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Artful Winemaker: Make Wine at Home with Full System Under $100

Perfect for gift givers and holiday entertainers, Artful Winemaker home winemaking system creates 12 bottles of quality wine in just 28 days

ST. CATHARINES, Ontario, Nov. 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Stuck in a holiday gift rut? Spread cheer with a unique DIY gift that enables recipients to make wine at home! The Artful Winemaker is an all-in-one countertop system that has everything needed to make 12 delicious bottles of wine in just 28 days, with no mess and no experience needed. Specially priced at only $99.99 plus free shipping for the 2012 holiday season, surprise wine, gadget and DIY lovers with an Artful Winemaker, available for purchase at www.ArtfulWinemaker.com

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Artful Winemaker is also a perfect holiday entertaining idea. Hosts can serve their very own special reserve wine during their next dinner party or holiday soiree, or add a personalized touch to party favors by creating customized gifts with personalized labels. New for 2012, the Artful Winemaker has launched the Label Lounge, a customized label program on its website where users can create one-of-a-kind labels for their wine by adding in a special name, vintage year, wine style and more. This complimentary program features a variety of label templates based on various themes to easily download and print at home.

"Already a wide-spread trend in Canada, much like home beer brewing in the U.S., making wine at home is an emerging trend in the states," commented Melanie Smyth, marketing associate for Artful Winemaker. "Historically, this DIY trend has been intimidating and time-consuming, but the Artful Winemaker changes that.  There's really nothing like it available to consumers. After five years of research and development, we are now able to give customers an affordable hands-on wine making experience with all the tools needed to make great wine on their kitchen counter."

The All Inclusive System comes complete with everything needed to make 12 bottles of wine at home in just 28 days. The clean, easy to handle system fits on a kitchen counter and includes all winemaking equipment and ingredients, grape juice concentrates, an instructional DVD, 12 glass wine bottles, closures, foils and pre-printed bottle labels for those who don't wish to make their own custom design. By purchasing additional Artful Winemaker refill wine kits ($59.99) the system can be reused time and time again to produce all of the great tasting wines available including Cabernet Shiraz, Chardonnay, Merlot, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Noir and Riesling. 

Normally priced at $149.99 plus shipping, the Artful Winemaker all-inclusive system will be available for just $99.99, including free shipping, during the holiday season. For more information or to purchase, visit www.ArtfulWinemaker.com or www.facebook.com/ArtfulWinemaker.

About Artful Winemaker
Artful Winemaker is owned and operated by Global Vintners Inc., a leading manufacturer and global distributor of personal winemaking products for over 25 years. Global Vintners Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Andrew Peller Limited, a leading producer and marketer of quality wines. www.ArtfulWinemaker.com

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