Ok, so the name is bloody awful, but I have to admit I actually quite like the gimmick!
Recycling wine bottles always seems to draw the line at sticking a candle in that awful bottle of straw-basket Chianti, and pretending you’re eating in a small ristorante in the heart of Florence.
Well not anymore, boys and girls!
Depending on how much you want to impress your house guests, you of course want to make sure that you ONLY use empty bottles of Harlan Estates, Caymus, or some other ridiculously priced bottle. Just to show them how you roll…
All you have to do is fill a wine bottle with water, push the hollow terracotta stake into the soil, flip the bottle in place, and natural absorption will take care of the rest. They are durable, reusable, drip-free.