Dr. Gundry, a supporter, and endorser of Mr. Picky Measuring Wine Glasses, is releasing a groundbreaking new book titled The Plant Paradox, which explains how proteins, called lectins, may be slowing poisoning you. Always at the forefront of health and science, Gundry is leading the way when it comes to striving for optimum health in this exciting new age where modern medicine is moving at light speed aided by new technology and advanced scientific research.
You probably assume that all or most plants are good for you, but if you suffer from low energy, weight gain, headaches, arthritis, digestive problems, brain fog, heartburn, allergies, neuropathy, skin problems, IBS, constipation, or acid reflux you may be consuming plants that contain toxic plant proteins called lectins. Lectins are nature’s way of poisoning animals who want to eat them. Surprisingly, some foods you are avoiding might be on the approved list, such as certain types of noodles, red wine and cream cheese. Find out which foods to avoid by picking up a copy of the Plant Paradox on Amazon. Read More
Mr. Picky creates measuring wine glasses for members of Weight Watchers who want to count their Weight Watchers Wine Points. Most of Mr. Picky measuring wine glasses have measuring marks of 4, 6, and 8 ounces. Four ounces of wine equals 3 points for white wine and 4 points for red wine, 6 ounces of white or red wine equals 5 points. Eight ounces of wine equals 6 points for white and 8 points for red.
In honor of 4th of July weekend, Mr. Picky has released the Measuring Champagne Glass, which measures 4 ounces at the top of the elegant, frosted fireworks logo. The Measuring Champagne Glass is a great gift and party idea for the 4th of July. This measuring Champagne glass is made with lead-free crystal in a Riedel factory in Germany. This high quality glass is made by the same manufacturer as our other Premium Measuring Wine Glasses.
The Measuring Champagne Glass has many uses. If you’re on a diet, like Weight Watchers or the Sonoma Diet, you need to measure your wine ounces, which equate to calories. If you’re health conscious, you want to be careful how much wine you consume. The Measuring Champagne Glass, like our other measuring wine glasses, helps you do just that.
If you’re having a dinner party, wedding, or other event, our measuring wine glasses help you determine how much wine to purchase for the party and monitor the consumption of your guests by pouring to the pour mark. Lastly, this doesn’t have to be a measuring wine glass: Just enjoy the beautiful lead-free crystal glass with the beautiful fireworks logo. Read More
Mr. Picky offers wine glasses specifically for weddings so the bride, groom, and guests can have a keepsake from their memorable event.
Here are the options for our custom wine glases:
*Disclaimer: Mr. Picky Measuring Wine Glasses measure wine very accurately, but due to variations in the glass-making and printing process, slight variations may occur.
Irises Cafe & Wine Bar, winner of Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence, is now offering custom measuring wine glasses created by Mr. Picky. The measuring dots allow Irises to measure their wine pours accurately and control pour costs. The custom measuring wine glass features the gorgeous Irises logo on one side, and 3 and 6 oz. pour marks on the other side. The 6 oz. mark designates a glass of wine and the 3 oz. mark designates a “taste.” Many wineries, restaurants and wine bars are selling 3 oz. tastes for customers who don’t want to commit to an entire glass of wine.
As many bar owners know, it’s easy to pour profits away with generous wine pours as it is often difficult to eyeball a 4, 5, or 6 oz. wine pour. The Mr. Picky Measuring Wine Glasses takes out the guesswork. Measuring marks provide a visual point of reference allowing the bartender to pour the wine accurately. A restaurant, winery or winebar’s logo on the glass provides excellent branding and also turns the wine glass into a souvenir. Many customers who take the wine glasses home appreciate the fact that they can measure their wine consumption, easily divvy up wine for dinner parties, or use it as a tool for losing weight (many Weight Watchers customers measure their ounces which equate to Weight Watchers points).
Irises Cafe & Wine Bar, located in historic downtown Plattsburgh, N.Y., features California and New World cuisine and offer 40 wines by the glass. They provide catering, music, wine tastings and special events. Don’t miss their lovely cupcake bake shop next door called Delish. To see a video tour of the cafe go to the website and click on “Come Inside.”
Interested in Mr. Picky Measuring Wine Glasses for your restaurant, winebar, winery or personal use? Please contact us via email.
By Mr. Picky
Have you ever tried Skinnygirl wine? It sort of taste like wine but has a highly processed taste and not a hint of terroir or soul. I’m not sure how they reduce the calories but the result is a bland, anemic wine.
The main selling point of Skinnygirl wine is that it’s low in calories: It contains 100 calories for 5 ounces or 20 calories per ounce. By contrast, most red and white wine contain 125 calories for 5 ounces or 25 calories per ounce. By drinking Skinnygirl wine you are only saving 25 calories per glass.
Is it worth $15 a bottle? I think not. Why not drink slightly less of a good glass of wine or burn those extra 25 calories by jump roping for 3 minutes, doing jumping jacks for 3 minutes, or walking for 30 minutes? Read More
Gerri French, MS, RD, CDE is a Certified Diabetes Educator. Ms. French has provided local nutritional and dietetic services for more than 20 years. She is the former Food & Nutrition Editor, has written articles for Diabetes Health Magazine, and published a book on nutrition and breast cancer, has worked for Ojai Valley Community Hospital in Santa Barbara County and Cottage Health System and is the creator of the Santa Barbara Food and Farm Adventures Meetup group and the nutrition instructor for the Culinary Arts program at Santa Barbara City College. She is a frequent public speaker, presenting nutrition and wellness topics on television and radio. As a nutrition facts label analyzer, she also helps commercial food-making companies meet U.S. Nutrition Facts Label requirements.
Below is her endorsement of the Mr. Picky Measuring Wine Glass and her take on wine consumption guidelines. Read More
Fergie, of The Black Eyed Peas, launches Ferguson Crest wine label with her father, Pat Ferguson.
By Kristyn Burtt, www.sheknows.com
She sings, she dances, and she sells wine. The Black Eyed Peas singer, Fergie, and her dad, Pat Ferguson, have officially announced the formation of a family wine label entitled Ferguson Crest. The winery is based in Santa Barbara County approximately 90 minutes north of Los Angeles, California. The vineyard was founded in 2006 in preparation for their wine label launch.
Ferguson Crest will feature several types of wine, including a syrah; a cabernet; and two viogniers, which are from a white wine grape. In true Fergie form, there will also be a red blend aptly named “Fergalicious.”
As the co-founder of Ferguson Crest, Fergie says, “I am so proud and excited for the world to see and taste what I’ve been working on with my father for the last few years. Not only is it a thrill for me to open a winery, but to do so with my father makes it even more special.” Read More