Moderate consumption of red wine on a regular basis may be a preventative against coronary disease and some forms of cancer.” Chemical components of red wines function as anti-oxidants, preventing free radicals from doing cellular damage. Other compounds help to “boost the immune system, block cancer formation, and possibly protect against heart disease and even prolong life.”
This information has shocked milk and tea drinkers the world round. However, with this information, there has been an increase in the consumption of wine by those who would have never considered it before. According to winebusiness.com, wine sales in the United States were higher in 2006 than ever before. The site also says that the sale of red wine in particular continues to surge. In order to tap into the trend, wine gifts have sprung up as a way to compete for many companies. Wine gifts are used to promote corporations, foundations and even events.
Wine gifts range from basic corkscrews to wine and cheese carriers. Wine gifts can be simple or extravagant. All gifts are easily engraved or printed upon in order to promote a business or foundation. Wine gifts are available in a variety of styles, colors and uses, which makes them ideal as promotional products to anyone a company is trying to reach.
Wine gifts can add a touch of class and fun to an otherwise boring promotional event. There are few better ways to reward a client with great taste than a wine gift. More extravagant wine gifts, such as a wine and cheese carrier, make great prizes during corporate events. After all, as any wine enthusiast will tell you, a wine drinker can never have too many ice buckets, corkscrews or glasses. The simplest wine gift can make anyone’s day a little brighter.
There are also few better ways to spread the word about the health benefits of red wine than with a gift that accessorizes it beautifully. Anyone who is interested in the benefits will be interested in consuming it. Sales numbers have shown that this information has contributed to the success of wine; why shouldn’t your company be a part of the phenomenon?