On Line Stores
Wine Enthusiast is
based in New York State and bills themselves as the world’s number one source
for wine accessories.
Designs On Wine is based in Whitby and specializes in wine related T shirts,
caps, visors, bibs and doormats.
Teasers is a wine game that can be played by played by beginners and experts
alike. Follow the link for details. For additional wine games, check
Wine Gift are based in Olympia, Washington and specialize in pewter or porcelain
wine bottle stoppers, cherub-like wine glass charms, and wine dragons crafted
out of Austrian or Czech crystal and semi-precious stones.
Wine Cellar Express Their primary
product is a magnetic wine coaster which speeds up the natural ageing process and reduces
the tannins in young wines in 30 minutes or less, making the wine "softer and silkier and unmasking luscious layers of fruit
flavours". They also sell Brix chocolate, Wine Out (a red wine
stain remover) and various accessories.
Wineskin is a product
that helps you to transport bottles safely and securely.
Wine Vine Imports have
a wide array of products including wine paintings and Tuscan wall art. resin
wall tiles, maps, posters and a whiskey barrel coffee
you need a red wine stain remover and lets face it, who doesn't, try this nifty
product from Evergreen
Labs, a privately held women-business enterprise, owned and operated
by a "mother-daughter-daughter" team out of Walla Walla, Washington.
Vino Winemaker specialize in custom wine labels and engraving. They are
located at 1750 Steeles Ave. West, Unit 7, Concord and can be reached at
905-760-2188 or by email
Noble of Davis University in California has developed a neat educational device
entitled the Aroma Wheel. It is a scientific approach
to flavour classification. Innovinum
is the exclusive Canadian distributor. The price is $6.10 plus taxes and shipping.
25 years ago, Jean Lenoir
invented his "Le Nez Du Vin" aroma kit containing 54 small scent
bottles as a means of educating wine lovers and improving their sense of smell.
Awakenings has a series of aroma kits which are primarily varietal based.
Alternatively, try the Wine
Cellar Express for its essences collections or The
Wine Aroma Dictionary - a pocket sized set of reusable and long lasting
"rub and sniff" aroma cards.
Here's a recap on Christmas gift ideas from various pages on this site: