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Wine Basket Ideas




By Gina Yeoh

The early history of wine consumption in America was dominated by
immigrants whom were primarily Catholic, and of Central or Southern
European descent. The bulk of wine-drinking immigrants came from the
wine loving nations of France, Italy, Germany, and Spain. They descended
from cultural traditions that valued social wine consumption with the
evening meal.

Thinking of giving wine baskets as gifts to your friends? Wine baskets can
accommodate any occasion. It is up to your own creativity of how you
can make that perfect gift for your loved ones. Wine gift baskets are
great symbols of celebration and merriment. It also exudes a sense of
elegance and distinctiveness that is perfect for holiday celebrations like
Christmas, Valentines day, or Thanksgiving day. Here are some things that
will aid you with this matter. Learn the art of Wine Tasting

Post Honeymoon celebration

If you have a friend or family member that just got married and are about
to come home from their honeymoon, giving a wine basket is a great
idea. What a pleasant surprise it would be to find out that a wine basket
filled with an excellent bottle of wine, chocolate almonds, cheese as well
as crackers is waiting at the door step. It is a good symbolic gift that
expresses you wish for them to have a very happy and fruitful life as a
married couple.

Reminiscing old times

Do you have someone in mind that you rarely see? Don't let this situation
hamper your relationship with this person. Send a wine basket with a
theme that is close to both your hearts. Distance shouldn't hinder you
from remembering someone that you consider to be special in your life.

The early history of wine consumption in America was dominated by
immigrants whom were primarily Catholic, and of Central or Southern
European descent. The bulk of wine-drinking immigrants came from the
wine loving nations of France, Italy, Germany, and Spain.

Busy schedules

Are you always on the run and you feel that you no longer spend enough
time with your special someone? No matter how hectic you are right
now, spending a few minutes to send your partner a bottle of wine to
remind this person how much he or she means to you is a golden
opportunity to re-affirm your love.

Proud and fulfilled

Wine is a fitting way to express your pride and fulfillment over an
accomplishment or that of someone that is very dear to you. A great way
to celebrate the present and look toward the future with optimism and
resolve.

These are some of the themes that you can incorporate into your very
own design. Don't limit yourself to conventional ideas, use your
imagination and creativity to come up with something that is truly unique
and special. There is nothing better than giving a gift to someone special
that you designed yourself. That person will appreciate your gift all the
more since it is one of a kind and truly a labor of love on your part.

Using about a yard and a half of surgical rubber tubing or plastic tubing,
siphoning is a very simple operation. First, put the bottles or jars of wine
on a table and the empty bottles on a stool or box on the floor. Next,
put one end of the tubing in the first bottle of wine and suck the other
end of the tube until the wine comes; pinch the tube at your lips and -
holding on tight - put this end in the empty bottle and then let the wine
flow. As the level of the wine falls, lower the tube into it, being careful
not to let it touch the lees. When nearly all of the wine has been
transferred, pinch the tube at the neck of both bottles, put one end into
the next bottle and allow the wine to flow again.
 
 
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