"Our child might be the reason your drink so enjoy this bottle on us", the label read.
The image of the bottles, which were handed out to some 10 teachers, have gone since gone viral on Twitter.
Jake's brother says the gift is "tongue in cheek".
A couple from Dayton, Ohio made a decision to get their son's elementary school teachers a special Christmas gift this year. This year, his parents thought the teacher needed something a little more substantial.
As such, they purchased a bottle of wine for each of the boy's teachers and expertly replaced the label with one of their own. "Happy holidays", DJ Sommers tweeted. When asked if her son was a "class clown", Mary said Jake was more like the "school clown", which means all the teachers could probably use a drink.
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DJ's parents got the teacher bottles of wine, but the labels on the bottles were replaced with a photo of the student. "But who doesn't need a glass of wine after teaching a kid like mine?" she said.
"My four older siblings were good kids and it was hard to live up to that, so I didn't try", Mary Sommers said.
She said the teachers appreciated the gift. She added "he always has something to say".
"I guess my teachers deserve it (the wine)", he said.
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