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A Hostess Gift with Heart #sponsor #giveaway

This sponsored post is written by me on behalf of Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi. All opinions are my own. 

Between Halloween and Epiphany, we receive a lot of invitations for dinner parties, birthday parties, cocktail parties, and cookie decorating parties. A lot of parties. If there's a theme to be had, someone I know is throwing a party about it.

My default hostess gift is a nice bottle of wine, but I always think they might feel obligated to open the bottle to share right then. It seems a little self-serving, as if to say - "Here, I brought you something, now uncork this baby and let me have a glass."

When I was asked to review the Woodbridge Harvest Wine Set, I thought, "Eureka! This is a hostess gift that they can enjoy long after all the guests have gone and the dishes are put away." And, if you like, you can still include a bottle of wine!

photo courtesy Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi

The Woodbridge Harvest Wine Set is a limited-edition kitchen set that includes an apron, pot holder and wine tote. Even better, all of the proceeds benefit AmpleHarvest.org, a charity fighting hunger in America by providing fresh food to those in need.

The kitchen set is ideal for holiday entertaining, serving as the perfect hostess gift with some longevity. The set is available on Amazon.com from now through the end of the year, the Woodbridge Harvest Wine set is a gift with heart.

photo courtesy Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi

I received a set to review and was delighted with the quality of the fabric, thickness of the oven mits, and - yes, I am actually going to say it - it's cute! But it's not too cute that a man wouldn't wear it. Adorable and useful. That fits my criteria for being in my kitchen! I've already ordered another set to give to my mom when she and my dad host Christmas for the big extended family. 

The Giveaway
I'm giving away two Woodbridge Harvest Wine Sets. Please note that wine is not included in the prize. Good luck!

The giveaway runs from November 30th through December 7th. Winner will be notified on December 7th and have 24 hours to respond with shipping information or an alternate winner will be chosen. This giveaway is open to U.S. residents, age 18 & up only. All entries for the winner will be checked and verified. The number of entries received determines the odds of winning. Two winners will be selected. The prize packages will be sent directly from the giveaway sponsor. I am not responsible for the fulfillment or delivery of the prize packages. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law.

*Disclosure: I  received a complimentary hostess set from Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi
 for the creation of this post as well as two additional sets to give away. This is a sponsored post that contains affiliate links. Although this post is sponsored, all opinions are my own.*

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  1. If it is a Holiday I try to get something representing said Holiday. Perhaps candles, towels or a candy dish or cookie plate, filled of course. If it is not for something special then of course wine and/or flowers.

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  2. I usually take a bottle of wine or maybe candles.

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  3. I typically bring a bottle of wine. Sometimes I bring a unusual plant or food item depending on the occasion.

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  4. I usually bring a dish or snacks
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