There are a lot of products and items that Texas Wine Lover has used and seen over the years. We have done reviews of some of them including using them in our personal lives. As expected, some of them have been good and some have been bad. To help you save time, we will be showing you the good ones in the upcoming weeks.
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First up are some reviews we did where we really like the products.
If you do any traveling, whether it be in a train, plane, or automobile, you know you need to properly transport your wine because the last thing you want is a broken bottle when you arrive to your destination. The best wine suitcases out there are made by VinGardeValise. We have some of their wine suitcases in our shop along with some accessories. The review we did of the smaller wine suitcases still holds true today. One of these wine suitcases is a must need wine product!
If you are in Texas, you know you need to have proper storage for your precious wines to help with the heat. NewAir has proved to be a reliable wine cooler over the years. We have reviewed wine coolers from BODEGA and also different size wine coolers from NewAir. All wine coolers have proven to be very reliable.
The D’vine Wine Straw and Aerator is an interesting wine accessory. In the review, we had a special guest star demoing the product. The wine straw helps reduce teeth discoloration and aerate at the same time.
A number of wine books have been reviewed over the years. One of the most popular books which is more than a table book and an informative source of the world of wine is Wine from Grape to Glass.
Other popular books include Why You Like The Wines You Like: Changing the way the world thinks about wine (also meeting the author!), Wine for Dummies (you can never go wrong with a Dummies book), and Wine Folly: The Essential Guide to Wine.