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12-18-2017 11:20 AM CET | Fashion, Lifestyle, Trends

Press release from: Personal Wine

Personal Wine

Personal Wine

AUSTIN, TEXAS (December 15, 2017) – Personal Wine, the only personalized gifting website dedicated exclusively to wine, is thrilled to be featured on Fox News hit show, “The Fox Five” during their Holiday gifts segment. The Austin-based company offers a unique service for creating a gift that is as meaningful as it is enticing. Personal Wine is there for those who are looking for that perfect present that is equal parts thoughtful, unique and desirable for family, friends, colleagues or that special someone.

The easy process begins by selecting one of Personal Wine’s bottles, then creating a custom label on high-quality, wine label stock with personalized text and photos. Personal Wine also offers engravings that can be etched with any message or logo – sure to be remembered long after the wine is gone. Create the perfect package with a hand-crafted wood box and glassware, that can also be etched and adorned with a personal touch.

The wine selection, curated by Personal Wine’s certified sommeliers, features a diverse variety of vintages from all over the world. With red, white, rosé and sparkling options, Personal Wine has something for every palate. Personal Wine also offers an array of mini bottles, the perfect souvenir for any soiree. Featuring a variety of pricing and options, Personal Wine’s customized bottles start at only $15.

The website’s delivery options have taken the hassle out of gift shopping by utilizing top notch customer service and flexibility with any budget. Customers are paired with a friendly expert who will make delivery process a breeze. With their shipping program, guests can send one order to multiple addresses by simply giving Personal Wine a list of names and addresses.

Personal Wine can ship to most states in the continental United States. For more information, and to order, please visit

Founded in 1999, Personal Wine was created as an option for high-quality, personalized wine gifts for vino lovers of all kinds. Founder Alex Andrawes’ dedication and passion not only to wine, but also gift giving kick- started the unique and thoughtful business. Customers can choose from Personal Wine’s beautifully curated selection of wine across all varietals and price ranges. Customers then add meaningful touches with personalized labels, engravings and hand-crafted wood boxes, creating a one-of-a-kind gift sure to be adored by any wine fanatic.

Perfect for everything from individual gifts to high quantity corporate gifting solutions, Personal Wine is the only website dedicated exclusively to wine personalization. Starting with a user-friendly website, Personal Wine’s dedication to customer service is unparalleled. Every order is handled by a Personal Wine employee, from hand labeling to engraving to ensure a superior product.

Personal Wine was recently recognized as one of America's fastest growing companies, growing over 202% in less than three years and earning a spot on the Inc. 5000.

Alexander Strubbe
Marketing Director
306 E 3rd St
Ste. A
Austin, Texas 78701

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