Cheap Wine Accessories -These are GREAT!!

Are you having trouble finding a gift for anyone? Well here’s an idea that will fit almost anyone, in almost any circumstance. Wine accessories are a fantastic gift for almost everyone! People that don’t drink wine most likely know someone who does, and they can re gift if necessary. Let’s take a look at some great ideas, shall we!!

Yeti Wine Tumblers

YES!! They are available here. For all the Yeti faithful, these Yeti Tumblers are sure to be a big hit for any lucky recipient. You can depend on them being top quality, and in this case they are beautiful and timeless. You can feel confident giving with any of these Yeti Wine Tumblers. Click here to explore the options and purchase. https://amzn.to/2D4dfKB https://amzn.to/2URIZfM

We all should keep in mind, that there are many Health benefits from drinking wine. It is important to remember there is a downside to drinking wine (any alcohol as well) and that is drinking too much. From a healthy perspective, you have some great things associated with drinking wine. The recommendation is a 4 ounce glass for women per day, and two 4 ounce glasses for men per day will do your body well. Red wine has more benefits than white wine. The health benefits of drinking wine with moderate consumption, defined by the American Heart Association. When drinking more than the stated amount per day, you can easily turn these benefits into dangers. One of the antioxidants found in wine is Resveratrol, which is known to have a beneficial effect. It is found in the skin of grapes, and that is where the red wine comes in because it has more than white wine. Once again, keep in mind, this benefit in only when drinking wine in moderation. Some long term benefits as outlined by Carissa Stanz writing for “wide open eats”


    In the battle against fighting off free radicals that cause terrible health problems such as cancer, wine could be your answer. Wine is full of antioxidants that attack free radicals when they come lurking around. When choosing your wine for antioxidants, go with white.

    A study done by the University of Barcelona scientists found that the phenols in white wine had equal, if not higher antioxidants, than those in red wine. This is interesting because wine drinkers commonly believe red wine provides the most health benefits in moderate amounts.


    While you probably shouldn’t stop taking your daily vitamins, drinking a glass of wine daily can give your immune system a boost. Moderate alcohol consumption can ward off infections and keep your immune system in check.

    Don’t get too carried away, though. Excessive consumption can lead to negative effects that defeat the whole purpose or drinking wine for an immunity boost.


    As we get older, our bones get more brittle. You could increase your calcium intake by drinking milk, or you can do yourself a real favor and sip on a relaxing glass of wine.

    Red wine has high levels of silicon, which is great for your bone mineral density. It increases the density and reduces the chance of osteoporosis. And like warm milk, it may help you doze off at night.


    Moderate consumption of wine – and alcohol in general – can prevent blood clotting. Wine acts as a natural blood thinner, breaking up any blood clots that could lead to a stroke. This lower risk of blood clotting is more beneficial to females than males.

    Red wine, in particular, contains phenols that act as a blood thinner in a similar regard to aspirin – and resveratrol is mostly to thank. A study done by John Hopkins University Medical Center found that resveratrol found in red grape skins could protect against stroke when the grapes were turned into wine.

    Beware, while light to moderate consumption may be good in preventing a stroke, heavy drinkers are more likely to have the opposite effect, resulting in a higher risk of heart attacks, not a lower risk. Like all good things in life, moderation is key.


    In the battle against heart disease, taking all necessary precautions is well worth it – especially when it involves wine. The tannins found in red wine contain procyanidins – phenols which neutralize free radicals – that have shown to be effective in preventing cardiovascular disease.

    According to WebMD, a study by researchers at the Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa tested the effects of red wine on the health of blood vessels. What they found after 21 consecutive days of consumption was that blood vessel cell health was enhanced, improving the flow of blood. This increases the health of the heart, lowering the risk of cardiovascular disease.

    So the lesson is, if you want a healthy heart, bite the bullet and drink a glass of wine. While the American Heart Association does not support drinking for nondrinkers or those at risk of alcoholism, those who already imbibe may continue light drinking for positive heart health.

    These gifts are good for anyone that is a wine drinker!

      NCAA Monogrammed Picnic/Wine Basket

      March Madness is over, and the Final Four Teams- Virginia, Texas Tech, Michigan State, and Auburn fans should all be interested in this one of a kind Basket. This is a great time of the year to start planning outdoors events, and this picnic basket will be a huge hit. Do you know any NCAA Basket ball fans? Click here https://amzn.to/2I7UKZP and you will find this fantastic Picnic/Wine Basket available to have you pick your favorite School Monogram to be added. This creates a truly unique gift, for that someone.


      How about this wine flask? OR how about should you be reaping the benefits of a wine flask. That’s a better question. The answer is — allowing the wine to breathe once it’s in the decanter will bring out the flavors. Upon removing your wine from it’s packaged state and is SLOWLY poured into your specially chosen decanter, oxygen is absorbed by the alcohol, permeates into the flavor and makes a smoother product. There is another benefit as well, and that is the sediment that is at the bottom of your bottle will spread out on the bottom of your decanter, and will reduce some bitterness. Click on this inexpensive flask and view other options for you to consider adding to your wine collection.


      Look at this 9 piece corkscrew wine opener combination. This one has everything you will need, and is compact to store easily.

      • Set includes a corkscrew wine opener, foil cutter, pourer, collar, stopper, thermometer and extra screw
      • Elegant, high quality wooden box makes this set the perfect gift for any wine lover. It is also a great gift idea for many events such as a wedding reception, housewarming, anniversary celebration, Christmas gift or garden party
      • Easy to use, ensures a quick and simple open of the bottle with practically no use of force. One simple motion required. Let the lever do all the work for you.
      • This beautiful wine accessories kit is built to last. The screw pull wine opener has durable soft grip handles and unique chrome plated finish
      • Combines all the necessary tools to open and serve a bottle of wine.


      This handy carrier will keep your wine safe during your travels.

      • Sleek and sophisticated wine and cheese tote – insulated to keep two bottles of wine or champagne at the perfect temperature – great for picnics – concerts – beach
      • Includes 2 glass wine glasses – napkins – corkscrew – bottle stopper – cheese knife – hardwood cutting board
      • Constructed with rugged 600 denier canvas and high density thermal insulation – adjustable shoulder strap
      • Padded center dividers to keep wine bottles from clanking – adjustable to accommodate snacks or a third bottle if the glasses are removed. Padded divider between glasses
      • Measures 13.75″ high x 10.5″ wide x 4″ deep – designed by Picnic at Ascot and assembled in USA – Lifetime Warranty

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