During the holiday season, it's hard to not give a bottle of wine or liquor as a last minute gift. I've already done it once and will most likely do it again in the next couple of weeks. While I prefer to make the bottle look like a pretty present, these knitted clothes that personify the alcohol bottle kind of creep me out. Wine doesn't need to be kept warm and gin doesn't need to look like Santa Claus. As far as I'm concerned wine bottle clothes or accessories are a waste of money. How do you feel about them?
Last week, I told you about DearSugar's search for a wine cooler to give at Christmas. She always gives me wonderful advice, so I agreed to research wine refrigerators. I asked you to help Dear and me by hunting for an extraordinary wine cooler. You looked for fridges that have dual-temperature settings, can hold more than 30 bottles, and are free standing and attractive. You saved the wine fridges in the Yum Market on TeamSugar with the keyword tag Wine Cooler.
The fridge that Dear plans on purchasing is one that both gruaig_rua and emalove discovered. This wine cooler holds up to 50 bottles, is totally freestanding, and has chrome, pullout shelves. Thanks ladies! For more options browse through below.
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Everyone knows someone who is totally wacko about wine. They refuse to drink two buck chuck and know the difference between Barossas and Barolos. Wondering what to get in-the-know winos for the holidays? Don't give them wine — it'll be too difficult to pick something out for them — but instead give them a wine tool or accessory.
Wine coasters make excellent stocking stuffers and will protect the snob's counter surfaces from Sangiovese stains. To really impress, indulge her with a professional wine essences kit. Learning the subtle aroma of each wine will elevate her snobbery to the next level!
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