People are looking for something different for their special someone on Valentine's Day. Handcrafted wine accessories are the ideal gift. They are practical, as well as aesthetically pleasing.
February 9, 2014 (Newswire) - Although buying gifts for a person always presents some sort of a challenge as you try to think of the perfect gift, Valentine's Day inflicts its own host of issues because of the seemingly narrow window of selections to choose from. Most people believe that there are only three categories to select: candy, flowers, and jewelry. What most people end up doing is picking one of each, year after year, and leaving both people with a lingering sense of disappointment - the buyer because they wished they had been more imaginative, and the recipient because, once again, they receive the same gifts.
Woodsy Wino, the internet's leading website for all things wine related, is helping to break open that tradition by introducing a fourth category: wine accessories. These accessories range from wine glass charms to handmade wine glass racks, as well as custom designed racks for bottles. The wine glass charms, some of which are specifically designed for stemless wine glasses, are made with such care and beauty that they can rival any jewelry that a person might have been thinking about instead.
The additional benefit for choosing wine accessories as a gift over the more traditional Valentine's Day gift ideas is that they are something that will be used continually over the years. Flowers die, chocolate gets eaten, and most jewelry is only worn on special occasions, but the wine accessories are ones that can be used over and over. The wine glass charms are perfect for when you are entertaining guests, and each one can have their own to mark their glass with. A wine glass rack will help give more space in your kitchen while also adding a touch of class. Best of all, when seen on a regular basis, they will continue to serve as a reminder of the love that you have for each other.
Jack Terry knows that wine accessories beat flowers and candy every day of the week.