- For both new and ultra-seasoned wine lovers in your life, there are perfect gifts for all.
Wine is a crucial ingredient in the festive season. For all those oenophiles on your list, a favorite bottle or a stylish sipping accessory that may not already be on their radar will make the perfect present. For both new and ultra-seasoned wine lovers in your life, there are perfect gifts for all.
Of course, there are the “can’t go wrong” wine accessories that any wine lover, both snob, or newbie will appreciate. A classic set of Riedel stemless glasses with a simple decanter is a never fail gift. And one can never have enough wine bottle stoppers and corkscrews, particularly the stylish kind.
Then there are the more out-of-the-box wine-related treats. A wine advent calendar offering a glass of wine for the merry 12 days of Christmas might be a great way to show a wine lover you care. Some fun and stylish goblets may switch up with sipping or perhaps a thoughtful cork holder designed by wine critic James Suckling himself.
For the major wine snobs in our lives, the all-encompassing The Impossible Collection of Wine by Assouline has a real wow factor. It’s as stunning as it is enormous. Or go for a food pairing gift like a Cheesemonger’s Pick of the month subscription for Murray’s Cheese.
If you’re really reaching for the stars, luxury retailer Moda Operandi is offering a once-in-a-lifetime trip to the wine country led by The Michelin Guide and its official wine provider, Wine Access. The food and wine dynamic duo are teaming up with winemaker Maayan Koschitzky (formerly of Screaming Eagle and Dalla Valle) and Chef Michael Tusk of the three-starred Michelin restaurant Quince to offer one epic trip that any discerning wine aficionado would die for.