It’s always hoot o’clock somewhere. Wine flies when you’re having fun. A bird in the hand is worth two wines in the glass. Isn’t that how all those sayings go? Oh well, who cares? It’s Friday!
Check out this Owl Clock Wine Stopper. The little guy sits atop your bottle of wine and keeps track of the proceedings with his working clock. Don’t worry, though, if things get too feisty, he can always turn his head (270 degrees) away.
December 13, 2013 No Comments
Phew, TGIF! Time to tie one on!
August 2, 2013 No Comments
Mixing alcohol is a well known way to head straight for a hangover. Mixing vices? Well, that’s another story! Gambling and drinking and general carousing all go together perfectly. The only problem is remembering what happened.
Luckily — that is if you believe in Lady Luck, which you probably do if you are checking out this Slot Machine Cork Cage — there is a way to help wine drinkers keep it all together. Just open a bottle, finish it off and toss the cork into the cork cage display. When it comes time to recall a memory, pull the working slot machine arm and see what you get. If you get lucky (or maybe not depending on your perspective) you’ll remember the night in question. Ka-ching!
March 1, 2013 No Comments
The holidays are all about family, friends and food. And of course, wine. Sharing a bottle (or three) with family and friends over food is a fine way to finish the year. But if your gathering can’t finish the bottle, don’t let it go to waste. Let the Chef’s Red Pot Wine Bottle Stopper seal in that holiday spirit. Or wine as the case may be.
December 18, 2012 No Comments
Here come the holidays! You know what that means…. drinking! This Party Pack of 12 WineStraws will get you through the festivities with a bright smile. What the heck is a WineStraw, one might ask. So glad you asked. A WineStraw is a wine straw; that is all.
Look at it this way: now you can have something to talk awkwardly with your relatives about. And it won’t be because of your wine lips! Cheers!
December 11, 2012 No Comments
Where do they come from? Those little pesky bugs that appear out of thin air the moment a bottle of wine is opened. It’s like they have a little wine radar and come flying in from miles around as soon as a cork is popped.
The Wine Veils say no more!
The wine accessory simply drapes over a filled wine glass (or an empty one for that matter, if for some reason one was so inclined) and four small silver charms hold it in place. The cover acts as a bug guard, leaving the poor little critters sober and left out in the cold.
And the bugs? Well, they can just go back to being invisible — and hopefully stay that way!
October 19, 2012 No Comments