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If like me, you have wine enthusiasts or oenophiles (just had to work that word in somewhere!) on your gift list, then this list of 9 Best Gifts for Wine Lovers will be so handy. These gift ideas reinforce the art and science behind wine and the enjoyment of it.


“Beer is made by men, wine by God.”
― Martin Luther

Truth…though raised by and married to beer lovers, I just cannot drink the stuff! In fact, I spent my whole 4 years in college without letting beer pass my lips…needless to say, I was often the designated driver.

But wine, now that’s another story. With maturity, my appreciation of wines has blossomed and I now enjoy a glass while cooking our dinner each night and pairing a good wine with the meal I am serving.

Over the years we have purchased, have gifted or have been gifted several wine-related items and have our eyes on others. Here are some suggestions for the best gifts for wine lovers, in no particular order.

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Take a look at some of these gifts and chime in the comments with your favorite gift idea. I will be randomly drawing one name at the end of November from all of the comments to win a Vinturi Wine Aerator, which is one of my hubby’s favorite wine tools.


Chocolate and Wine Pairing Bars

Each of these 4 chocolate bars is formulated with flavors that will pair well with specific wines. Not only is this a great gift for wine lovers, but I’m planning to have a set of chocolate bars at our next dinner party.

Wine and Chocolate Pairing Bars...1 of 9 Best Gifts for Wine Lovers


Vinturi Essential Red Wine Aerator Pourer

Earthy-flavored red wines often benefit from aerating before serving. We received this aerator as a Christmas gift several years back and use it regularly. It makes a great gift and stocking stuffer.

Vinturi Wine Aerator...1 of 9 Best Gifts for Wine Lovers

Pulltap (by Pulltex) Corkscrew

This classic Corkscrew (known as ‘the waiter’s friend’), made by Pulltex from Spain, is rated by Food & Wine as The Best Overall Corkscrew. Its double-hinged fulcrum helps maintain leverage, even with the worm twisted all the way into the cork. The simple form and function of this classic corkscrew assures that it will always be among the best gifts for Wine Lovers.

Pulltex Cork Screw...1 of 9 best gifts for wine enthusiasts


Corksicle Triple Insulated Stemless Wine Glass

These insulated wine glasses are perfect for drinks on the beach or at your local outdoor concert. We find them incredibly handy during our local summer concert series where we can bring our picnic dinners.

Corksicle Stemless Insulated Wine Glass...1 of 9 best gifts for wine enthusiasts

Wine Decanter Set

Sssssh…don’t tell my husband…but this will be under the Christmas tree for him this year. He has been using my water decanter…which is fine…unless I want a decanter of water on the table. This one has great reviews and I like that you can easily pour the unused wine back in the bottle through the aerator piece. It comes with cleaning beads and a drying rack. Plus, it’s really nice looking!


Vacu Vin Wine Saver Pump

If you are looking for an economical and unique gift for your wine lover, then this vacuum pump might just be the ticket. It’s the perfect tool when you have several bottles opened and need to save them. This pump removes the air and secures them for future use. It is also available with 6 stoppers.



Wine Folly: The Master Guide

I can think of so many people who would enjoy this Amazon Bestseller. With descriptions of grapes and wine colors to food & wine pairing charts, this book is perfect for the wine enthusiast who wants to take their wine game up a notch!


Wine Chiller Stick

“Oh, Rats!”

That exclamation was frequently heard at 5 p.m. when I would open my fridge and find nary a bottle of chilled wine. 😱

Enter this Wine Chiller Stick. It takes up very little room in the freezer and will chill a bottle of wine in 15 minutes! If you or your wine lover don’t have a wine cooler or don’t have enough room in a refrigerator, then this is a great gift.




Wine Food

I am always on the lookout for new cookbooks and this book, which combines suggestions for wine pairings with recipes, sounds like the perfect addition to my cookbook library. The reviews are fantastic and it was just added to my Christmas wish list!

Wine Food Book...1 of 9 Best Gifts for Wine Lovers

Well, there you go my friends…Nine Great Gift Ideas for Wine Lovers. And don’t forget to leave a comment with your favorite from this list! I will be randomly drawing a name at the end of November to win the Vinturi Wine Aerator.

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  1. Lori

    September 30, 2019 at 12:02 pm

    I just love the Chocolate and Wine Pairing bars. I can see a chocolate and wine pairing party in my near future!

    • lynn

      September 30, 2019 at 5:11 pm

      Right! I’m going to do it at my next game crew night! Thanks for taking a minute to chime in…your response is recorded.



  2. Toni

    September 30, 2019 at 2:49 pm

    All of these are great ideas. Love the chocolates. Sometimes I’m wary of taking wine as a gift if I don’t know the people well. You never know who’s not drinking these days. Thanks for all your wonderful info. And I LOVE your recipes.

    • lynn

      September 30, 2019 at 5:10 pm

      Hi Toni…yup, I gift wine and wine gifts only to folks that I know like wine! And you are so welcome! Thanks so much for taking time from your day to read and to chime in! So very appreciated.



  3. Peggy williams

    October 1, 2019 at 8:10 pm

    The chocolate &wine pairing bars will be a perfect stocking stuffer. Thank you for the great wine ideas.

    • lynn

      October 14, 2019 at 10:09 am

      You are so welcome Peggy…and you are entered!

    • lynn

      October 14, 2019 at 10:18 am

      Thanks for chiming in Peggy! You have been entered into the drawing!



  4. leslie teague

    October 14, 2019 at 11:51 am

    Oh any of the books!! Plus that decanter is beautiful. I need a good, easy aerator! thanks for all the great idea. 🙂

    • lynn

      October 14, 2019 at 3:08 pm

      I think those books are winners! Hubby is getting that decanter…don’t tell him.

      Thanks for commenting…you have been ‘registered’



  5. TerriSue

    October 14, 2019 at 10:52 pm

    guess the wine aerator would be my choice. I’m not usually a red wine drinker but my husband died in January unexpectedly. He left me a lot of red wine as that was his favorite. Maybe if I had this I would like it better. At least I would be able to enjoy drinking it to his memory.

    • lynn

      October 15, 2019 at 7:21 am

      Oh, TerriSue

      I am so sorry! I can only imagine that this has been a horribly tough year for you. But I do love that you will raise a glass of his red wine in his memory.

      I have you entered for the aerator my friend.




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