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A4 portrait - 21cm x 29cm
The poem is printed onto the highest quality A4 paper (250gsm) using Dura-Bright waterproof ink. There is no mount around the print. Each print is lovingly produced to order. Our unframed prints arrive flat, wrapped in cellophane, in a super stiff envelope.
Country of origin:
Written, designed and printed to order in the UK.
Our brand new wine poem is ideal for those who can't resist a little evening tipple!
This funny and unique A4 wine print makes the perfect gift for birthdays, Christmas, and Father's Day.
The poem was written by award-winning Bespoke Verse poet (and Oxford graduate!) Joanna Miller, whose framed poems have featured in magazines such as 'VOGUE' and 'Easy Living'. It began life as a Facebook ditty but proved so popular it just had to become a print.
The fabulous design is by Russet & Gray.
There is a choice of colours - red, green or grey.
You have the option to add a complimentary personalised message of up to 8 words at the bottom.
Please note our prints are supplied unframed.
The text reads:
The Wine Lovers Week
On Mondays I am rather keeno
On a lazy glass of Pinot
Tuesdays? I might end the day
With a spot of Beaujolais
Wednesday (if the day's a shocker)
May include a fine Rioja
Thursday nights, if out I go,
I'm partial to a nice Merlot
On Friday friends may come and stay
We'll open up the Chardonnay
Saturdays I'm known to harbour
A hankering for ice cold Cava
And suddenly the week has gone...
It's Sunday night and Sauvignon!
Ships from Berkhamsted, United Kingdom.
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