Wine Bottles Recycled Into Fancy Cheese Plates!

After attending the NYC Wine Expo last month, not only did we taste and discuss amazing wines from all over the world we also found an amazing idea that I fell in love with and couldn’t stop talking about – Recycling your wine bottle and flattening it into a cheeseboard!

Take your favorite bottle of wine and turn it into a fancy cheeseboard for entertaining!  Talk about a converstaion starter!  It was the first time I had ever seen this done before and I literally couldn’t stop thinking about how cute/useful these are.  The company that we talked to called “Treasures Of The Vine” located in Northern New Jersey, can take your favorite wine bottle, flatten it (with front and back labels intact) and create this lovely cheeseboard great for a wine and cheese party in your apartment, back porch, or now since the weather is getting nicer (hopefully) on a boat while enjoying a pre-dinner cruise!  Not only do they transform wine bottles, they basically do anything glass including your favorite vodka, champagne, whiskey, etc..  They also let you pick out a cheese spreader from about 20 options to go with your recycled bottle.  Check them out and if you don’t see the bottle you are looking for you can contact them to put in a request.  They make great gifts too (Mother’s Day is just around the corner)!

Some of my favorites right off the website…

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  • KozieGrapes

    Wow! These are so cool!

    • winepugnyc

      Thanks KozieGrapes… They are amazing gifts and so fun!

      Funny enough, I have a post for you today! Enjoy! :)

  • Brenda Zamary

    We have a wine bottle from my son’s graduation from the U.S.Coast Guard Academy and would like to have it made into a cheese platter. Please send info.

    • winepugnyc

      Brenda, I would call Treasure’s of the Vine. They are very nice people that we met at the NYC Wino Expo and they will for sure do a custom bottle for you… Call them at -973-879-4816.. Or send them an email on their website – Let me know how it goes!

  • CMS

    Thank goodness some bloggers can still write. My thanks for this piece of writing

  • Gwendolyn Alley aka Art Predator

    Interesting upcycle idea! Curious how much–can’t imagine they’re cheap.