Attending a party this holiday season? Don’t give a bottle of wine to your host; they already have wine! (And if they don’t, why are you going to this party anyway?) Below you’ll find some amazing, interesting, non-bottle-of-wine gifts that will make you the hit of the holiday season.
Improve bad wines and filter out sulfites with this wine purifier. Any wine lover will enjoy this gadget, which can sit either on a glass itself while you pour or over a decanter or carafe.
The scent of a fresh cut Christmas tree brings back favorite holiday memories. Reminisce about your holiday memories, and create new ones with our winter seasonal candle that offers inviting notes of blue spruce and a hint of bright citrus.
Pop those corks…and create a wine cork trivet kit. Made of mahogany wood, our cork trivet protects surfaces from hot pots while displaying corks from your favorite wines.
We supply the hardwood frame and instructions. You supply the wine corks.
A hostess gift should be, above all things, useful—though super cute doesn’t hurt, either! These recipe cards are the perfect addition to any kitchen, and they’re perfect for keeping your favorite recipes handy.
Everyone loves a good cheese board! Treat your hostess to a sleek and stylish cheese board and knife set—just right for every party.
This new edition of Wine Folly has over twice the content. This is your quick reference guide to wine, whether you’re just getting started or an industry professional.
Rustic yet refined, these sets are ideal for the avid entertainer and are great to slip into a picnic basket (along with your favorite cuvée) to make an alfresco lunch a little more special. Handmade in Laramie, Wyoming.
For the finale of a great meal, you may be torn between the accompaniment of another glass of wine, or a comforting cup of coffee. But why not have both? These merlot-infused beans make the perfect after-dinner brew. The 100% Arabica beans are aged in oak wine barrels for a unique profile of fresh, red berry flavors and subtle hints of currants and blackberries.
To craft these all-natural vegan soaps, Heather Swanepoel blends notes from popular red and white wine varieties with complementary scents and oils—such as citrus for “chardonnay” and berries, plums, and apples for “pinot noir”—resulting in a series of sublimely scented soaps that bear the distinctive shades and subtle fragrances of the vinos that inspired them.