The Latest Trend Mini Wine Bottles

Protected by Copyscape Unique Content Check
Published: 25th November 2010
Views: N/A

The newest trend is miniature wine bottles. Wineries are hoping to expand business by offering new, sample-sized bottle kits that aim to recreate the tasting room experience in one's home. The customer reads the tasting notes and then samples the wine without having to spring for a full bottle of untasted wine.

A player in the small-is-big trend is San Francisco-based Crushpad, the do-it-yourself winery where individuals can select fruit and supervise the making of small batches of wine to get the vintner experience without the farming headaches (and sizable capital investment).

Likewise, The located in Idaho sells miniature bottles of wine that are 1.25 inches. A six pack is currently selling for $2.49.

Australia's Black Swan Vineyards has also entered into this developing business. The wine company sells convenient bottles of its signature Australian Shiraz and Chardonnay. The easy-to-carry, portable bottles hold approximately a glass and a half of wine and are sold in a handy pack of four. Available at wine retailers throughout the U.S., the new Black Swan mini wine bottles are ready for any adventure

These unique items are also becoming more and more popular for bridal showers, baby showers, birthdays, graduations, anniversaries, corporate events, special occasions and holidays of any kind.

Why not make your wedding favor a unique and special one with wine bottle favors. Online retailers offer a variety of mini (187ml) champagne and wine bottles as well as personalized labels are the perfect way to do just that.

For example, Diamond Hill Vineyards Wine wedding favor offers a cork finished, 187 ml clear champagne bottle of our winery's very popular River Valley White wine. Comes complete with a gold or silver hot stamp surrounding the label and matching foil capsul.

Find the mini wine bottle deals at

This article is copyright

Report this article Ask About This Article

More to Explore