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Making Spirits Bright: How to Wrap a Wine Bottle

When you're bringing wine to friends, Food Network Magazine shows you how to make the bottle stand out.
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Upgrade a budget bottle with gold foil stickers: Use warm water and dish soap or oil to remove the label and glue, then let dry and stick on the letters.

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Use a paint pen (about $3 at craft stores) to write a message on the bottle—your friends will remember you when they drink it later.

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Give two gifts in one by wrapping the wine in a tea towel. Simply line up the cork with one edge of the towel, fold the excess fabric over the bottom of the bottle and roll. Secure with ribbon or twine.

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This Cheers Bottle Tote, made with the material used for wet suits, insulates wine for up to four hours. $15-17; builtny.com

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