5 Tips to Seduce Your Valentine

Feb 13

Our wine is all about Seduction. With Valentine’s Day approaching, pop open a bottle of The Seducer and follow these 5 tips to master the Art of Seduction:

1. COOK

Prepping a home-cooked meal requires thought, time and effort. Starting a fire in the kitchen will get you into anyone’s heart… and the bedroom. (Don’t forget to pair with wine!)

2. FOCUS

Shut off your laptops, phones and TVs. Sure, it’s hard – but focusing all your attention on your lover will make them feel like the most important person in the world. Put on some sultry tunes, get cozy and have a real, uninterrupted convo.

3. SKIN-TO-SKIN CONTACT

Let’s face it: no one hates massages. Getting up close and personal will spark intimacy and relaxation while you give your Valentine some one-on-one attention. (Extra tip: Dim the lights, use candles and pour a glass of wine to really help them unwind!)

4. SAY THOSE THREE LITTLE WORDS

Communication is one of the most important — but also most lacking — aspects of a relationship. Valentine’s Day is just a day to remind ourselves how we feel about each other. So, go ahead and spill your guts out!

5. TAKE IT TO THE BEDROOM

This is Valentine’s Day, after all. Get close, strip down and show your lover a night they will never forget!

(Compliments of The Seducer. You’re welcome.)

Famous Seductresses

Sep 3

The Seducer can make any man fall, head over heels or otherwise, with a slight glance, coy smile or even less. But how does the seductress allure so effortlessly? It’s her style, beauty, intellect and, naturally, her killer charm. Here’s a look at history’s most infamous seducers.

Eve
Cleopatra
Catherine the Great
Helen of Troy
Mae West
Coco Chanel
Josephine Baker
Marilyn Monroe
Halle Berry