MERRIMACK, N.H., Dec. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Brookstone, the innovative product development company and multichannel lifestyle retailer, and nakedwines.com, a customer funded winery and online retailer that offers customers wine from award-winning independent winemakers, announced a promotion that will result in $10 million worth of free wine vouchers for consumers. Brookstone customers who spend $99 will qualify to receive a $50 nakedwines.com voucher, timed perfectly for holiday toasting.
With thousands of products available to make life more enjoyable, Brookstone customers can find something for everyone on their holiday list and use the nakedwines.com voucher as a gift to themselves. Starting Friday, December 7, 2012, this promotion is available both in stores and on Brookstone.com while supplies last. In addition to qualifying for the nakedwines.com voucher, a qualified $99 purchase on Brookstone.com ships for free.
The Aero Wine Aerator by Brookstone is sure to be a hit with any recipient. The sleek, easy-to-use gadget delivers better tasting wine in 30 seconds with the push of a button. Independently tested (and tasted) by the Beverage Testing Institute, Aero provides "smoother wine, richer fruit…bigger flavor" and specifically "improves enjoyment of a variety of reds."
Pair the Aero with the Iceless Wine Chiller to complete a wine-themed gift and qualify for the nakedwines.com voucher offer. The hi-tech, tabletop wine chiller has a database of wines to automatically bring your wine to its optimal temperature to bring out the best palette, bouquet, and wine-drinking experience."Brookstone is thrilled to partner with nakedwines.com for this $10 million wine voucher giveaway. We're always eager to reward our customers and this is a great way to do so," said Stephen Bebis, Brookstone CEO. "We have a number of gift ideas at Brookstone so once our customers complete their holiday shopping, they can look forward to toasting with nakedwines.com." Nakedwines.com, just introduced in the U.S. this year, is quickly gaining popularity. Originally launched in the UK four years ago, the company gets exclusive wines at wholesale prices for their customers by investing in independent winemakers.