Designed to help you keep track of your wine glass at an event, this cool invention lets you scribe your name in a bold and brilliant colour that wipes clean instantly with a soapy sponge. Just say no to unclaimed full glasses of wine.


Founded in 2010 by Jeannine Fradelizio, the world’s original wine writer pen is now in the hands of creative customers who are discovering dozens of new uses for this useful writer around the house, says Jeannine’s Okanagan-based daughter Renée Stewart.
“Wine Glass Writers are being used for marking canning jars, for enhancing shabby chic open shelving displays of containers for things like flour and sugar, to marking place settings at events directly on plate chargers, for putting to-do lists on bathroom mirrors and a million other uses,” says Renée.
The family-run business with an all-women staff is selling the Wine Glass Writer pens in seven different countries with a strong presence in British Columbia wine country. The Wall Street Journal Wine Accessories of the Year winning product is a washable, non-toxic marker that writes on glass and glazed ceramics was created as a solution to a common problem. “People forget where they left their wine glass or which wine charm they chose, but they don’t forget their name,” says Renée.
A special limited edition spring jewels collection sold in a three-pack is available now along with their original metallic three-pack and gift box editions and can be found locally at Garden Works, The Peoples Craft House, Tea and Weaves and at these wineries: 8th Generation, Summer Gate, Dirty Laundry, CedarCreek, Summerhill, 50th Parallel, Little Engine, St Hubertus, Intrigue, Gray Monk, Meyer Family Vineyards, Noble Ridge, Tinhorn Creek Vineyards, Noble Ridge, Road 13 and Church & State among other locations.
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~ Elaine Davidson