Cheers to Our Sip Sip Hooray Top 12 Wine Holiday Gift Guide! Gifts for Every Budget and Last Minute Gifts.

Cheers to Our Sip Sip Hooray Top 12 Wine Holiday Gift Guide! Gifts for Every Budget and Last Minute Gifts.

We’ve made our list and we’re checking it twice. Whether you’re gifting the wine lovers in your life – or treating yourself, The Marys have got you covered! These are our top 12 picks – none of them sponsored so the list truly is all of our favorites.

Sure it’s easy to pick out some nice wines or bubbly, but our gift picks are sure to bring the holiday cheer to last much longer than an opened bottle of wine.

1. High Camp Flasks Parkside Flask™ 750 ($125) You can take your wine with you and keep it chilled! Leave the glass and plastic behind on your next picnic with the Parkside Flask™ 750. Inspired by impromptu trips to the beach and leisurely afternoons in the park, this 3-piece wine set fits a full bottle and packs everything you need to sip in style.

You can also get the Parkside Flask™ 375, which holds a half bottle of wine, for $89

2. VoChill Stemless Wine Chiller ($44.95)

Have a white or rosé wine fan on your list? VoChill is the gift that keeps on giving year round. Mary O lives in the desert and when the weather heats up, she needs a way to keep her wine cool. So she put VoChill to the test. After putting the “chill cradle” in the freezer for 3 hours, this glass holder is ready to go. And while the company says wine stats chilled for up to an hour? Mary O discovered that her wine was still deliciously cool even 2-3 hours later. VoChill can also be used for any chilled beverage of your choice. No drips, no condensation, no fuss.

VoChill also makes a stemmed wine glass chiller $49.95 each

3. VinoBuddy© – Wine chiller stick ($39.95 on sale for $29.95) A slim stainless steel rod goes from your freezer to your bottle to chill and keep wine cool for hours. All you have to do is pour – the VinoBubby comes with its own pouring spout, which also aerates the wine as you pour.

4. Glasvin – Luxury Glassware That Won’t Break The Bank (starting at $39.50 per stem)

A glassware company has created a stemware line that is not only beautiful and enhances your enjoyment of wine, but it’s also dishwasher safe. Glasvin stems look delicate but they are dishwasher safe, giving Riedel and Zalto crystal glass vibes at a less expensive price point.

Love the sound when you clink glasses – it is richer and deeper

GV – Glasvin Home is a new line of sturdier glasses, still hand blown, lower price point. All purpose glasses ($48 for 2 glasses ($24/stem)

5. eto Wine Decanter and Preserver – the Wine Decanter Reinvented (from $185)

Pour your wine into this beautiful decanter, and as you pour, the system pushes oxygen out of the decanter, allowing you to go back and enjoy the wine at another time, without loosing any freshness.

6. Coravin Wine Preservers

  • Coravin Sparkling – Keeps Bubbles Lively Long After The Cork Pop ($399 on sale for $279)

This is a splurge – but it’s a game changer for sparkling wine lovers. Mary O tested out this bubbly saver and was super impressed, when 9 days after first opening a bottle of the Paula Kornell California Brut, the bubbles were just as lively as on day 1. Can’t finish the bottle? No worries. Coravin Sparkling extends the life of any sparkling wine for, as the company states, up to four weeks. That is if you can keep bubbly around that long. Stoppers fit standard 750 ml and magnum size sparkling wine bottles only. Can’t use same gas cartridges as the still wine Coravin models use. Pro tip…sign up for Club Coravin to get discounts on capsules and email alerts for sales — there are especially good sales around the holidays!

  • Corvin Pivot – Keeps Wine Fresh Long After The First Pour ($119 on sale for $83.30)

The ingenious combination of the Pivot Stopper and Device preserves the remaining bottle for up to 4 weeks, ensuring the last glass is just as amazing as the first. No needles! No corks breaking or leaking.

7. The Durand® Wine Opener – The Corkscrew You Never Knew You Needed ($135)

If your gift recipient loves older vintages, The Durand will be a lifesaver. The Durand removes old and fragile corks whole and undamaged. Instructions for use are printed on the inside of the reusable wrapper that encloses the cork presentation box of the Durand.

8. Etsy Wine-themed Lazy Susan and other handcrafted wine gifts from Etsy ($149-$200). Mary Babbitt’s picks are VineRedesign’s Sassicaia wine crate theme Lazy Susan 17 Inches ($149.99) and the Rombauer Wine Crate Lazy Susan ($170) from AlpineWineDesign. Mary B notes you can contact Etsy designers to create your own original gift.

9. Online Digital Wine Gifts – Great Last Minute Gift Ideas!

  • Master The World Tasting Kits ($100-$150) – At home wine tasting experiences and education curated by Master Sommlier Evan Goldstein along with other of his MS friends.
  • WineSpeed from Karen MacNeil Newsletter Subscription ($75-$125/year) includes personal note from The Wine Bible author Karen MacNeil
  • SOMMTV subscription ($49/year). A wine video content platform from SOMMTV movie director Jason Wise.
  • Sommsation Gift Card for “Sunday School” and other virtual or onsite tastings/sommelier services and sommelier curated wines.

10. Wine Tasting Experiences – Give a friend traveling to wine country the gift of a wine experience, ranging from tasting several wines to a full wine and food pairing. These are often customizable by working with individual wineries (prices vary). Mary B mentions a few on the posher side, including offerings from Round Pond Estate in Napa Valley’s Rutherford and mentions the four course wine and food pairing, created with ingredients from the garden (Il Pranzo $225/person). She also talks about Ashes & Diamonds in Napa where guests can enjoy a number of experiences, including the A&D Vintage Experience featuring a steakhouse-inspired pairing ($350). Both wineries also offer experiences for less than $100.

Napa Valley Wine Train Gift Cards (starting at $225). From a full day exploring Napa Valley to a special experience at Grgich Hills Winery famous for Chardonnay, you can find a train ride for anyone on your holiday list.

11. VinGardeValise Wine Luggage

VinGardeValise Grande Wine Luggage, 12 Bottles ($379.95)

VinGardeValise Grande Wine Luggage, 8 Bottles ($339.95)

VinGardeValise Grande Wine Luggage, 5 Bottles ($289.95)

12. LEVERLOC Wine Glass Holder for Shower ($14.99 free delivery with Amazon Prime). Suction Cup Bathtub Wine Glass Holder for Beer, Wine, Drinks. Portable Wall-Mounted Wine Cup Holder for Bathtub, Shower, Kitchen, Waterproof & Removable.