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15 Must-Have Gifts For Wine Lovers

March 13, 2018

Long gone are the days when wine was reserved for fancy occasions. And that’s cause for celebration—with a big glass of wine, of course! We drink vino at tailgate parties, book club gatherings, and while binge watching our favorite shows. Wine is a beloved part of our daily lives, so we decided to pop the cork on this roundup of goodies for wine lovers. From wine soaps to bootleg totes, these products pair perfectly with a favorite bottle for a stand-out gift. While you’re at it, why not treat yourself?

1. Java with a hint of wine.

Enjoy wine in a new—and caffeinated—way. This coffee provides a taste of merlot via beans instead of booze.

Merlot Infused Coffee – $20 Buy Now »


2. A spray that removes even red wine stains.

You came for the wine. You left with it on your favorite white tee. Don’t worry, this all-natural spray is here to save the day.

Red Wine Stain Remover – $8 Buy Now »


3. A sneaky tote that lets you fill up your cup.

Take happy hour to go. There’s space for a boxed wine bag in this tote, meaning picnics, summer concerts, and beach parties just got more fun.

Wine and Beverage Dispensing Tote – $129.95 Buy Now »


4. Chocolates to pair with various vintages.

As if you need an excuse: Wine and chocolate are both full of antioxidants. There are 17 of them in this box.

Chocolate & Wine Pairing Set – $50 Buy Now »


5. An appetizer tray that keeps your glass from tipping.

Rest easy, gesticulators: This tray keeps your vino secure and allows one hand to wave freely as you mingle.

Wine & Appetizer Tray – Set of 4 – $50 Buy Now »


6. Cooling pearls that won’t dilute.

These are the kinds of pearls we want to be complimented on. They make our wine cool and crisp without watering it down.

Wine Pearls – $24.95 Buy Now »


7. Art that celebrates wine and shares wit.

“Either give me more wine or leave me alone.” Rumi knows when you had a hard day. This print has pithy sayings that celebrate your love of wine in every mood.

Wine in Literature Chart – $25 Buy Now »


8. A set of shimmery, stemless glasses.

How do you class up an $8 bottle? With glasses that look like magical bubbles, each hand-painted by Polish artisans.

Iridescent Stemless Wine Glass Set – $50 Buy Now »


9. Soaps that bring vino into the tub.

Admit it—you’ve dreamed of bathing in wine. Here’s a version that’s much more moisturizing (and much less ridiculous).

Wine Soaps – Set of 4 – $28 Buy Now »


10. A gadget to give your least expensive wines a flavor boost.

Throw this travel aerator in your carry-on to make that airplane bottle taste like a first-class pour or take it on the go for flavorful wine, even when you’re fully grounded.

Pocket Wine Aerator – $19.95 Buy Now »


11. A punchy accompaniment to your weekend cheese board.

Phish concert? Nope, this is our kind of a jam session. Sweet and savory, handmade, and ready to (dinner) party.

Wine Jelly – Set of 2 – $15 Buy Now »


12. Clever kitchen towels that suggest wine and food pairings.

Chianti and cheese pizza? Barbera and barbecue? Perfecto! Stuart Gardiner’s towel has hundreds of pairings to get the most out of every bottle.

Wine Pairing Towel Set – $28 Buy Now »


13. Candles that repurpose upcycled wine bottles.

Wine and candlelight—like where this is going? Kelsey Paz does, too. To make these candles, she adds soy wax to wine bottle bases. You add the R&B.

Recycled Wine Bottle Candle – $32 Buy Now »


14. A trivia game for true sommeliers.

Q: Is Zinfandel a “noble” grape? A: No. Is this trivia game a wine lover’s dream? Yes.

Wine Wars Trivia Game – $20 Buy Now »


15. Socks to tell others how you really feel.

It’s been a long day and you just can’t even. Put your feet up and hope they get the message.

Please Bring Me Wine Women’s Socks – $14 Buy Now »


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1 Comment

  • Reply Ryan Howard March 16, 2018 at 10:28 am

    Coffee and wine, together at last! That would be a really fun thing to serve at a brunch, perhaps in addition to mimosas.

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