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Christmas Wine : Winc

Today on the blog, I am showing you guys how to add a pretty touch to a glass of white wine. It's so easy and achievable, it just takes three easy steps! Click to ready more! 


Last weekend, we hosted a sibling Christmas at our place.  We cooked lots of food and stocked our bar with lots of wine thanks to Winc. It was seriously the perfect get together. I love entertaining and hosting, to be honest its one of my favorite things, what I live for. (don't tell chris that.... although he probably already knows considering the amount that I spend at Homegoods) .

So the siblings were coming over for our FIRST annual sibling christmas, I was excited we were finally hosting.. sooooo I decided to pull out all the bells and whistles.  Well I pulled out the wine we had but the Martha Stewart in me said we needed more! (Chris totally begged to differ) .  So I thought what can I do to turn this casual glass of white wine into a Christmasy white wine.
 Well, I do like my white wine extra chilled, nice and cold. So,  I thought it would be fun to to add a pretty, festive touch to the Ice cubes. I bought a bag of fresh cranberries, fresh rosemary and a scilicone mold ice tray . I filled the tray up with water, threw some cranberries in, some rosemary and After 24 hours in the freezer,  They were done. I popped them into a pitcher, filled the pitcher with my favorite white wine from Winc and it was that easy! 

I also left some ice cubes out to put in each individual glass before filling. I think these added the perfect pretty touch to the party.  This is so effortless and it takes a few minutes to complete and I promise you, your guest will love this ! 

In case you are in the need of wine for your holiday parties, you can sign up with Winc  and receive a $22 discount and complimentary shipping (that's 4 bottles of wine for $40). Use code "HerNameIsSylvia".

Photos courtesy of : The Fox & The Hare Photography

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