Tipping on Wine
If you order a very expensive bottle of wine (lets say over $300) do you tip as you would the rest of the meal. I normally tip 20%- on a $300 bottle that would be $60. My friend says that you don't leave a standard tip on the wine but i say you do.
What do you think?
Your friend is wrong. You tip on the total pre-tax amount.
Also, if you take a bottle of wine, you should tip on the cost of the wine and not just the corkage.
I disagree. Does the server spend any more time opening and serving a $140 bottle of wine than a $50 bottle? I can accept tipping in relation to the price of food (the higher the price, usually the higher the level of service and training, etc.), but not on wine.