Good stuff: Boozy water, personalized wine, grill stone


Personalized wine bottles

Through Father’s Day, Josh Cellars is offering free personalized wine labels, allowing consumers to write a dedicated 140-character note to dad, including his name at the top and the gift giver’s name across the bottom. The labels can be created online at, and will be sent to the consumer’s home to affix to their bottle for a unique Father’s Day gift. The company is also offering “Collector’s Edition” Magnum bottles of Josh Cellars Paso Robles wine that will retail for $34.99 with gold foil on the bottle. Available at major wine stores.

One good grill cleaner

The GrillStone is an alternative to wire grill brushes that can flake off and leave potentially dangerous wire bristles in the grill. The stone features pumice-like cleaning block made from recycled materials. It provides chemical-free, nontoxic cleaning. Cost is $4.50 for a stone without a handle and $5.95 for the stones with a handle. Avaialable at major retailers including Menards, Home Depot, Lowe’s and Bed Bath & Beyond.

Good adult sparkling water

A new adult beverage option is scheduled to hit the supermarket shelves in Michigan this month. Truly Spiked & Sparkling beverages are flavored sparkling waters that are gluten free, pack a 5 percent alcohol content from fermented cane sugar and come in at 100 calories with 2 grams of carbs. The new 12-packs include four bottles each of the flavors Colima Lime, Grapefruit and Pomelo, and Pomegranate. Also available in packs of six.. The drinks will retail for about $11 for six and $16 for a 12-pack.

Compiled by Steve Pardo