These pre-poured packaged wines from Stacked Wines are incredibly convenient and well designed. They are individual, sealed stacked glasses of wine that come in Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot and Pinot Grigio.
One more Halloween craft before it’s officially too late. If you have some left over wine bottles that you can spare, why not try making a couple of Halloween Wine Bottle Jack-o-Lanterns. This tutorial can also be adapted to make Christmas decorations.
The design doesn’t have to be limited to Jack-o-Lanterns either, you can make Frankenstein’s Monster and ghosts using green spray paint and a glass frosting kit.
* Let your imagination run wild with this step by step tutorial from Instructables
This wine and champagne bar called Mistral in Sao Paolo boasts “the best and most complete catalogue of wines in the country.” It is the new home of a wine company that is very popular with the locals, a reputation built over many years.
The raw space was long and narrow which Studio Arthur Casas used to great effect. Constructing a long narrow hallway with the wines displayed so shoppers can browse and purchase very easily.
On our journey into winter and the less flashy time in our gardens life span, it’s time for maintenance and cleaning, making sure your garden will look its best when Spring and Summer roll around next year.
Jason Fitzpatrick from Lifehacker shows us how to use wine bottles to make sure your borders are kept nice and neat. By using wine bottles you keep them out of the rubbish dump and lessens your impact on an already strained environment.
*So stock up on wine bottles and follow the instructions on Lifehacker, image via Grow Where You’re Planted
Wine is usually the best hostess gift when going to a stranger’s house. It sends the message that you drink wine, and know about wine, and expect your hosts to drink and be familiar with wine as well. That’s why you are friends with them, of course. But to make your gift of wine truly unique, how about giving them something that lets them play with the corks after the last drop of wine is drunk.
Corkers are little plastic shapes that allow you to transform wine corks from ordinary bits of rubbish, into animals and doing your little bit to recycle corks into something useful. [Read more...]