15 Gifts For Wine Lovers That Aren't Monogrammed Wine Glasses

It is a truth universally acknowledged that wine makes everything better.

Impress yourvino-loving friendswith gifts that are sure to set their wine-drenched hearts aflutter, from the practical, likewine wipes, to the eccentric, likewine sippers. Here are 15 gifts perfect for wine lovers, because it’s wine o’clock somewhere.   

Wine Wipes

For the person who always has a port stained pout. Get it on Amazon.

A Sign That Tells Their Entire Life Story

Get this print at Ahalife.

Wine Rack

This affordable wine rack holds 12 bottles; perfect for the wineo who has little room to store their prized jewels. Get it at Ahalife.

Wine Lover Shirt

This classy yet entirely accurate t-shirt will become a new staple in your wardrobe. Get it on Etsy.

Eco Wine Tote

For the wine connoisseur who cares about giving back. Get it at Ahalife.

Wine Lip Scrub

Give your pout the exfoliating boost it deserves while indulging your love of wine. Get it on Etsy.

Work/Wine Doormat

Make a bold statement when you're coming and going. Get this doormat on Etsy.

Monthly Wine Delivery Service

Blue Apron has a great wine delivery subscription service that averages about $10 a bottle. 

Wine Decanter

This decanter doesn't just hold wine, but oxygenates it through small holes in the integrated funnel. Get it at Ahalife.

Anniversary Wine Box

This makes a perfect gift for a recently married couple who wants to celebrate each of their upcoming celebrations with a nice glass of red. Get it at Nordstrom.

Wine Sign

This rustic sign will complement any at-home bar or kitchen space. Get it on Etsy.

Bordeaux Swell Bottle

Save water and drink wine with this insulated Swell bottle. Get it at Nordstorm.


Get them these coasters as a daily reminder that wine is always a good idea. Get them at Nordstrom.


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