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Best Gifts For Wine Lovers That You’ll Want Yourself

Lindsey Morse
ByLindsey MorseFeb 26, 2021 | 4 comments

Are you looking for a gift for a wine lover? Whether they love trying new bottles, are dazzled by gorgeous glassware, enjoy exploring wine-related tech products, or are building a collection of wine accessories, we've got plenty of ideas for everyone on your list.

Subscriptions for even the pickiest palate? Wine charms so pretty they can pass for jewelry? Quirky wine stoppers to save your bottles in style? A beautiful new set of stemware? Check, check, check, and check.

Read on to discover our favorite wine subscriptions and gifts for wine lovers.

Try Gifting Them a Wine Subscription

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What makes a wine subscription a great gift idea? For starters, a wine subscription means your giftee can enjoy trying new blends and varietals every month or quarter, making it the gift that keeps on giving. Brands like Winc, Vine Oh!, Wine Awesomeness and more have created customizable wine club memberships and subscriptions designed to suit all kinds of palates and budgets.

Looking for new ways to stay close despite being miles apart? Sync up your subscriptions and start your own wine club. Nothing better than sharing a glass of wine together to stay connected, even if it's on Zoom.

Great Wine Subscriptions You Can Gift

For the most in-depth guidance, check out our list of the 15 Best Wine Clubs and Subscription Boxes. We took our expert reviews and matched them with what our readers voted as the best, so you’re bound to find the right box for you. There’s even a subscription specifically for those who love bubbly beverages, like sparkling wine or champagne.

Below are our top three wine subscription recommendations:


About the Subscription: Your Winc journey will begin with a fun and easy survey where you can indicate your preferences. If you're not sure what your preferences are, or aren't super knowledgeable about wine, don't worry: The questions are designed to be easy for novices and the knowledgeable. Based on your answers, Winc suggests unique, affordable wines designed to please your palate. Not so sure about one of their recommendations? Changes can be easily made to your shipment.

The Cost: Prices start at $12.99 per bottle with free shipping for orders with 4+ bottles. Sign up here.

Check out our Winc reviews and info to learn more. Ships to most of the U.S.

Vine Oh!

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About the Subscription: Vine Oh! knows loving wine is about more than enjoying a full-bodied red on a chilly evening. This quarterly subscription pairs two bottles of wine with sweets, accessories, jewelry, and/or self-care goods. Choose to receive white or red wines, or a mix of both. Sounds like a perfect night in.

The Cost: $59.99 per quarter. Save with an annual membership. Sign up here.

Check out our Vine Oh! reviews and info learn more. Ships to most of the U.S.

Wine Awesomeness

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About the Subscription: Wine Awesomeness is a gateway to learning more about rare and lesser-known wines. Selections are made by an experienced curatorial team, which always includes a Food & Wine Sommelier of the Year—yep, they really know their stuff. Each box comes with a coordinating magazine that includes tips, recipes, pairing ideas and more.

The Cost: $49.00 per box (3 bottles, $16.33 per bottle + free shipping). Sign up here.

ACTIVE DEAL: get 20% off

Check out all of our Wine Awesomeness reviews and info to learn more. Ships to most of the U.S.

Really Unique Gift Ideas for Wine Lovers

Ask any wine lover, choosing a great bottle is only the first step. Not sure what to buy the wine aficionado who has everything? From a high-tech solution to ensure every glass poured tastes fresh to a stylish insulated cooler backpack ideal for camping, we've got gifts that'll make every hour happy.


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If you're shopping for a tech-loving wino who doesn't always want to finish an entire bottle, check out Coravin ($149.95), a device that allows you to pour a glass of wine without removing the cork. Here's how it works: A small, hollow needle penetrates the cork and allows you to fill a glass, then the device tops off the bottle with argon gas which preserves the remaining wine and prevents oxidation. Pretty nifty, eh? This is a great gift for wine enthusiasts and oenophiles who want to splurge on a pricey bottle and nurse it over time.

Stemless Aerating Wine Glasses

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Aerating wine is an important step that "wakes up" wine and helps it taste its very best, and these aerator glasses ($50 for two) help you aerate wine in style. To use, simply pour wine into the central reservoir and watch your glass turn into a vino fountain. You'll maximize the flavors in your favorite merlot and create a show that's sure to impress.

Travel Wine Glasses

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Glass by the pool is a big no-no, and drinking wine out of a plastic cup simply will not do, so consider treating your favorite wine lover to a travel wine glass ($25). Picnics, pool parties, beach days ... the possibilities are endless.

Corksicle Eola Bucket Bag

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Need an insulated cooler bag that will keep your Rosé chilled all day? Check out the Eola Bag from Corksickle ($149.95) a bag that's as stylish as it is useful. This tote comes in a variety of trendy colors (like olive, quartz, and silver), and will hold 12 cans or 8 cans + 2 bottles of wine. Perfect for picnics, festivals, camping, and beach parties.

Juliet Optic Stemware

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Beautiful stemware is always in fashion, and this set from CB2 ($14.95 each) perfectly updates classic styling with a modern twist. The long, delicate stems and fluted styling ooze elegance, but they're understated enough to use every day. The white wine glass holds 8 oz, red wine 12 oz, and champagne 5 oz.

Marrakesh Wine Rack

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If your giftee could use a place to store their wine collection, consider this lovely little rack ($98) with Moroccan-inspired styling. The shiny brass finish and decorative ironwork are sure to add a little pizzaz to any bar area. This piece measures 18.5"H, 10"W, 7"D, and it can hold up to hold 6 bottles.

Greer Decanter

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This crackle-effect decanter ($38) isn't the standard style for wine, but it would be a lovely way to show off some homemade sangria! The vintage-inspired style holds up to 45.5 oz of liquid, and the gold rim provides a glitzy polish. Pop this carafe on your brunch table for some instant wow factor.

Drink More Fizz!

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If your favorite wine lover has a special place in their heart for bubbles, consider gifting them this book ($14.99) that extolls the virtues of Champagne! Here's a description:

In this new book, fizz fanatic Jonathan Ray, drinks editor of the Spectator - tells you everything you need to know to pick the perfect bottle of bubbles every time - whether you want a good value pick-me-up, a case to get a party off with a bang, or a bottle of something dazzlingly good for that really special celebration. With tips on the right type of glass to use, a glossary of wine terms, and recipes for champagne cocktails, you will never want to drink anything other than fizz again! 

Mr. & Mrs. Muse Bottle Stopper Set

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Want bottle stoppers that are sure to make a statement? Check out this his-and-hers set ($48) by ceramicist and style icon Jonathan Adler. Sleek, minimal, and ... well ... weird, this set is perfect for stylish couples that can't seem to agree on red or white. Encourage them to pop both; they can preserve any open bottles they don't finish with these quirky stoppers.

16. Wine Journal

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This wine journal by Wine Folly ($25) is a perfect gift for aspiring sommeliers who want to make notes about new bottles and keep track of their favorite wines. This book guides tasters through the 4-step method used by professionals and allows for up 80 different entries.

Coral Wine Charms

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Wine charms are a fun way to make sure you remember which wine glass belongs to you. There are a ton of cheap and cheerful sets out there to choose from, but if you want to splurge on a special someone check out this upscale set by Joanna Buchanan ($88 for six). The colorful coral baubles are pretty enough to wear out as jewelry, and they're sure to elevate any wine night or dinner party to a new level.

Cuisinart Electric Wine Opener

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Need a practical gift for your favorite gadget-loving wine drinker? Electric corkscrews are all the rage, and this one from Cuisinart ($34.99) gets solid reviews for the price point. (Many electric cork removers on the market will run you over $100.) Here's a description of how it works:

The Cuisinart Electric Wine Opener uncorks up to 50 bottles on one charge, and recharges quickly with a NiMH battery pack and sleek, compact charging base. The wine opener powers through synthetic and natural corks without breakage - no more cork floating in the wine glass. With two buttons, it's easy to operate: Simply press "Remove" to uncork the wine, and "Eject" to release the cork from the screw.

Wine Chilling Wands

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If you've ever wanted a cold glass of white wine but didn't have the foresight to pop the bottle in the fridge ahead of time, you'll appreciate the usefulness of these stainless steel wine wands from Williams Sonoma ($39.95). Just keep them in the freezer and pop one into a glass of room temperature wine to chill it down in minutes. Unlike ice, you won't have to worry about these chillers watering down your vino.

Mae Champagne Gold Ice Bucket

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A champagne bucket is a great housewarming or hostess gift, and the sleek design and shiny gold finish of this bucket from CB2 ($59.95) is sure to get the party started. You can use it to hold a bottle of wine or champagne, or it can do double duty as an ice bucket. It measures 7.25"D. x 11"H. If you're looking for a great gift for someone who's a wine and style connoisseur, look no further.

Personalized Yeti (Wine?) Tumbler

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Want a personalized gift that's as useful as it is thoughtful? Check out this engraved tumbler from Etsy ($48.95). You pick the color, font, and text. Nothing keeps water, tea, or wine spritzers ice cold all day long like a Yeti.

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Lindsey Morse
Lindsey Morse

Lindsey is a professional baker, cold brew coffee addict, and rosé aficionado who loves writing about food and wine. When she’s not sharing her love of subscription boxes with the world, you’ll find her in the podcasting studio, perfecting her cake decorating techniques, or cursing her way through the New York Times daily crossword puzzle. 

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Heads up. The Juliet red and white wine glasses are unavailable until April.

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Lindsey Morse

Thank you so much for letting me know! I’ve updated the post. (It’s funny, I just ordered a few other things from Crate & Barrel and CB2, and I clocked a lot of back-ordered items. I wonder if they’re having issues with their supply chain…)

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Awesome. I love that wine wand! I must have that. I am going to check out the Juliet stemware too. I made myself a wine journal but could probably use some suggested word prompts to help me. I am working my way thru a Bright Cellars shipment now.
Great post of ideas!! Thanks.

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Lindsey Morse

Glad you enjoyed the list, JodyE! 🙂

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