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We can't be the only ones who cringe at the (lack of) diverse wine accessories on the market. In fact, if we see one more tacky, pop art-inspired bunch of grapes or curlicue ID tag — we might start breaking some bottles. Thankfully, Bottle Stock has us design-minded winos covered. The recently launched, L.A.-based line is full of chic wine-specific tools and accessories you'll positively gulp over.
Triple-threat Whitney Adams (she's a sommelier, wine writer, and podcast host!) launched Bottle Stock with a vision for sophisticated, yet fashionable wine accessories for those with a thirst for good design. All products are exclusively made and range from serving flare (think tie-dyed leather coasters and color-blocked corkscrews), to colorful paper goods like cheeky bottle wraps and watercolor-splashed tasting notebooks. Click through to ogle the line for yourself, and get ready to celebrate a new era of stylish sipping. We'll cheers to that!
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