When a winery says, “Can we send you wine?” You don’t turn that down. Snoqualmie Vinyard did just that a while back and challenged me to make a fun craft with up-cycled wine corks. Oh have I got wine corks! Corks for days!
If you read the blog occasionally or follow me on Instagram or Twitter, you already know how much I love wine. I have such a big collection of wine corks I could make a few different crafts, but wanted to show you all my favorite one. A wine cork monogram.
You can complete this project with just a few supplies: corks, wooden letter, hot glue gun & glue, and spray paint (optional). It took around 20 minutes and looks so chic in our bar!
Have you heard of Snoqualmie Vinyard? I hadn’t before this project, but I am a big fan now. The Chardonnay is AMAZING. So smooth! I’m also a huge fan of their Cabernet Sauvignon. I can’t wait to try the Riesling, Merlot and more. Now that Easter is over, I’m debating making a pairing list for these wines with the various candy we have on hand. I think the Cabernet pairs delightfully with peanut butter cups already!
In addition to the great taste of their wine varietals, I’m also a big fan of their commitment to sustainability and how their Cabernet and Chardonnay are made with organic grapes!
Snoqualmie has been committed to sustainable and organic winemaking practices since 1983. Beginning in the vineyard and carrying through to the winery and our packaging, we believe that investing in these practices is the best way to highlight all the purity of fruit that mother nature intended.
disclosure: This is part of a compensated campaign with Snoqualmie wines. All opinions are my own.