The older I get (and I’m not that old – or at least, that’s what I tell myself), the more I appreciate a nice bottle of wine. I mean, I WISH I had always appreciated nice wine, but the truth is, until recently, it was all kind of the same to me. I pretty much liked it all.
This post was sponsored on behalf of The Seeker Wines via One2One Network. They sent me wine, y’all. I’ve officially found my calling! All opinions are my own. Be sure to get your own free printable gift tags for wine below!
(And I still do…I don’t often turn down a glass of wine! But when I buy it for myself or as a gift, I am starting to have standards – although I still take the name and the label into consideration as serious purchasing factors. Ha!).
I love trying new wines, and The Seeker wines were no exception. Charles and I had a dinner date planned at our favorite little Greek restaurant, which is conveniently BYOB (BYOW?). So we grabbed a bottle and headed out to dinner to celebrate the end of summer and what is hopefully a busy Fall season for our business.
We brought the Malbec because red wine knows my soul.
I’m still learning to love white wine, but it’s growing on me (quickly) as I find some that I like.
The Seeker Malbec from Argentina was amazing. Probably the best Malbec I have had in a long, long time, actually.
The Seeker is a lively line of wines from around the world. They are a disctinctly and carefully curated collection of wines from around the world, collected from where they grow best. Each wine is crafted by a different family winery.
It’s also a globally conscious company, dedicated to leaving a small carbon footprint by using lighweigt glass and recyled and recyclable materials whenever possible. They also find winemakers committed to sustainable wine making.
Also – and I know this shouldn’t matter, but it totally does – how about their labels?! They are whimsical and fun (inspiring, even).
With everything there is to love about The Seeker wines, I know that I’m not the only one who would enjoy them. They would make the perfect gift (holidays! birthdays! housewarming!), and inspired by the fun labels, I made these cute printable gift tags for wine so you could turn a bottle of wine into a fun gift, too.
Download your own printable gift tag for wine below!
I recommend printing on a heavy card stock. Use a hole punch to punch your hole right below the little banner. Any ribbon will do (I really wanted to use gold, but didn’t have any around the house). Red makes this particularly festive – perfect for a holiday gift!
I’d love to hear about your favorite wine – are you a Malbec lover, too? Let me know below!