Ravenswood Winery Chili Sauce By Jojo’s Sriracha

Sriracha has made its way from simple condiment to gourmet food. Now, Ravenswood Winery teams up with jojo’s Sriracha for special, Zinfandel and Petite Sirah chili sauces flavored with sriracha. Each flavor comes in a 6.4 ounce jar. Don’t know what’ll hit first, the sweet intoxication of wine or the spicy thrill of sriracha. Get ’em here.

Wineist Subscription Box

So much wine, so little time. Instead of downing a bottle every few days (although that sounds quite fun), order up a Wineist subscription box. For roughly $14 a month, you get a box of five 187ml bottles or six 50ml bottles. Their wine curators choose a monthly theme and then procure the wines that fit those themes. They’ll also provide an instruction kit for tasting and information on the wine’s tasting notes. Waaay better than drinking wine from a box.

Beer Lollipops: The Perfect Mid-Afternoon Pick-Me-Up

Remember bringing a flask to work and hiding in the bathroom to down it? Oh what, that’s just me? Whatever. Now you can leave the flask at home and bring these Beer & Wine Lollipops instead. Lollyphile gives you 6 flavors to choose from: Cabernet Sauvignon, IPA, Lager, Merlot, Chardonnay and Stout Beers. Stash a handful in your desk drawer and pull one out whenever that cubicle mate next to you starts chit-chatting too much.

Make Wine At Home In Days With This Device

Ever tried growing wine? It requires the right land, weather, knowledge and lots of luck. The Miracle Machine ($299-499) plans to do away with all this hassle with an app-controlled container that does all the heavy lifting. Just dump in the ingredients, choose the type of wine you want and in a few days, voila! Get drunk! Oh, err, drink some homemade hooch.

In the beginning, users can choose 6 types of wine: Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, an aged Tuscan blend from Italy, Sauvignon Blanc and a delicate red and a steely white from Burgundy. In other words, six different ways to get drunk. Look for the Miracle Machine on Kickstarter.

Union Wine in a Can: Fool The Beer Drinkers

Maybe you prefer the taste of a nice Pinot Noir to a PBR– why can’t your friends understand that? Despite your lectures to them on the joys of properly fermented grapes, they scoff at you whenever you lift a fancy glass as they chug brewskies through red cups. Fool them and drink what you want with Union Wine Company’s wine in a can. We’re talking 12 ounces of Underwood Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris, with grapes grown in Oregon, concealed perfectly in a tin can. Stealth class beats no class at all.

Weekend Refill, 11.4.13

Married people now have their own Kama Sutra positions.

– 23 year old scams dating websites for fancy dinners (The Blemish)

– Paulina Gretzky. Always looking good. (NESN)

– More evidence hockey players are the toughest athletes..or craziest (Bro Bible

– Kama Sutra sexual positions for married people (Sad and Useless

– Do’s and don’ts for the fashion challenged (Pleated-Jeans)

– Do your girlfriend’s farts stink? You need this (OhGizmo!)

– Make prison wine without going thru the whole jail thing (Foodbeast)

– Most disgusting Japanese wrestling move ever (GuySpeed)

– Spend a day with a Russian billionaire and his hot wife (Vice)

– Ever wondered how the Charlotte Hornets got their start? (Charlotte Magazine)

The Essential Scratch and Sniff Guide to Becoming a Wine Expert

If becoming a wine snob didn’t involve years of pricey research and stuffy parties, perhaps we’d see more guys at our local bars in sweater vests. Finally, we have a fast track. The Essential Scratch and Sniff Guide to Becoming a Wine Expert ($14) by Richard Betts helps you learn the basic components of wine — the fruits, the wood, the earth — all through the childlike magic of scratch and sniff. Commit these 16 scents to memory and you’ll be infinitely wine-wiser.

Straitjacket Wine Label: If You’re Really Crazy About Merlot

There’s Sideways crazy for wine, and then there’s like, Real Housewives-throwing-drinks crazy for wine. If you’re concerned about the sanity of your adult beverage, check out this refreshingly restrictive wine label designed by creative agency Lola Madrid. Yes, that’s a straitjacket on that bottle of Vino Loco (“Crazy Wine”). The bottles even comes in a padded white box; ya know, so no one hurts themselves.