Press Release (ePRNews.com) - East Hanover, NJ - May 24, 2016 - Consumers struggling to find the perfect last-minute Father’s Day gift under $10 for Dad or Grandpa may want to consider a novelty wine!
Novelty wines and their fun labels make great gifts. For example, this Father’s Day, why not give dad a day off! Not the standard Saturday off when he works in the yard, coaches little league, or fixes things around the house. This is a well-deserved break where dad can sit back, kick off his shoes and be rewarded for the many things he does all year long. While dad is relaxing, he can drink a wine that he will really enjoy: Dad’s Day Off Chianti!
“Dad’s Day Off and First Rate Old Fart are terrific wines to gift Dad or Grandpa that will enhance their favorite meal on Father’s Day or any other day for that matter.”
Dad’s Day Off Chianti is a fresh, fruity, well-balanced wine with a suggested retail of $10.99. It is spicy and characteristic of wines from the Chianti region of Italy.
To make grandpa smile, consider gifting a bottle of First Rate Old Fart Red. This wine, a fruity blend of grape varietals from Italy, sells for a suggested retail price of $9.99. It has nice acidity, good balance, and mouth-watering fruit flavors. It is a great wine with food or just as an aperitif and it makes the perfect gift for the First-Rate Old Fart in your life!
“Dad’s Day Off and First Rate Old Fart are terrific wines to gift Dad or Grandpa that will enhance their favorite meal on Father’s Day or any other day for that matter,” said Mike Cincotta, father of three and president of Selective Wine Estates, Inc., importers and brand owners of Dad’s Day Off and First Rate Old Fart.
Cincotta recommends pairing the wines with red meats, pork and full-flavored pasta dishes. He also notes that all wine should be enjoyed responsibly and in moderation.
Dad’s Day Off and First Rate Old Fart are registered trademarks of Selective Wine Estates, Inc. For more information, please visit http://www.mommystimeoutwine.com or http://www.firstrateoldfart.com.
Selective Wine Estates