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SEPTEMBER SPECIAL: Grape Harvest Celebration! Every wine related purchase receives a FREE PDF file of my wine scorecards. Throw a fun, lively and slighty irreverent wine tasting yourself! For details on my scorecards, see their listing at: http://www.etsy.com/listing/45838992/wine-tasting-party-scorecards-set-of-4
Celebrate the grape, toast the winemaker and nourish friendship by hosting a wine tasting. And we love the fun of a blind tasting. But the nectar of Dionysus is worthy of more than a brown paper sack.
These bottles bags are carefully crafted from a premium, all natural jute fabric (think burlap but with a tighter weave and more refined look) with a label (3.25” x 2.5”) of the most wonderful chalk cloth so you can ID the mystery bottles, address the gift recipient or post a seasonal message. Use chalk or Chalk Markers as I prefer, and yes, they wipe clean for use over and over again, the ultimate in living green and great!
Your bags will be shipped with 4 black herringbone weave ribbons to secure the necks, but certainly you may substitute your own ribbon that more closely matches your festivities. Or, if using as a centerpiece, just turn down the neck to your desired height and conceal those mass-produced bud vases we are all too familiar with.
If you are planning a larger gathering for a blind wine tasting, you might consider two sets so that you can have 2 bottles of the same wine, labelled alike of course. Add a set of my Chalkcloth stemware cozies and you have a delightful wedding or shower gift.
And here's a hint for your next blind tasting. Use letters to label your bottles , as it reduces the confusion when ranking. Although, there are times when a little comic crowd confusion just adds to the merriment; reminiscent of the classic "Who's on first" routine.
Approximately 11.50-inches tall and 3.50 inches in diameter, they are sized perfectly for wine bottles, but are great for disguising those very sad bud vases that mainstream florists insist on using and seem to mysteriously clone on our pantry shelves.
Of course, because I am very persnickety about construction, seams are serged and the base is understitched to assure a smooth bottom. After all, the plan is to taste the wine, not spill it.
If you would like to add a chalk marker, look for them listed in my “Extras” section.
I am happy to ship internationally, just convo me first to get a shipping quote.