Tell us your favorite Holiday Wine Tip and enter to win a Wine.com Gift Certificate

2 glassesOver the holiday season, Wine.com shares great deals everyday with our Deal of the Day. We also like to also include a helpful holiday wine tip to share with our Tip of the Day through our blog. This year, we need your help! We’re looking for some great holiday wine tips to share. Have a great way to cool down a bottle of wine fast? How about great ways to mark glassware when you have multiple guests? Tell us your best holiday wine tip and earn a chance to win a Wine.com gift certificate!

Here’s how it works:

– Tell us your favorite Holiday Wine Tip (see our tips from last year to make sure it has not been suggested before) by posting the tip in the comment section of this blog post or on our Facebook page.

– We’ll choose the best five, original tips and feature them on our blog the week of December 13th. In addition, each winner will receive a $25 gift certificate from Wine.com.

– If we choose a tip suggested by more than one person, the person that entered the tip first, based on time stamps from the blog and Facebook page, will be considered.

– We will contact the winner via e-mail or by message on facebook, so make sure if you enter a comment you include a valid e-mail address so that we may contact you.

– Contest ends midnight Pacific Time on Tuesday, November 23rd, and winners will be announced on the blog on Wednesday, November 24th.

Cheers!

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4 thoughts on “Tell us your favorite Holiday Wine Tip and enter to win a Wine.com Gift Certificate”

  1. My tip? Drink what you like and don’t worry about all the "RULES" – in fact, break the rules and drink a nice big red with your Christmas turkey!

  2. Keep large, metal spoons in the freezer at all times. Stir individual wine servings with a cold spoon to instantly cool the wine’s temperature. This serves the same purpose as adding an ice cube, but won’t dilute the vino!

  3. Always carry a corkscrew with you if you are taking wine somewhere for consumption away from home. WE keep one in the glove box. I can’t tell you how many times we have gone to a party with a bottle to find that the host or the facilities doesn’t have one.

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