Point me in the direction of any mother out there, and I’ll show you a woman who needs a cold glass of something delicious. Wine, beer, water, pop, a stiff cocktail – Mama needs a chilled drink and the Wine FREEZE™ Cooling Cups from HOST® are just what the Mother’s Day gift fairy ordered.

The Wine FREEZE™ keeps all tasty bevs chilled, but we think it’s perfect for wines. Just pop it in the fridge to cool your reds to the perfect cellar temperature or store in the freezer to chill your whites. HOST®’s proprietary cooling gel is precisely engineered to keep your beverage perfectly cold for hours.

For red wine, refrigerate HOST® Wine FREEZE™ Cooling Cups for at least two hours to keep your drink between fifty-eight and sixty degrees Fahrenheit

For white wine, freeze HOST® Wine FREEZE™ Cooling Cups for at least two hours to keep your drink between forty-three and fifty-three degrees Fahrenheit

Each glass is constructed with an insulated silicone band for comfortable handling.

Hand wash only

For the best results, place the Wine FREEZE™ upside down in the freezer to allow the gel to evenly spread and freeze.

HOST® brought to you by True Brands: True Brands is the leading designer and supplier of beverage lifestyle accessories worldwide. From our headquarters in Seattle, Washington we offer the very best on-trend products and branding at the best prices on the market. Our company is anchored by an innovative, future-driven product development team, cutting-edge in-house design and customization departments, sales representatives specialized in everything from national grocery chains to family-owned wineries, and the finest customer service team in the industry. To top it all off, everything we do is backed by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. We hope you’ll become one of our thousands of loyal customers, and we look forward to building a thriving, long-lasting relationship with you and your business. Visit http://www.hoststudios.com/ for more details – also available on Amazon!

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