These wine themed coasters, by Debby Lopata make fun gifts on their own or along with a bottle of wine. They’re also fun for your own self!
Sold individually or in sets of 4 (mix or match designs).
Holders also available in cherry wood or black metal.
BURNING RIVER BOUTIQUE WILL BE OPEN FROM 12-4 FOR THIS EVENT!
STOP IN TO THE SHOP EVEN IF YOU’RE NOT PART OF THE CHOCOLATE & WINE WALK.
These hand painted stemless wine glasses are the creation of Sheri Lawrence.
These wine glasses are slightly different, but with complimentary colors, and are sold individually ($20) or as a pair ($35).
For Sheri, these colors are reminiscent of the beach and the lake.
We’re ready with our wine infused brownies!
And for those of you who haven’t signed up for the walk, but are wine enthusiasts, we have a wide variety of wine related hand crafted items such as wine theme coasters, magnets, candles, and wine bottle covers.
Why should you be the only one who has fun at the Chocolate and Wine Walk – treat your dog too! Grateful Dog Bakery is in the spirit with these all natural and organic peanut butter wine glass and peanut butter/carob treats.
Have you ever found yourself on a picnic with a bottle of wine, but no opener? Then take off your shoe!
Yes, your shoe can be used to open that bottle of Cab or Merlot or Chardonnay or Pinot or Rosé or all the aforementioned, even works with blends. This is how it’s done:
- Remove shoe
- Take foil covering off the bottle to expose the top of the cork
- Insert bottle of wine into shoe with the bottom of the bottle taking the place of the heel of your foot and the neck of the bottle standing in for your leg
- Holding the bottle with one hand and the shoe with the other and using some muscle, repeatedly whack the bottom of your shoe against a tree until the cork has moved out enough that you can pull it the rest of the way out with your very own bare hands
- Pour the wine into glasses and enjoy! (or drink directly out of bottle if you forgot the glasses too)