Brick, NJ, November 03, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- With Christmas and all its delight right around the corner, Toast the Season has introduced a new festive way to adorn your wine bottles and add more Christmas spirit to your spirits. If you are looking for a unique gift idea or to make someone’s stocking sparkle, the new line of vibrantly fun holiday bottle covers are sure to please the wine lovers on your list.
“Tis the season to drink and be merry!” says Co-Founder Lara Gottlieb who added that free shipping makes it even merrier. “Give a reason to toast the season. And give a gift that nobody has and everyone can use. From our Ugly Christmas Sweater wine cover to our fun Santa’s Little Helper, Toast the Season wine covers are a great, unique gift idea!”
There are five festively fun designs in each pack: Ugly Christmas Sweater, Santa Putting the Merry in Christmas with wine, Santa’s Little Helper, Merry Christmas Lights and Santa and Rudolph Toasting in front of a Christmas Tree.
This year you can embellish the typical host/hostess bottle of wine gift and spread the holiday cheer by adding these fun covers. The wine will be the life of the party!
Gottlieb added, “Whether you are dressing up their favorite bottles of wine, creating a seasonal wine gift basket, or gifting Toast the Season for them to cover their own favorite bottles, these will put you in the Christmas spirit and allow you to show off your amazing holiday gift-giving skills.”
Each package, which sells for $19.95 on www.toasttheseason.com and Amazon.com, features a set of five bottle covers delightfully decorated with bold Christmas graphics that promise to spread a sleigh-full of cheer to the lucky recipient.
About Toast the Season
Toast the Season was created by Lara and Rena Gottlieb, two sisters who have a love of all things wine and Christmas. The brand new line follows their first product line of wine covers, Toast the Firsts (www.toastthefirsts.com), which was launched in 2014 and quickly named #1 Hot New Release on Amazon in Wine Accessory Sets. For more information, see www.toasttheseason.com.