Entries tagged with “Gifts”

  • November 19, 2014

    We've been scouring the internet for gift ideas for wine lovers. Here are our top five gifts we have found so far and they are all under $100. CORKCICLE Chill, aerate, and pour your wine using the CORKCICLE. Seriously people, stop... Continue Reading...

  • March 26, 2015

    I am addicted to two things right now: vintage storage (boxes, trays, you name it...) and wine - obviously. My go-to shop for vintage home items is 3:17 Vintage in Afton, MN and my bank account would suggest I spend too... Continue Reading...

  • November 28, 2014

    All purpose wine glasses are a great gift for the beginner wine enthusiast or for someone who never drinks wine. I bought a 4-pack for my cousin for Christmas this year and found them at Target for $5.99. He just closed... Continue Reading...

  • December 31, 2014

    This Christmas I made my mom and aunts some Green Bay Packer wine glasses. They are die-hard Packer fans and far from ordinary (I mean that in a good way) so they each deserve a pretty glass to use while... Continue Reading...

  • April 1, 2015

    Our final stop before heading to Swirl Wine Bar in Afton, MN was Eye Candy REfind. This new vintage boutique opened up in late December and we can't believe it took us this long to check it out! They offer... Continue Reading...

  • November 23, 2014

    November 29 is Small Business Saturday. Be sure to shop local and support small businesses in your area this Saturday and all throughout this holiday season. This year, we went shopping and picked up a Minnesota shaped metal sign from Carver... Continue Reading...

  • April 23, 2015

    We are excited to share Wild Woods design studio with all of the wine lovers out there. As you can probably tell, we love our wine related furniture and wine products as much as we love our wine. And this... Continue Reading...

  • December 22, 2014

    The temperature somehow reached 50 degrees this past weekend, which motivated us to cram a quick visit to Wollersheim into our busy schedule. A few construction workers and some large machinery greeted us. We know, that sounds like a terrible experience... Continue Reading...