Spring has (finally!) sprung: Flowers are blooming, deep cleaning has commenced and Easter Sunday is barreling toward us, post-haste. With all the busy work this season brings, putting together the best Easter baskets for everyone on your list is probably the last thing on your mind. But not to worry, we pulled together pre-made Easter baskets, filled with perfect treats for wine and food lovers, based on rave reviews from real customers and unique picks so you can cross this off your to-do list stat.
Each of these Easter basket picks are full of decadent chocolates and pourable wines, which can double as a bar restock and dessert after your holiday dinner. Or, these gifts can be tucked away for unwinding after the holiday chaos fizzles out.
Best Easter Baskets for Wine Lovers
California Gourmet Wine Gift Basket
Give your recipient a quick trip to the West Coast—no matter where they live. Alongside a bottle of California Chardonnay, you’ll find beef sausage, French truffles and more delicious snacks from the Golden State.
One reviewer gave this basket five stars and called it “the perfect gift.”
Easter Wine Duo
If you’re not sure the type of wine drinker you’re shopping for, Gourmet Gift Baskets’ Easter Wine Duo is a safe bet. The gift covers two main bases with Cabernet and Chardonnay from I Am Wines—plus some cheese, crackers and kettle corn for munching.
One customer wrote “very happy with the prompt attention and service and [I’m] extremely satisfied with the quality of the products in this basket.”
Fifth Avenue Supreme Basket
Hardcore red wine fans will thoroughly enjoy Gift Tree’s Fifth Avenue Supreme Basket, which includes a Pinot Noir and two reserve Cabernet Sauvignons. The added array of Godiva chocolates, churro almonds, artisan crisps and more will make the gift an experience to repeatedly delight in. One reviewer said it was “totally worth the price,” and another raved that the basket “exceeded expectations.”
Silver Oak & Cakebread Red Wine Gift Basket
Make sure the red wine lover at your party has something to sip on with this basket filled with two bottles of Cabernet Sauvignon. And while we know you’ll be serving plenty of delicious food, we don’t think your giftee will be able to resist opening up the included cheeses, chocolates, crackers and more. We will let the five-star reviews speak for themselves though, with one customer writing, “This was just what I was looking for and it was incredible how quickly they got it out.”
Best Easter Baskets for Rosé Lovers
Stop and Smell the Rosé
We firmly believe you can never have too many bottles on your home’s wine rack, which is why you truly can’t go wrong with a wine-themed Easter basket. Case in point, Harry & David’s Stop and Smell the Rosé basket, which features a selection of sweets, a pair of stemless wine glasses and a Harry & David 2021 rosé.
Customers love the chocolate-covered pretzels, the colorful packaging and of course, the wine, which one reviewer called “a magical hit!”
Cupcake Six-Pack & Rosé and Moscato
Alongside a bottle of Ilo Moscato California sparkling wine and Ilo California rosé wine, you’ll find three red velvet cupcakes and chocolate ganache cupcakes.
It has nearly 50 five-star reviews. As one customer wrote, it’s the “perfect gift for anyone on the run when you can’t decide for something big. I highly recommend [it] and is very good, not too sweet but the flavor of the cupcakes is perfect.”
Best Easter Basket for Beer Lovers
The Ultimate Beer Crate
Who says the holidays have to mean wine? If your giftee leans more into beer than wine during Easter, this beer basket is a quality pick. Each set comes with four beers that showcase different drink styles and are paired with tasty nibbles like garlic sausage and teriyaki beef jerky. But we will let the five-star reviews speak for themselves. One customer wrote “My husband loved this gift basket! The beers and the snacks were all very tasty. We will definitely [be] ordering again!”
Best Non-Alcoholic Easter Baskets
Cupcakes & Tost Non-Alcoholic Rosé Gift Set
Speaking of gifts that aren’t wine, if your giftee isn’t imbibing this holiday, but loves something sweet, give them this adorable set. Each gift comes with a bottle of non-alcoholic sparkling wine, paired perfectly with a red velvet cupcake jar and a chocolate ganache cupcake jar. One five-star reviewer wrote, “Perfect gift for anyone on the run when you can’t decide [on] something big. I highly recommend [it] and [it] is very good. [The cupcakes are] not too sweet but the flavor of the cupcakes is perfect.”
California Delicious Golden State Gourmet Foods Gift Basket
In this basket, you’ll find a non-alcoholic bottle of sparkling cider and plenty of snacks from the Golden State like sausages, cheese, chocolates and more. Another bonus? Cider pairs perfectly with a wide array of dishes and small bites that you’ll serve at your Easter feast. One happy customer wrote, “I’m very satisfied. They are perfect for the holidays! The service could not be beat!”
Best Easter Basket for Champagne Lovers
Laurent-Perrier Limited La Box en Pink Gift Set
For the French wine lover who also loves the perfect shade of lipstick, this limited-edition box set is the perfect gift. The box features a bottle of Champagne Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé for celebratory pours and luxury beauty products like a lip set, hair mist and skincare kit. Plus, they’ll get a wow-worthy custom scarf, pink stone necklace and even a reusable jewelry box. Bonus: the gifts included are all women-led or owned brands, making this an essential gift for the boss lady in your life. One reviewer who purchased the wine wrote, “The nicest Champagne we’ve ever had!”
Best Easter Basket for Chocolate Lovers
Premium Easter Moët and Chocolate Gift Tower
Look, Easter and bubbles go hand-in-hand, which is what makes this basket the perfect gift. And if you know someone who loves to flex their bartending skills when the family gathers together, this cocktail kit is essential. Along with a mini bottle of bubbly, you’ll find a strawberry lemonade mixer for delicious sparkling drinks and snacks like cheese, crackers, cookies, cinnamon and brown sugar popcorn and much more.
How to DIY the Best Easter Baskets
If you do find yourself with time and can’t find the right Easter baskets to fit your list, try a DIY Easter basket. Retailers make it easy to self-assemble creative arrangements. Grab an empty basket or unconventional bag, order a mix of treats, candies and drinks and you’re ready to go.
For example, Uncommon Goods offers a fruit and spice alcohol infusion kit for easily elevated cocktails, frozen wine slushie mix for impending warm summer days and beer sleeping bag koozies, because who doesn’t need one of those? You’ll have a perfectly curated Easter basket in no time—just in time for the holiday.