individual carafe and pours some wine into the larger
carafe. The groom will pour red wine and the bride will pour
white wine, to create a blush or rose colored wine in the larger
carafe. The groom then takes the larger filled carafe with the
combined wine and pours some in a glass for the bride. The
bride then takes the Larger Carafe with the combined wines
and pours some into a glass for the Groom. He may now toast
his bride with, " Now Our Lives Are One" and drinks from the
glass she responds the same. They place the wineglass back
and face back to the officiant. Who states:

‘This Ceremony represents the two individual lives are now combined like the two
wines into one single life. The drinking of the combined wine signifies the
commitment you now make to live your lives as one family. May you remember this
day of commitment you have sealed with drinking of the new wine joining your lives
as one."

He may also announce that immediately after the service others may drink the new
wine of their commitment to one life if they so desire. Or Rose wine served at the
reception to mark this ceremony. Originally  a French wine country tradition in
joining two vineyard owners in marriage.
Wine Ceremony
"Making the World More Beautiful, Two Special People at a Time."