The Best Gifts for Wine Lovers (2021)

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From Coravins to glassware, we could all use that extra addition to our bar cart to make pouring a glass that much better. Whether you’re shopping for a collector with an enviable cellar or someone who is just starting to explore wine, we’ve got you covered with these accessories.

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1. For Someone Who Never Finishes the Bottle: Coravin Sparkling Wine Preservation

The bestselling wine preservation system Coravin comes in clutch on many occasions. It recently debuted the Coravin Sparkling Wine Preservation system, made to fit any shape of 750mL sparkling wine bottle. The airtight-sealing stopper blankets your precious bubbly with carbon dioxide, ensuring that bubbles keep bubbling and that flavors stay fresh for up to four weeks after enjoying your first sip.

$399 Wine Enthusiast

2. For the Cool Drinker: Artet x Mamo Inverted Bundle

Sure, drinking is fun, but sometimes a little taste or sip is all you want. These artful, blown glass vessels are a joy to drink from, whether you crave a full pour or just a splash. The Artet x Mamo Inverted Bundle cups look similar to a jigger, but are actually two drinking cups in one. Novel? Sure. Useful? Most definitely.

$52 Artet

3. Best Eco-Friendy Wine Glasses: Wine Bottle Drinking Glasses Mixed Set of 4

These stemless wine glasses made from recycled wine bottles are upcycled wine décor for discerning enthusiasts. They retain the elements that we’ve come to know and love about wine bottles: their heft along with the concave punt at the bottom. These are for the true vino aficionado, and a great blend of style and functionality.

$38 Uncommon Goods

4. For the Traveling Wine Enthusiast: Genuine Buffalo Leather 2-Bottle Wine Tote with Waiter’s Corkscrew

If you’ve ever been tasked with the important job of bringing wine to a gathering, you know how stressful it can be to make sure everything arrives in one piece. That’s where this wine tote comes in.

Made with buffalo leather, the bag’s padded sections safely fit two bottles of wine, and the middle divider can be removed to best accommodate your haul. On the wine bottle bag’s exterior, you’ll find zipper pockets perfect for storing items like your keys and wallet.

As an added bonus, this bag comes with a waiter’s corkscrew, because what good is a bottle of wine if you can’t open it?

$100–$120 Wine Enthusiast

5. For the Backyard Host: Double-Wall Flared Iceless Chiller and Spiral Design Tumblers 5-Piece Set

While an ice bucket can help keep wine chilled, it always seems to melt in a matter of minutes. This double-walled cooler, however, doesn’t need ice and can keep pre-chilled bottles at the perfect temperature for hours. Its matching glasses also have a double wall, which not only looks elegant but keeps hands from warming up your bubbly or rosé.

$100 Wine Enthusiast

6. Top Gift for Dinner Hosts: Zenology Somm Universal Wine Glass (Set of 2)

Crafted by 15 different glassblowers, Zenology glasses are a must have for wine drinkers. These glasses tailored to create the perfect wine tasting experience, and their long, thin stems will bring elegance to any table.

$70 Wine Enthusiast

7. For the Wine and Cheese Lover: Tower Decanter Cheese Board

If you’re enjoying an evening of wine and cheese, make sure everything you need is in one place. The standing decanter will make sure that special bottle you’ve been saving is ready to serve, while the board will beautifully display your cheese and other snacks. There’s even a drawer to store your corkscrew.

$250-$300 Wine Enthusiast

8. Favorite Gift for the Fancy Wine Drinker: Double Aerating Decanter

This unique decanter will aerate your wine twice. And not only that, but it will also look beautiful while doing it.

$100 Wine Enthusiast

Published on October 22, 2021
Topics: Handpicked