GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Nov. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- WineCraze.com, a website designed to help wine country tourists discover new wines and wineries, will launch their inaugural online Holiday Gift Guide for Wine Lovers on Friday, November 28, the day after Thanksgiving. The Guide features items from boutique wineries and small wine-oriented companies that can't be found at local stores or malls. Many gifts are specially packaged or priced, and others are customizable with buyer's inscriptions or names. Gifts range in price from $16 to over $300, so there's something in every price range.
According to Chris Schwartz, WineCraze.com partner, "Our Gift Guide isn't the largest, but we have unusual items that are difficult to find. One of my favorite items is an apron embroidered with a 'Dinner is Poured' logo design featuring wine pouring into a glass. It comes in 12 colors and is ideal for entertaining. Another of my favorites is a pair of wooden sunglasses in black walnut or ebony wood. The glasses feature spring hinges, full UV400 polarized lenses and are laser-engraved on the side temples with 'Wine Country Explorer.' These cool glasses include a wooden gift box that can be engraved with the recipient's name, if customers desire it."
WineCraze.com offers two ways to search for winery content. There is a directory of over 1,100 destination wineries from all over North America, searchable alphabetically or by region. Users can also interact with a dynamic WineCraze map. Both search methods offer links to content-rich winery pages that include links to winery web sites, phone numbers and directions. Nearly all of the winery listing pages include videos of each winery and its grounds. In total, there are thousands of video clips to peruse. There's also a responsive, mobile version of WineCraze that provides directions while on the road.
Free listings are available for any destination winery that has invested in visitor amenities to attract wine tourists and has an interactive web site that sells and ships wine out of state. Winery membership details are posted on WineCraze.com.
For more information contact Email or call Chris Schwartz at (616) 460-6960 or Jack Woller at (616) 450-1675.