The Wall Street Journal Wine Accessories of the Year winning product was invented to help you keep track of your wine glass at a party. Wine Glass Writer’s work great for adding your moniker in fun metallics or colours. The ink goes on smoothly, sets quickly, and remains vibrant throughout the life of the party, until washing off effortlessly with a soapy sponge. Like any great invention customers have come up with their own unique ways to make the most out of these cool pens:
-Canners busy preserving summer’s bounty are using the pens to label the lids of their canning jars. No sticky labels to deal with when re-using the jars.
-A kombucha brewer is using Wine Writers to label the flavour on their bottles.
-Wine gifts can be noted with the gift giver’s name so a toast can be made when enjoying the bottle at a future date. Others use the pens to add tasting notes as they sample their scotch.
-To do lists, love notes, reminder prompts and bits of inspiration are being added to a lot of mirrors.
-One client uses his pens for marking tile cuts with no permanent reminders of the calculations left behind.
Wine Glass Writer markers can be found at Garage Princess Alley, Garden Works, Trellis and Vine Craft House, Legend Distilling, Tea and Weaves and in Osoyoos at Home Hardware and at these wineries: 8th Generation, Summer Gate, Nighthawk, CedarCreek, Summerhill, 50th Parallel, Little Engine, St Hubertus, Intrigue, Gray Monk, Noble Ridge, Tinhorn Creek Vineyards, Harper’s Trail and Road 13 among other locations.
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