Capabunga Wine Savers and Wineglass Markers

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Now that the holidays are over, and we’ve all gone back to work or to school, we may still be looking for the perfect gift===for OURSELVES! I know you got gift cards for Christmas. Those Visa, American Express, or countless other gift cards that you may have received could be put to good use on this new product from the folks at CapaBunga — the CapaBunga® Gift Set.

The Capabunga Gift Set

The Capabunga Gift Set

The Capabunga Gift Set  is the only gift set you’ll need to purchase for the wine lover – whether that is you, your friends, or for a co-worker. This wine storage and service kit is priced at just $29.95. It’s a wonderful gift set that will be used over and over. 

Each gift set includes:

Two CapaBunga® wine savers — This reusable silicone cap reseals a bottle of wine after you remove the cork. It’s made to resemble the bungs used to seal barrels during winemaking.  Remove the cork and re-seal the bottle; it is liquid tight and the open bottle can rest on its side or even upside down without leaking. Perfect for fitting in that fridge full of holiday goodies.

One CapaBubbles® champagne stopper — Keep your champagne popping for up to a week with this totally awesome champagne stopper.  Perfect for storing leftover bubbles after holiday parties, New Years Eve or any special occasion – even Friday nights! Great for those Sunday mimosas and brunches, too.

One set of six GlassWhere™ glass markers — These modern silicone wine glass identifiers tags cling to the glass so it does not slip off when you drink or clank against the glass when you swirl. You can write on, wipe off and reuse them. Perfect for every party. You can purchase the Capabunga Gift Set at Capabunga, Bed Bath and Beyond,, and many more websites. 

About Karen

Karen Eidson is telling the world way too much about her, whether they want to know it or not. She writes about her life of living full time in an RV, eating a gluten free diet, things she does for fun, and things that are important to her. She makes you look at photos of her grandchildren, talk about her husband's survival of oral cancer, and shows you things she has made. You know you want to look.

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