How to Wrap Wine Bottles with Sonoma Style: Creative Gift Wrapping Ideas Video

Next time you give the gift of a bottle of wine, take a few minutes to make your present that much more personal with this creative gift wrapping idea. My How to Wrap Wine Bottles video demonstration shows you how to make wine bottle gift wrap by recycling paper grocery bags and adding a few elegant touches to give your liquid gift Sonoma style. Wrapping a wine bottle like this takes less than 10 minutes and is very inexpensive. Whether you’re buying wine for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day or Father’s Day gifts, this wine bottle gift wrap idea is sure to impress—just like that bottle of Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon.

toyon berries for wine bottle gift wrapping

How to Wrap Wine Bottles: Wine Bottle Gift Wrap Supplies

• Brown Paper Grocery Bag
• Pruning Shears
• Scissors
Baker’s Twine
• Matches
• Red Magic Marker
Burlap Gift Tag
• Toyon Berries
• Water in Pan
• Bottle of Jordan Cabernet

how to wrap wine bottles, gift wrapping with paper grocery bag

How to Wrap Wine Bottles: Wine Bottle Gift Wrap Steps

1. Cut out bottom of brown paper grocery bag and discard, along with its handles
2. Fold bag back to original shape
3. Roll bag
4. Burn top edge of bag
5. Put out flames in water
6. Unfold bag
7. Place wine bottle about 1 inch from bottom edge (make sure bag logo is facing up)
8. Roll into a cylinder
9. Fold edges into bottom of wine bottle
10. Fold tightly (use hot glue or tape if it doesn’t stay folded)
11. Gather paper at neck of wine bottle
12. Tie baker’s twine around neck of wine bottle
13. Tie a double knot
14. Wrap twine around neck of bottle
15. Make gift tag
16. Attach gift tag
17. Wrap and tuck extra string
18. Add Toyon Berry branch
19. Tuck branch underneath twine
20. Add Spanish moss (optional)

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As one of eight children, Nitsa Knoll doesn’t remember a time when she wasn’t helping host parties for her Greek family in Southern California. She naturally gravitated toward planning beautiful events with bold colors and flowers as focal points. Today, she spends her days overseeing events and hospitality at Jordan Winery, where she works alongside her husband, Todd Knoll. With an eye for design, her creative mind is constantly at work, planning the next dinner party or designing a new floral arrangement. She finds constant inspiration from the trees and flowers growing at Jordan Estate and throughout Sonoma County.

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