Pair the perfect evening comfortably on the couch with your favorite TV show with a glass of wine for National Wine Day.
The occasion is the perfect excuse to sip and relax each year on the 25th of May.
Wine, a drink made by crushing grapes, has become a very popular alcoholic drink around the world.
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Wine is often brought to dinner parties, birthdays, or even a summer barbecue to enjoy immediately or as a gift.
If you’re shopping for a wine-loving friend or family member and looking to switch up your gift game, consider one of these ideas instead of just a bottle.
- wine glasses and glasses
- insulated wine bottle
- wine travel bag
- wine cooler sleeve
- Wine/champagne bucket
- wine cooler fridge or rack
- corkscrew wine opener
- Outdoor Drink Covers for Wine Glasses
- cheese basket
- wine stain remover
1. Wine glasses and glasses
Wine glasses and glasses are a must for wine lovers. Glasses are sold at a variety of price points, so shop around, you’re sure to find something within your budget.
Consider whether the wine lover is a red or white wine drinker and purchase a set of glasses that best complements the type of wine.
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2. Insulated Wine Bottle
Insulated wine bottles are ideal for summer parties or any outdoor event.
You can pour wine into the large bottle to keep it cool all day while in the sun.
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3. Wine travel bag
Another great gift for the wine-goer is a wine cooler bag. These bags come in shoulder bags and backpacks for easy portability.
These are perfect for bringing wine to any occasion and keeping the temperature cool while enjoying the outdoors.
4. Wine cooler sleeve
A wine cooler sleeve slips right over a standard wine bottle and chills the drink.
They are quite cheap and there are some brands that sell them in packages.
5. Wine/champagne bucket
Every wine lover should have a wine bucket in their home.
They are great for entertaining large groups and keeping multiple bottles cold at once. They come in different sizes. Some fit just one bottle and some will fit multiple bottles.
Fill the bucket with bottles and top with ice for an aesthetically pleasing and practical wine display.
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6. Refrigerator or wine rack
This gift is more expensive than the ones mentioned so far. However, if your budget has leeway, this is a great gift to consider for storing wine.
A less expensive version of a wine cooler is a wine rack. They’re available at a number of home improvement stores and bring a sense of organization and order to a corner filled with wine bottles.
7. Corkscrew corkscrew
Corkscrews are inexpensive and, of course, very necessary to open a bottle and enjoy it.
If you want to splurge, electric wine openers can also be purchased.
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8. Outdoor Drink Covers for Wine Glasses
National Wine Day is celebrated during the spring and the warm months are upon us. Wine consumption is meant to occur outdoors.
Outdoor drink covers sit on top of wine glasses to keep wine safe from bugs and garden debris.
9. cheese basket
Wine and cheese are the perfect pairing. Assemble a basket or charcuterie board with an assortment of cheeses to give as a gift to the wine lover in your life.
Include crackers, breads and a selection of meats for a truly special gift. Don’t forget the bottle of wine in the basket.
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10 wine stain remover
Wine and coffee are two of the most difficult stains to remove from clothing.
Give a packet of wine-specific stain removers as a gift to someone who drinks a lot of the beverage, as they are likely to spill.
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