You gotta love search engines! All ya gotta do is type in ‘Halloween’ and ‘wine’ and look what you get.
Considering how may bottles of wine we go through in a month, I think I’ll make these this weekend.
There are a few more in 5 Spooktacular Wine Bottle Crafts in Woman’s Day magazine worth checking out.
Ghostly candle holders is a great way to scare people away from MY wine.
These are fun from PersonalizationMall.com.
The Poison label would also work for me.
Another great way to stop people from drinking MY wine.
Time Magazine republished the article 7 Wines to Pair With Your Favorite Halloween Candy from Food & Wine.
What I want to know is why some candy pairs better with more expensive wines?
Seriously, I’d expect Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups to pair best with Boones Farms Strawberry Hill wine for under $4.
Sour Patch Kids and 2012 Hogue Late Harvest Riesling, Washington State ($9)
Laffy Taffy and 2013 Quady Electra Moscato, California ($11)
Butterfinger and Pellegrino Sweet Marsala, Italy ($13)
Nerds and Dr. L Sparkling Riesling, Germany ($13)
Mr. Goodbar and Sandeman Tawny Port, Portugal ($15)
Nestle Crunch and 2012 Dashe Late Harvest Zinfandel, Dry Creek Valley ($24)
Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and Emilio Lustau Solera Sherry, Spain ($37)
Back to the DIY projects, this is pretty cool, posted by one of my favorite winemakers, La Crema.
Unless you’re Blaze and then you’ll probably prefer the one below.