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6 Amazing Gift Ideas For Someone Who Loves Wine

Millennial Magazine- someone who loves wine

Many people enjoy drinking alcohol, whether it’s having a beer with friends or a flute of champagne at a wedding. Some folks enjoy a shot of whiskey, whilst others like to mix Tequila cocktails at home. It may be that you know someone who loves wine, and you’re wondering what to get them as a gift. If so, this article will provide you with 6 amazing ideas that could make their day extra special.

Start with Wine Pairings

If you want to make an unusual gift to a wine-lover, then you should start with wine pairings; something that goes perfectly with wine. Here, the first thing that will come to your mind is cheese! Yes, cheese is a perfect wine pairing. There is a vast variety of cheese to match any kind of wine. For example, salt cheese balances well with sweet wines, creamy cheeses blend with bitter wines, etc.

Another good pairing is a cigar! A quality Cuban Cigar and wine will make excellent ‘partners’. For example, the white wine will pair smoothly with lighter to medium cigars, like Romeo y Julieta Churchills, Trinidad fundadores, or El Rey del Mundo types. Whereas medium to full-bodied cigars like Montecristo, Davidoff, or H.Upmann cigars will be a perfect choice for red wine. Choose the wine type, and it’ll be easy to find the right cheese and cigar.

Wine Club Membership

This would provide your friend with access to exclusive wines that they might not be able to find at their local wine store. In addition, these clubs often offer discounts on wine purchases and other perks such as free shipping. Another related gift idea is a wine of the month club membership. These clubs similarly provide access to exclusive wines and benefits. However, wine of the month clubs usually sends wine bottles that are themed around a certain type of wine or region. This can be a great gift for someone who loves trying new wines and who wants to expand their knowledge.

It’s worth starting your search online, and Googling the various clubs. You can see by visiting https://www.thewineclubreviews.com/firstleaf-review/ that club members often want to be educated about their wines, including their body and sweetness, tasting notes, dish pairing recommendations, and places of origin. Such websites often have returns policies, the ability to cancel subscriptions, and exclusive coupons for next-day deliveries.

A Visit To A Winery

Wineries will have vines and grapevines growing all around the property, and they will be used to make their own wine.  Such places often offer wine tastings and tours that provide a behind-the-scenes look at the entire process. Whilst some wineries offer complimentary tours, others will charge a small fee. During the tour, your friend will learn about the winemaking process and have a chance to taste different wines. They may also have the opportunity to purchase wine directly from the winery.

Once you’ve found a local winery that looks interesting, be sure to check their website or call ahead to make sure they will be open when you plan to visit. Many wineries close for winter months or only offer limited hours during certain times of the year.

A Wine-Tasting Party

This could be a great get-together of friends or family, where each person brings wine for sampling. It can be as simple as opening up a few bottles and passing them around, or you can make it more formal by providing wine glasses and having everyone taste the wines in a specific order. You could pick a theme, being anything from “white wines only” to “red wines from Italy”. Make sure there are enough wine glasses for everyone, plus a couple of extras in case someone drops one (or you have unexpected guests)!

Wine tastings can be dehydrating, so make sure you have plenty of water on hand. Try serving a variety of different snacks that pair well with wine. Not everyone has the same budget for wine, so decide ahead of time what your price limit will be. This will help guests choose wines they know they can afford.

A Wine Cooler

This is a device used to store wine at the correct temperature. Thermoelectric wine coolers work by transferring heat from one side of the cooling unit to the other. Compressor wine coolers use a refrigerant gas that circulates around coils in order to remove heat from the wine.

Which type of cooler you go for really depends on how often your friend would plan to use it, and how much wine they would want to store. If they’re only going to use it occasionally or if they don’t have a lot of wine, a thermoelectric wine cooler is the better option. However, if your friend would like something that will keep your wine cold all the time (or if they have a large collection of wine) a compressor wine cooler would be better.

What To Look For

When purchasing a wine cooler, there are several factors you need to consider:

  • Size: Make sure to choose one that fits comfortably in the space available. 
  • Temperature range: The wine cooler should be able to cool your friend’s wine to the correct temperature.
  • Noise level: Some wine coolers are louder than others. Make sure you choose one that won’t disturb your friend or their guests.
  • Capacity: How much wine will your friend want to store in the wine cooler?
  • Price: Wine coolers can vary in price, so make sure you find one that fits within your budget.

A Wine Rack

This is a cabinet, countertop, or shelf designed to store wine bottles. Wine racks are made from many materials such as wood, metal, and glass. Some are even made from recycled objects such as old crates. Wine racks come in all shapes and sizes and can be used for both decorative and functional purposes in the home. They are generally used to store wine bottles horizontally, which keeps the cork moist and prevents the wine from oxidizing.

There are many different types of wine racks available on the market, so take your time and find the one that best suits the needs of your friend. Some popular types include:

  • Countertop Wine Racks
  • Floor Standing Wine Racks
  • Wall Mounted Wine Racks
  • Modular Wine Racks
  • Glass Racks

A Bottle Opener, Corkscrew, Or Wine Stopper

These example presents are perfect for people who are on a low budget. A bottle opener is a must-have, especially if the person you’re buying for enjoys craft beers as well. A corkscrew is perfect for opening those tougher bottles of wine, and the wine stopper will keep their drink fresh until they’re ready to enjoy it again.

Hopefully, you have now seen something that would make a perfect wine gift for your friend. If not, check out buying a new set of wine glasses, a decanter, or a wine aerator. If you choose wisely, your friends will be surprised and delighted, and able to enjoy their love of wine more than ever.

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Written by Heather Redding

Heather Redding is a tech enthusiast and freelance writer. She is a coffee-addict who enjoys swimming and reading. Street photography is her newly discovered artistic outlet and she likes to capture life's little moments with her camera.

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