20 Best Gift Ideas for Wine Lovers
Toast to your partner, best friend, colleague and more with these unique wine-related gifts.
I think it's safe to say that most of us would be thrilled to receive a bottle of wine for any occasion. (Birthday gift? Anniversary present? Last-minute White Elephant Exchange contribution? Wine is always appreciated.)
But if you've already gifted your fair share of reds, whites and rosés, then it doesn't hurt to have some other ideas in your back pocket. Here are 20 wine-related gifts — from electric corkscrews to sparkling glassware — to please anyone on your list.
Take the work out of opening their next bottle with this compact electric corkscrew. The petite base features a built-in foil cutter and automatically removes and ejects the cork in seconds. The Rabbit is even rechargeable, so they can use it on the patio or tote it to their favorite campsite.
What wine lover could resist this coffee table book? Designed with globe-trotters in mind, this beautiful hardcover guide includes vineyards to see, seasons to go, vintages and organics to drink, and how to get the most out of each wine region.
Celebrate a new milestone (or send your long-distance best friend some love on a random weekday) with this 'Cheers' wine gift box. The package includes milk chocolate-covered cherries, dark chocolate truffles and one bottle of Harry & David's 2019 Royal Crest Red Blend.
If they often host a crowd, then help them keep track of everyone's glass with these ingenious markers. The non-toxic, temporary ink dries in mere minutes and doesn't smudge against fingertips. Each pack features one black, one silver and one gold marker.
A fresh, fun and unpretentious guide to wine? Yes, please! Give them the inside scoop on wine culture (and how to identify their preferences) with Marissa A. Ross's book, Wine. All The Time. The book is about 300 pages and includes many laugh-out-loud moments.
Now here's a welcome mat that says everything. Give your best friend (and all of their houseguests) a good laugh with this cheeky 'Hope You Brought Wine' doormat. The accent rug is woven from natural coir with PVC backing, so it will trap dirt and stay put on their front porch.
Forget shower beers — soaking and sipping is where it's at. Turn their tub into an escape with this pretty and practical wine glass holder. The caddy is crafted from ash wood and accented with hand-picked beach stones to evoke a tranquil atmosphere. Best of all? It suctions right onto the wall.
The couple on your list would definitely appreciate this handcrafted collapsible wine table. A large wood stake secures the table into the ground, while the smooth top makes room for a bottle of wine, two glasses and a plate of their favorite snacks. Suffice it to say, date night just got a whole lot easier.
If you really want to excite an avid wine drinker, surprise them with a box of biodynamic wines from Plonk. Although a wine subscription may seem like a predictable gift, this one is different. Curated by real experts in the natural wine industry, Plonk's subscription boxes feature eclectic, unique wines that are hard to find in liquor stores.
We guarantee that they haven't seen a wine bottle chiller like this. Keep their drink at the perfect temperature and add a stunning touch to their table with this dual ice mold. They can incorporate berries, citrus slices, fresh flowers and more for a unique design every time.
Consider this the gift they didn't know they needed. Help them say goodbye to headaches and hello to sweet, sweet sips with this pack of wine purifiers. All they have to do is swirl The Wand around their glass and let it remove the histamines and sulfites that trigger common wine sensitivities. It works like magic.
Give them something to talk about with this 'Cheers' art print. The sign features 11 international toasts on a navy blue background and will make a handsome addition to their bar cart. Best of all? The piece is available as a digital download, so you can print it off right at home.
If they have plenty of bottles and barware, then treat your favorite host to this small bites appetizer server. They can use the handcrafted acacia wood tray and porcelain bowls to dish out bruschetta, olives, cheese and other delectable pairings.
Improve the taste of their favorite beverage (and add an aesthetically pleasing twist to the pouring process) with this sculptural decanter. The wide curves and angle-cut rim will easily stand out on their table, buffet or bar cart. And when they're ready to sip, the carafe pours like a dream.
A thoughtful gift for a wine-loving couple, this crate of specialty European cheeses and charcuterie ships refrigerated right to their door and allows them to sample unique, exotic flavors through wine and food pairings. Each meat is prepared according to centuries-old traditions for total authenticity.
Extend the life of their everyday wines with the Coravin Pivot. This simplified, cheaper version of the popular Pivot Model Three preserves an open bottle of wine for up to four weeks and pours so smoothly. We even tested the Pivot+ (which comes with an aeration attachment) and adored how easy this system was to use.
What do you get the wine lover who has everything? Try this PortoVino tote bag. Although it looks like a regular purse — complete with interior lining and side pockets — this vegan leather bag can hold two bottles of wine. A button-flap on the back grants access to the pour spout, so you and your best friend can enjoy a glass in the park or on the beach.
Do yourself a favor and squirrel this gift away for the holidays. The frame is crafted from solid wood and topped with a black metal clip for a 4x6 image. (So they can proudly display that incredible photo from last year's Christmas party.) The frame includes a sawtooth hanger on the back and a removable peg stand.