Cool Cork Products + 25% OFF

More info and 25% coupon code here: These cork products by Corkologie are very cool and easy to assemble, the wine rack literally took less than two minutes to put together and it can hold anywhere from three to nine wines. You can arrange the rack as you want, by having just one row, and place it vertically if you’d like. In this review I go over why cork is eco-friendly, sustainable, and how it benefits not only our environment but also thousands of people. On top of the base wine rack and wine charms they also have: wine strip, napkin holders, place card holders, cork tea light candle holder, wine cork boards, cork board sheets, cork basket, magnet wine corks, mouse pads, cork placemats, spice rack, tool bucket, bracelet and earrings made out of cork and even a journal! Don’t forget to use their coupon code for a 25% off discount in their entire store! (besides the gift cards and handmade products). Highlights: – Recyclable – Renewable – Sustainable – Compostable – Biodegradable – Made in the US The cork facts I mentioned on the video were taken from Corkologie’s brochure and here is a more detailed version on why is cork green: Cork has been used ever since it was discovered by the Greeks and the Romans more than 1000 years ago. It comes from a unique oak tree growing naturally throughout the Mediterranean region–and has properties that man still can’t reproduce. When it comes to cork, most people think wine stoppers and memo boards. But thousands

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  1. #1 by videowilliams at October 19th, 2010

    Nice rack, Steffany 😉

    (Sorry, I couldn’t resist.)

    It’s also fascinating to hear how sustainable cork is- I always thought they felled the tree!

  2. #2 by dynomitis at October 19th, 2010

    @EcoBold: Awesome job as always, Steffany. Wine is great for adults. :o]

  3. #3 by EcoBold at October 19th, 2010

    @videowilliams too funny!!!

  4. #4 by 1rosiestar1 at October 19th, 2010

    i always wanted to recycle in my house , BUT BUT my MOM says “in this house we don’t recycle” but know im going to “obligate” my mom to say YES! (^;

  5. #5 by Thoughtfulguy68 at October 19th, 2010

    My local natural foods market has a collection bin where we can recycle our used wine corks. From what I understand, the cork goes to a company that uses it to produce decorative wall tiles that resemble the look of granite or porcelain. The tiles are also used for their sound absorbing quality, helping make noisy environments quieter.

    Recycle your cork! I guess that is what you would call “responsible drinking”!

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