Sunday, 1 January 2012

wine decanters for the new year.

As is only proper, I am tired and hungover from the festivities last night. Doing a countdown in a club on Brighton beach wasn't how I had planned to spend New Year's Eve, but it was actually damn good.

This never used to be the case, but recently when I'm hungover I actually do just want hair of the dog.


Some wine decanters for the new year. Happy 2012. I love these designs. I can't wait to stock my own flat one day.

Images copyrighted to Riedel, found here.


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