Enhance the Sipping Experience With Quality Aerators and Pourers​

Wine should never move directly from bottle to glass. To maximize its flavor, aroma, body and beyond, invest in quality wine aerators or wine pourers. Among the many other available decanting tools, these treasures are sure to provide an unforgettable wine tasting experience.

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Plan In Advance for Wine Refrigerator Season

It is winter. It is cold outside. Yes? The best time to put in a wine refrigeration system is when it is very cold outside so you can beat the rush season of wine refrigerator sales. Don’t procrastinate!  Order your wine refrigerator now so that you can enjoy it during the hot temperatures that are soon to come.

Let us check in with our favorite clients that live in an area where in the winter is it cold, but in the summer it is very hot.

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Wine Tables and Racks for Glassware and Bottle Storage

Wine should be served and enjoyed on meticulously crafted wine furnishings. This has pushed designers into crafting elegant home wine rack furniture to wine bar furniture that is perfect for the occasion.

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Travel with Wine Bottles in a Suitcase

Whether you’re a wine professional or simply a person who enjoys having a great selection of fine wine, being able to securely transport your wine is extremely important. The following products provide a safe yet stylish way to travel with wine. 

 Best Wine Suitcases for Travelling


What is the Best Way to Transport Wine?

The WineCruzer 12 bottle wine suitcase with wheels is the best way to transport wine. It works for those who enjoy quality wine as well as individuals who work professionally in the wine trade. The solid black exterior provides protection from vibrations and impact. The carrier features thermal insulation with a cell foam interior. Not only are the bottles protected, but the interior of the WineCruzer keeps the bottles at placement temperature for approximately six to eight hours.

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Great Gift Ideas for the Craft Beer Lover


Beer lover’s rejoice!  The beer culture in America is growing at tremendous speed. The Brewery Association now reports more than 4,100 craft breweries and beer pubs across the nation. That is the highest number of craft beerhouses since the late 1800’s.


Great Gifts for Craft Beer Lovers


Offering a local taste of beer culture in virtually every community across the nation, craft beer is an art form that today’s beer lover understands.

With that in mind, it makes sense to think about beer gifts to buy the beer lover in your life that he (or she) will appreciate.



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Get Ready to Pop Some Corks: A Timeless Gift For Your Corporate Clients & Employees

Corporate gifting can be tedious and uninspiring, but there’s no doubt it’s an effective marketing tool and surefire way to impress clients. If you’re looking for a personalized gift idea that won’t end up at the bottom of a junk drawer, a new line of classic wine corkscrews has recently launched—with an exciting twist. An ideal choice for employees, customers, big buyers, and beyond, the waiter’s wine opener with personalized case is a practical present that’ll have recipients itching to pop their favorite white or red variety.


Do More Than Wine and Dine Them

In a market overrun by bad food baskets and boring pens, your classic waiter’s corkscrew with optional
customized case offers traditional function with a dash of modern flair. The gorgeous tool is slim enough to fit in your pocket but features handcrafted durability for years of dependable use. A long time choice of the world’s top sommeliers, the opener’s waiter style design ensures optimal precision and ease. But beyond its utilitarian construction, what makes this gift the perfect promotional weapon?

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Give Dad a “Neat” Father’s Day Surprise With a Quality Whiskey Gift

As an old Irish proverb says, “What whiskey will not cure, there is no cure for.” In the spirit of health, happiness, and all things amazing, give the perfect whiskey-inspired present for Dad this Father’s Day. Whether Pop has the taste for a delectably aged scotch, or simply loves drinking beers in his man cave bar, our collection of whiskey barrel signs, personalized glasses, whiskey making kits, and gorgeous decanters will add a sophisticated touch this holiday. Browse our vast offerings, including our fun but classy whiskey home décor, drinking vessels, and do-it-yourself bootlegger aging supplies.

Whiskey Gifts for Dad  








What is the perfect Father’s Day gift?

Well, if Dad has a flair for all things nostalgic and refined, look no further than our vast selection of whiskey bar- and glassware. Scotch-lovers can choose from tons of quality tumblers with beautifully etched designs. Or, for a really special touch, opt for a set of personalized whiskey glasses with the family name or Dad’s monogram. From cognac snifters and scotch tumblers to highball and old-fashioned glasses, Dad will love stocking his beloved bar. Read more »

Wine in the Skies: Traveling Connoisseurs Celebrate the VinGardeValise Petite Debut

There’s nothing like a vacation centered upon everything wine. Whether traversing Europe or flying across country to the vineyards of sunny California, wine tours make an ideal escape for enthusiasts. But once the tastings end and you’re headed back to the real world, don’t you wish you could take a glass of paradise with you?

One of the Safest Way to Travel with Wine on Airplanes

Well, wine collectors have grappled with this question for decades. If you’re spending a bundle on global travel in pursuit of your favorite red and white varieties, you need a safe, reliable way to transport your precious goods back home.

How can I bring wine on a plane?

airplane_wine_luggageEnter the VinGardeValise and see current VinGardeValise coupon codes in our website banner ads. This hard-shelled wine suitcase (yes, wine) revolutionized airplane wine travel. The heavy-duty TSA-compliant valise looks and acts like an ordinary spinner-style suitcase. But when you open it up, the model features custom foam inserts that snugly protect up to 12 of your various bottles. Best of all, travelers can totally remove the wine cavities and convert the product into typical luggage for clothes, accessories, and more.

While the VinGardeValise02 remains wildly popular, the brand is now offering a smaller, more discreet model to meet the diverse needs of wine travelers.

What is the VinGardeValise Petite wine suitcase?

This new version of the original wine spinner suitcase makes journeying with wine much more convenient. With smaller dimensions than its parent model, the VinGardeValise Petite Ultimate Wine Carrier meets the standards for most airlines’ carry-on rule. The durable carrier includes the following features: Read more »

Govino Introduces New Dishwasher-Safe Line of Popular Glassware

GoVino, a leading glassware company, is pleased to announce that dishwasher safe versions of their sought-after glassware collection will soon hit shelves in response to customer demand. Customers can expect the same options and the same quality with the added convenience provided by the use of top rack dishwasher safe materials.

GoVino has developed and manufactured dishwasher-safe options of their 16 ounce wine glass, 12 ounce cocktail glass, 8 ounce flute, 16 ounce beer glass, and 28 ounce decanter without sacrificing the quality customers have come to expect. Like the classic series, this line of glasses is shatterproof, recyclable, and made in the United States. The design features customers love have not changed; the GoVino dishwasher safe glasses are ultra-thin, flexible, crystal clear, BPA-free, and notched for easy handling. GoVino’s unique starter promotes simplicity and convenience by featuring a variety of glasses to ensure first-time customers have everything they need to host any event in style.

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Discover the Joys of Wine Journaling

Wine journaling is a long-standing tradition among enthusiasts and newcomers alike. It is a fun and permanent way to record your experiences with a particular wine. (Which makes wine journals a fabulous gift.) Journals also make a handy guide when it comes to buying, because who knows which vino you’ll like better than yourself?

Types of Wine Journal

There is likely a different type of journal for every person’s preference. There are small journals meant for tasting trips, large hardcover tomes meant to preserve a lifetime of experimentation, and everything in between. Here are some general tips for picking out the journal that is right for you.

  • Pocket Journals: These are usually smaller with more flexible covers and binding. They are typically carried in a shirt or pants pocket during tasting trips and tours. What they sacrifice in space and detail, they make up for in convenience. Many enthusiasts will transcribe their pocket journals into more elegant and sturdy journals after a trip.
  • Notebooks: This type is generally a little more sturdy with both soft and hardbound options. Some come with fun cover options like colorful plastic laminate or cork. They come in a range of different sizes and have some interesting cataloging charts to map everything from color, taste, and aromas. Many wine notebooks also contain a guide to pairings and general facts about particular wines to get the newcomer started.
  • Leather Journals and Dossiers: These are usually the high-end choice for the lifetime connoisseur. Large and hardbound, sometimes with intricate cover details, leather wine journals provides ample space for notation. Many have a special space to save wine labels, turning them into an elegant scrapbook and memoir. Dossiers are usually the more detailed in terms of recording methods, and often have a space to annotate wine cellar conditions as well as the wine itself.

A Word on Preserving Labels

Many private journalists like to save the labels of the wines they have enjoyed. There are many purported ways of doing this, though the methods may not be successful. Luckily, efficient wine label removers do exist. They are made from a specific type of adhesive that, when used properly, will lift the label from the bottle in one piece.

If you do not have a journal with room to display wine label removers, or perhaps just want to save the labels without journaling, you can find wine label albums. Much like flip-book photo albums we use to show off family pictures, these albums can be used to display favorite wine labels. They make a great addition to journaling and an interesting table book while entertaining.