Open That Bottle Night Day is celebrated annually on last Saturday of every February. This year it will be observed on February 29. Open That Bottle Night is created to make sure that the bottles of fine wine put away for a special season are used and enjoyed on this day.
History of Open That Bottle Night Day
Tastings columnists Dorothy J. Gaiter and John Brecher created the Open That Bottle Night Day in 2000 to motivate the people to reconnect with other over a bottle and to create unforgettable memories with the family members and friends. On this day, thousands of bottles all over the world are released from prison. It will come with memories of great vacations, long-lost loved ones and bittersweet moments. The whole point of the weekly “Tastings” column is that wine is more than the liquid in the bottle. It’s about history, relationships and all of the things that are necessary for life.
How to Celebrate the Open That Bottle Night Day
Celebrating the Open That Bottle Night Day is quite simple and easy to remember. Celebrate the day by visiting the local winery and send your friends a virtual toast with the free e-card. Spread the positive benefits of wine to friends, family members and to even co-workers. Post pictures and share your celebrations on social media by using the hashtag #OpenThatBottleNightDay.