Be my Welsh Valentine - Santes Dwynwen Day


This week we celebrated Santes Dwynwen Day in Wales! Perhaps not as well known as Valentine’s Day, the celebration has developed from the legendary story about the female saint Dwynwen, who has been named the Welsh Patron Saint of Lovers. It was a great excuse to cook and enjoy a romantic meal together with a lovely bottle of white we’d been saving.

If you're looking for something special to give the love of your life on February 14th (Valentine’s Day) skip the chocolates and give them the perfect gift. eto is delivered by our uber fast & fully tracked courier service, it comes in its beautiful gift presentation tube, & we can add a special gift message onto a gift card 


“Wine enters through the mouth, Love the eyes.” from A Drinking Song by the poet W.B Yeats.  

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