8 of the Best Wine Gift Baskets

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We’ve all been there. That moment where you’ve crossed all the names off your shopping list except for one—and you have no idea what to get them. And if that person is a wine lover it can make it even more difficult. Do you get them a special bottle, a wine tote, decanter or something completely different?

That’s where wine gift baskets can come in handy. These crowd pleasers not only come with a bottle for your giftee to enjoy, but also cheese, charcuterie, glassware and more.

So, whether you’re shopping for a specific person, or just looking to have an extra gift on-hand, check out some of our favorite wine and food gift baskets below.

8 of Our Favorite Wine Gift Baskets

1. For the Wine and Cheese Lover: 

Harry & David’s Deluxe Cheese Crate with Wine

Perfect for anyone who enjoys having a glass of wine with a snack, this gift basket is sure to please even the pickiest giftee. Inside, you’ll find a bottle Pinot Noir with cheeses from Sartori, Rogue Creamery and more.

$99.99 Harry & David

2. For the Person Who Likes To Be the Life of the Party:

 Brut Strength Champagne Crate

This isn’t your typical gift basket, and you will have to provide the bottle of bubbly (don’t worry, we’ve got you covered), but we think this is perfect for the giftee who has a flair for the dramatic. Inside, you’ll find two flutes, mixed nuts and a stainless-steel saber that you can have custom engraved. If you can’t finish your bottle, don’t fret! This kit also comes with a stopper to help preserve those bubbles. Before attempting, please check out this guide on how to property saber a bottle of Champagne.

 

$89.99 Man Crate

3. For the Person Who Always Likes to Try Something New: 

Wild Child Wines

Perfect for wine fans who like to taste different things, this basket includes eight mini bottles to try. Inside you’ll find sample sizes of Sangiovese, Tempranillo and more.

 

$65 In Good Taste

4. For the Rosé Fan:

Rosé All Day Gift Crate

Nothing pairs with a sunny afternoon quite like a bottle of rosé. And in this basket, you’ll find everything you need for an afternoon outdoors, including cheese, crackers, lemon cookies and—of course—a bottle of rosé.

$79.99 Gourmet Gift Baskets

5. For the Champagne Lover:

Veuve Clicquot Champagne Gift Basket

Veuve Clicquot is one of the oldest Champagne houses in France and was helmed by Madame Clicquot, the first woman to do so. You can enjoy that history with this gift basket featuring a bottle of Champagne from the storied house. Inside you’ll also find chocolates, chocolate covered oranges and more.

 

$165 Hickory Farms

6. For Canned Wine Lover:

From Our Home To Yours! Wine & Cheese

Founded by Charles Smith in 2004, House Wine is known for making great-value wines packaged in cans, bottles and boxes. Enjoy the company’s Sauvignon Blanc and Red Blend along with Brooklyn Cured’s sweet soppressata, Mountain View Farms’ garlic cheese and more, all packaged in an adorable house.

 

$69.99 Gourmet Gift Baskets

7. For the West Coast Wine Lover:

California Coast Snacks & Wine Gift Set

No matter where your giftee happens to be located, you can bring a bit of the West Coast to their door with this basket. In addition to a bottle of Merlot and Sauvignon Blanc made with California grapes, this package also comes with cheeses, cured meats and more from The Golden State.

 

$69.99 Hickory Farms

8. For the Non-Alcoholic Fan:

Pop the Bubbly

If you know someone with a celebratory spirit who doesn’t drink alcohol, this basket has their name all over it. It features Töast, an non-alcoholic sparkling wine, plus a kit for whipping up bubbly non-alcoholic cocktails, two glasses and—naturally—confetti.

$97 Knack
Published on March 17, 2022
Topics: Handpicked