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Best Gifts for the Wine Lover in Your Life
Looking for a gift for the wine lover in your life? If you know their favorite varietals then you can’t go wrong with a nice bottle of Cavit, but opting for a cool tool or fun new accessory can be just a little more personal. Try to look for things that will complement their wine collection and lifestyle—are they often playing the party host? Do they prefer unwind at the end of the end of the day with a quiet glass of red? Maybe they love to hold monthly wine tastings to introduce friends to new flavors. However they prefer to enjoy their wine, there’s a gift that’s perfect for them.
Bicycle Wine Rack from Oppsmark
If you know a wine enthusiast who loves to drink and dine al fresco in the park or picnic at the beach, they would love the Bicycle Wine Rack from Oppsmark. The rack is handmade from a vegetable-tanned leather and holds the bottle in place with two adjustable straps. It attaches to most traditional bike frames easily with antique brass fasteners so you can take your wine wherever you go. For eco-friendly wine drinkers that use bikes as their main mode of transportation, it’s also a great way to safely bring a bottle to a friends or home from the market. Available at Oopsmark and priced at $34.
Corkcicle Air 4-in-1 Chiller, Aerator, Pourer, Stopper
Trying to keep wine cool, but still easily servable can cause a headache for any hostess, especially those who prefer not to keep their bottles in a big bucket of ice. For something a little sleeker, gift them the Corkcicle Air 4-in-1 Chiller, Aerator, Pourer, Stopper. The device slides into the bottle of wine keeping it cool with a non-toxic freezing gel in the shape of an icicle, while the built-in aerator helps to make any wine more aromatic as you pour. The top pops open into an easy-pour spout and secures again when not in use. Available at Uncommon Goods and priced at $24.95.
The World Atlas of Wine, 7th Edition
For the ultimate wine lover who loves to talk about the intricacies of wine, from bouquet to acidity and everything in between, gift The World Atlas of Wine, 7th Edition. The latest edition of this tome keeps connoisseurs updated on new maps, up-and-coming wine regions and recent developments in techniques, climate and trends. The 400-page reference guide was written by two award-winning wine authors and is the perfect way to unwind after a long day. An added bonus? They’ll be able to spout off some serious knowledge and impress their guests at the next wine-tasting party. Available at Amazon and priced at $36.32.
Noritake’s Blind Tasting Glasses
Wine tasting parties are a great way to discover new favors and new favorites, but tasting blind can be a fun way to elevate your experience. Gift your hostesses Noritake’s Blind Tasting Glasses at their next tasting event. Some people hide labels or blindfold drinkers to hide a wine’s identity, but this series of black crystal wineglasses means there are no visual clues about the wine’s identity. Guests will have to decipher which wine is which by sniffing and sipping. It makes for a fun evening and the chic black glasses are much more sophisticated than a room full of blindfolded, bumbling guests. Available at Noritake and priced at $21.