A wine accessory that helps your guests enhance their creativity, sense of humour and their identity. Sound too good to be true? Its not. And we have packs of these Wine Glass Writers to give away to three lucky Toast readers
“Mostly it is loss that teaches us about the worth of things.”
German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer once said these wise words, which we think are very poignant. They also very aptly describe the sensation of losing your glass of wine when at a barbecue, Christmas party, wedding or… all of the above. It happens to the best of us.
But for wine lover and owner of Wine Glass Writer, Gina Hine, the frequent misplacement of wine glasses at functions and common questioning of “whose glass is whose?!” got all too much one day and she decided it was time to bring about change for vino sippers worldwide.
“After my glass was confiscated by a fellow party-goer, and I found myself getting busted for drinking out of someone else’s wine glass, I thought, this is ridiculous, there has to be better way to keep track of my glass...”
“And voila, Wine Glass Writer was born.”
Wine Glass Writers are pens invented to help keep glasses of wine with their beloved owners and to prevent abandoned glasses of wine being tipped down the sink at the end of the night. It seems like a bit of a no-brainer all of a sudden, doesn’t it?
The pens contain a special non-toxic ink that when dry, will not smudge but can also be easily wiped off with a soapy sponge. Wine drinkers can personalise their glass with their name and any design they like – meaning their glass is never lost and nor is their creativity or sense of humour.
Wine Glass Writers can be used on more than just wine glasses too – they’re fantastic for labelling goodies on a platter or personalising jarred gifts like homemade jams or preserves.
Toast has some packs of Wine Glass Writers to give away to three lucky readers this week. Click here to enter.