It’s no secret that I love wine! It makes my allergies even more terrible than they already are. I get terrible headaches. But I can’t quit it! Not only is wine delicious to drink, but wine-related gifts are also great for girlfriends! I found some awesome items on Amazon that make the perfect gifts for wine lovers in your life!
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Online wine gifts help me take care of gift-giving for my girlfriends throughout the year. Amazon Prime has changed my life and you can find almost everything that you need without leaving your house.
It’s pretty awesome. Sometimes buying actual wine can be hard because if you don’t know a lot about wine, you may not know what bottle to buy someone. But if you know they love wine, a wine-themed gift is always a good idea!
This holiday gift guide contains a bunch of reasonably priced wine gifts that fit just about any budget! And with Prime, you get free shipping! Man do I love free shipping!
If you want to just jump over to my Amazon Influencer Page to shop, click here to go to my Wine Gifts List.
Gifts for Wine Lovers
Give the Gift of a Wine Club!
First off, the BEST gift for a wine lover is a wine club! I love Winc and have been a member for several years.
What I love about this wine club is that my standard order is just 3 bottles (mostly priced around $13). It’s totally reasonable.
Being a part of Winc has been so much fun and allowed me to try new to me wine brands and varieties. It’s a fun way to wine taste at home.
And when I don’t need wine, I can just skip a month. Super easy!
Fun Wine Christmas Gift Ideas
Most of these gifts are under $25 and will definitely cause smiles (and more wine drinking).
Sangria Jam The perfect wine for breakfast! Sangria Jam would be a fun gift idea for the brunch-loving gal!
Wine Key Sure, she’ll already have a wine opener but does she have one as cute as this wine key that also opens beer??
Wine Tasting Journal This book is a great way for her to keep track of the wines she has tried and note the ones she wants to try again! This would also be a great favor idea for a rosé tasting party.
Champagne Cotton Candy Wine themed and flavored candy is always a good idea.
Wine Socks – If You Can You Read This… These funny socks are just helpful…
Govino Unbreakable Wine Glasses Some acrylic wine glasses ARE better than others and I love these by Govino. They are made from plastic that is thin and smooth and I love the shape of the glass with the little notch for your thumb. These are great for outdoor sipping.
Wine Bottle String Lights What’s a gal to do with all those empty bottles? I like to use them to serve water at parties, but they are also a really fun way to decorate! Sparkly little lights make the bottles practically glow!
Wine Tea Towel This tea towel is hysterical! Such a fun idea to gift along with a bottle of wine.
Insulated Wine Tumbler I hate when my wine gets warm! This fun wine gift idea will help keep your drink cold and look cute too!
Wine All the Time Book by Marissa Ross Marissa Ross is my favorite wine writer and she wrote a book last year. It’s full of great information and really helps to make wine tasting not feel so snobby.
Electric Wine Opener An electric wine opener is a great idea! We don’t want your girlfriends to get carpal tunnel from opening all her wine bottles!
Vacu Vin Wine Stoppers There are all kinds of wine stoppers, but I love my Vacu Vin. You pump it to suck the extra air out of the bottle to hopefully make that open bottle last a little bit longer!
Stainless Steel Wine Glasses Unlike the insulated tumblers above, these are more like regular wine glasses, but made of stainless steel! These are great for women who are klutzy (have I told you about my BFF…), or that live in a chaotic household where things get broken easily (moms of boys…) I would have loved these when my kids were toddlers. I was always so sure a foot or a ball was going to break my wine glasses.
Wine Cork Holder Monogram I don’t save my corks but I know a lot of people do. This is a great wine gift idea and fun decor item at the same time!
Wine Wars Trivia Game I am far from a wine expert but I do love to learn! This would be a fun game to learn about wine and playing while drinking wine.
Chambong Mini I’ll admit, I have a Chambong and I haven’t used it yet. Part of it is because it seems like so much champagne you would have to chug. And champagne gives me the worst headaches ever unless I use my wine drops. The Chambong Mini just makes more sense to me. Especially at 41 years old. If you are younger and love champagne, the Champbong would be a great wine gift too.
He Sees You When You’re Drinking Ornament It’s true, wine and the holidays go hand in hand. I love giving ornaments as a gift and this one is perfect for your BFF.
Prosecco Pong Take the college fun to a classier level with this Prosecco Pong game. This is something to bring out at parties for a little bubbly fun! It’s not something you would probably buy for yourself which is why it makes such a fun gift idea!
Rosé All Day T-Shirt All. Day. Wine related t-shirts are always a fun idea. They are a conversation starter and this scripty font makes it girly and cute!
Now We Sip Champagne T-Shirt 90’s rap lyrics float around in my head anyway, why not wear them on a shirt! I bet Biggie never dreamed a bunch of middle-aged women would wear his lyrics on t-shirts…
Swell Bottle – 25 oz. holds a whole bottle of wine! This is technically a bottle for water…But this 25-ounce size holds a whole bottle of wine and keeps it cold! This is great for beach trips or pool days where you don’t want (or can’t have) glass but wants to enjoy your chilled wine. I have one and I use it all summer long (like, not in an excessive way, but a casual summer drinker sort of way).
Split a Bottle Glasses Sometimes you just know that you’re going to have a bottle. So why have to go back and refill your glass when you can just take care of it right at the start!
Wine and Picnic Set This fun picnic set is a great idea for friends! Maybe they’ll even invite you to enjoy it with them!
Wall Mounted Wine Rack My kitchen is overflowing with bottles that I can’t wait to drink. I love this simple wall rack! It’s a great way to get bottles up off the counter and would be perfect in someone’s bar area if they have one!
One Button Aerator and Decanter This is such a great little gadget for red wine lovers!
Wine Purse BECAUSE IT HOLDS 2 FULL BOTTLES OF WINE AND YOUR WALLET. I imagine you’ll have to visit a chiropractor after this due to the weight on your shoulder but gosh darn it, you’ve got wine for everyone right in your purse!
6 Bottle Wine Cooler We don’t have room for a wine fridge but this little one holds 6 bottles and is super compact! It’s a great starter wine fridge!
Champagne Saber A bucket list item of mine was to saber open a bottle of champagne. So, a few years ago for my birthday, my mother-in-law bought me my very own saber!!!! It’s a total party trick and it’s pretty spectacular. I don’t open all my champagne with it but it’s a great wine gift idea for sure! This is something that is perfect for the person who you think has everything!
There are a few wine gifts that you should not bother with. Silicon cups are too squishy and they literally collapse under the weight of your own hand sending wine everywhere.
Learned that one the hard way. A few times.
Because they are really cute, but they just don’t make sense.
Just no to wine glass markers. Unless your friend is a super sloppy drinker, she’s going to know which glass is hers.
Yes, they would be great for a party, maybe, but there are probably cuter drink charms that can be used.
And giving wine as a gift is always a good idea! I love Winc – my wine club, and you can gift someone a gift certificate to try it out for themselves.
What I love about it is that the wines are reasonably priced, delicious, and it’s easy to try new things plus your old favorites. These are not major brands but smaller producers that sometimes partner with artists to create their gorgeous labels.
And since I really don’t drink THAT much wine each month, it’s easy to skip a month so you don’t pay for the wine you can’t drink. It’s a great set up!
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