More on that to come in a minute. But first, have you ever visited a winery before? I hadn't. Amanda and I decided that while we were in Virginia we would stop at one of the many wineries we passed along the way. We happened to choose West Wind Farm Vineyard and Winery in Max Meadows. It was amazing.
The employee we met there (I forgot to ask his name because I'm a mean person) lived in Columbia for a while so it was fun comparing notes and talking about local hangouts. We tasted a few different wines and then went outside to eat our lunch on a blanket under a shady tree. We each bought our favorite bottles, Amanda's was the sweet Galena Creek Blackberry and mine was the Cabernet Sauvignon. This post isn't sponsored in any way, it was just that awesome I wanted to share. And the view? I'll let it speak for itself...
There are a few different sets to choose from: Summer Fun, Southern Charm, Nature Lover, Columbia/USC, or Clemson University. There may or may not have been a slight South Carolina theme while I was making these...
To use them, just slip the wire around the stem of a wine glass. The wire is thick but malleable to it's easy to adjust them to the size needed.
A BIG thank you to all who have been reading and all who will be joining! Entering to win is simple: just use the Rafflecopter box below to enter your name and email (so I know how to contact the winners, nothing else-promise!). There are 3 different ways to enter: leaving a comment here saying hello and which set you would want, liking BTCC on Facebook, or following on Twitter @BeyondCookieCut. For each action you earn an additional entry. If you're already following along on Facebook or Twitter, just fill in the empty spaces asked for and you'll get an entry. I plan to give away 2 sets, but if there's an exciting response I just may be tempted to give a few more. The giveaway starts today and will be open until next Friday, July 19th. I'll contact the winners within 48 hours of closing to confirm.
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PS. The backs look like this, although caps used are a little different in each set. I like to think it makes them reversible.