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By Alison Chew
Sip & Savor
Sip & Savor, by American Vintners out of Monterey County, CA, brings you quarterly wine subscription as well as unique wine gifts filled with premium California wine to help you create lasting memories all year long. Some of the unique wine gifts that we’ve seen include the Wine & Kisses Valentine’s Wine Box (more on that below), several Christmas Wine Advent Calendars, and a super fun New Year’s Bubbly Box. More on the Sip & Savor Wine Advent Calendars and New Year’s Bubbly Box here.
Read on for more details on the Wine & Kisses Valentine’s wine box by Sip & Savor.
This year, Sip & Savor has created a wonderful Wine & Kisses Valentine’s Wine box filled with 12 -187 ml. bottles of premium Smooch California Wine. You will receive 3 of each of the following wine -Rose, Cabernet Sauvignon, Red Blend, and Pinot Noir in a Valentine’s-themed box.
More on each wine below:
Rose: “Grapes kissed by the California sun transformed into a delicate and refreshing Rose wine. The taste of summer in a glass to be shared with the ones you love.”
Pinot Noir: “Grapes kissed by the California sun and harvested at just the right moment create this elegantly structured and wonderfully balanced wine.”
Red Blend: “Red wine varietals blended from grapes kissed by the California sun. Flavorful, smooth, aromatic and drinkable for any occasion.”
Cabernet Sauvignon: “Cabernet Sauvignon grapes kissed by the California sun are transformed into a full bodied, robust wine with rich, dark fruit notes.”
This Wine & Kisses Valentine’s Wine box is $54.99 with FREE shipping (use code MEALFINDS5 for $5 OFF). Quantities are extremely limited.
Please note: This product ships to the following states: AZ, CA, FL, GA, MO, NC, NV, NY, PA, TX, and VA.
And with every box sold, Sip & Savor will spread the love and provide 100 meals to feed shelter animals.
There are so many ways to enjoy this Valentine’s Wine Box by Sip & Savor! Here are some ideas:
A Valentine Weekend With Your Love: Spend the weekend at home, cooking dinner or ordering out, watching movies or playing board games, and enjoy 3 bottles of Sip & Savor wine each night with your special someone.
Valentine’s With Your BFF’s: Gather up your besties, several boxes of chocolate, and your Valentine’s Wine box for a night of catching up and lots of laughs.
Workplace Valentines: Remember bringing Valentines to school when you were younger? Why not update this tradition by bringing in Wine Valentines for your co-workers? Slap a little heart-shaped card to each bottle and you will be the new office hero!
Wine & Kisses Valentine’s Wine Box by Sip & Savor: Bottom Line
We LOVE this adorable Wine & Kisses Valentine’s Wine Box by Sip & Savor. Not only does the packaging scream love and Valentine’s Day, but the wine tastes good. My favorite is the Cabernet Sauvignon as I enjoy a more full-bodied red followed closely by the Red Blend and Pinot Noir. The Rose is a wonderful addition to the red wine in this box as it is lighter and sweeter than the others. And while this wine isn’t the fanciest, it surely is the most fun! Enjoy it with loved ones or send it as a gift to spread the love this Valentine’s Day.
Looking for Valentine’s Day movie ideas? We’ve rounded up our favorite romance and romantic comedy movies perfect for a night alone, a night with your BFFs, or a night with your main squeeze. (And of course wine!)
How did Valentine’s day start? Was it always a day for love and admiration? Not quite…
There are actually a few different versions of how Valentine’s Day came to be. The first account begins with the Roman festival of Lupercalia which was held in February. The main reason for the festival was to celebrate the coming of spring. However, this also included a lottery that paired men and women together. Not so romantic! At the end of the 5th century, Pope Gelasius I replace the festival of Lupercalia with St. Valentine’s Day and declared it a day of romance.
A different version of Valentine’s Day history claims that St. Valentine of Terni defied the emperor’s orders of sending men into war. He would marry couples in order to help spare the men from going to war, as married men did not need to fight. Love wins!
Formal Valentine’s messages first appeared in the 1500s and by the mid-1800s, Valentine’s cards were being printed in mass. Valentine’s cards often had an image of cupid, the Roman god of love. Bird also became a common symbol on Valentine’s Day cards wince February happened to be avian mating season. Flowers, candy, and roses became a part of Valentine’s Day as symbols of love and beauty.
Many countries celebrate Valentine’s Day including the United States. Canada, Australia, Mexica, France, and even South Korea. Everyone loves to celebrate love! While everyone may participate in Valentine’s Day differently, the sentiment is the same regardless of where you live.