SPY Wine Cooler is a sparkling wine drink with moderate alcohol content: made from a blend of grape wine and natural sparkling water. It comes in a variety of flavors: Classic, Red, White, Black and Gold. SPY Wine Cooler is the first contact to the wine category; currently the market leader in Thailand and South East Asia.
NEW!! SPY Moscato Gold
The latest premium wine cooler from popular Italian grapes.
Since the launch of the first export market in 1998, Siam Winery has grown its international business to 25 countries; including USA, United Kingdom, Germany, Japan and several in Asia. Continuous growth was recognized by the Prime Minister’s Export award in 2005.
Company: Siam WInery Brand: SPY Slogan: Color up your life Category: Alcohol, Ready to Drink Origin: Thailand Packaging: Bottle Alcohol Volume: 5% Variants: Mai Tai, Kamikaze, Screwdriver, Margarita Website: spycocktail.com
While nobody knows the true origin of White Mule Farms, one thing we know for sure: it was a name synonymous with bootlegging. Among those in the know, White Mule Farms was the secret knock, the special handshake, the insider wink, and if you knew, you knew. While some superstitious but otherwise honest folk went seeking the white stag, which sometimes meant good fortune, other more independent (and adventurous) types went looking for the much more reliable White Mule, which always meant good times.
Spodee was a Depression era hooch that mixed up homemade country wines with garden herbs, spices and moonshine. The resulting brew was then put into whatever containers they happened to have lying around, hence, the milk bottle. It may not be fancy pants, but it sure is tasty and best enjoyed ice cold!
Company: White Mule Farms Brand: Spodee Slogan: Wine with a kick Category: Alcohol, Ready to Drink Origin: USA Claims: Ready to Drink Packaging: 500ml Where to buy: Click Here Website: spodeewine.com
Red wine is considered a sophisticated drink of choice, but the stains it often leaves on teeth can make for awkward social situations.
To rectify this issue, a pharmaceutical company has come out with Wine Wipes, hydrogen peroxide wipes that claim to get rid of red stains, with an orange blossom flavor that keeps them from having a chemical aftertaste.
According to the beauty director at Refinery29, the wipes do indeed remove the redness, but they also have the not-so-party-friendly side effect of rubbing off lipstick in the process.
A lot of fun, light in alcohol (8%), cheerful hues, pretty musk and rose petal fragrances, creamy texture packed with bubbles and lively strawberry flavours.
Pale translucent pink
Fresh fruit aromas with strawberry and musk
Velvety and full with a persistent bead and fresh finish
We select fruit from vines with generous canopies allowing natural fruit ripening. The fruit is picked and gently pressed and the juice allowed to settle naturally before being filtered. The wine is cold fermented to retain fresh fruit characters.
Sia is an exciting new way to enjoy Moscato. Join the celebrations, and Sip Sia today.
Spontaneous – irresistibly surprising – right on the edge. Individual – challenges the norm – a true adventurer of style. Alluring – enticing, hypnotic – a captivating soul.
Sia is a deliciously refreshing way to enjoy Moscato. This cheeky Moscato
will surprise you and make your taste buds come alive. Sia Moscato keeps
things light and spritzy, with irresistible peach flavours and just the right amount of sweetness – you will be coming back for more.
Sia Pink Moscato will surprise you and offers a taste experience unlike any other. This delicate Pink Moscato displays sweet, strawberry-musk flavours with a gentle spritz giving a delightfully refreshing finish every time. Set the trend and Sip Sia today!
Company: De Bortoli Wines Brand: Sia Origin: Australia Category: Alcohol, Ready to Drink Claims: Ready to Drink Varieties: Sia Moscato, Sia Pink Moscato Packaging: Bottle Alcohol Volume: 8% Price: $24.99 x 6 pack Website: debortoli.com.au
We created a package design concept of wine COMON SAVA.
It comes from French greeting «Comment ça va» which sounds very similar to Russian word «sova» (owl) and altogether with «comon» it sounds like «come on sova» (which is literarily is come on owl!). These phonetic synonyms are perfect match because the main hero of this pack is owl by itself.
The trick is that normally tetra-pack wines are standing on lower store shelves and consumers have to look down to see it. And it is getting quite difficult to imagine these wonderful Italian landscapes and juicy grapes in your mind which are pictured on packs when you are looking at it from up to down!
Wine. Some like it hot, some like it cold, some like it in the pot nine days old don’t give a damn either way as long as it’s gonna get me drunk. Host Freeze Cooling Wine Glasses contain an inner cooling gel that keeps your vino at the appropriate temp for hours on end. That’s pretty cool! Like, literally cool, temperature-wise, but also cool like Fonzie cool. Ayyyyy, self-chilling wine glasses, step into my office!
Uncorking a bottle of wine can be tricky business. You have to be careful not to break the cork lest it get inside the bottle and ruin the contents. And if it’s a fancy schmancy bottle, getting air inside with the wine is not ideal. Cue the Coravin 1000 system. The $300 opener uses a thin needle to pierce the cork and lets you pour and drink without bothering to remove it. I know – it’s weird. Oxygen never gets in because the Coravin 1000 uses pressure to force wine out into the wine glass. Since the needle is so small, the cork seals itself after the needle is removed. It’s sort of like magic. That’s what you can tell your friends the first time you use it in front of them.
Let’s just say that durian isn’t the most popular fruit, thanks to its pungent smell, described by the poetic Anthony Bourdain as the smell “if you’d been French-kissing your dead grandmother.”
So while some people might hate it, others love it, enough to try and turn it into wine.
Reuters reports that scientists in Singapore have figured out how to turn the smelly, sweet fruit into wine, scooping out the pulp to ferment it into a clear white wine.
The process? They scoop out the pulpy flesh, blend it into a liquid, and then add water to ferment the liquid. The resulting wine is sweet with 6 percent alcohol, relatively low for a wine.
Researchers hope that the wine will appeal to both durian lovers and haters, since, “after the fermentation, the pungent smell, the repulsive smell of durian is reduced,” one of the scientists say. Plus, who wouldn’t be curious to try a wine made from a fruit that’s been banned on planes?