Seven Clever Gift Ideas for Every Wine Lover

Formal dinner table with four glasses of red wine.

Looking for a gift for the wine enthusiast on your list? Don't sweat it. We've already done the research and found the best seven gifts every oenophile will adore.

Martha Stewart with bottles of wine from her wine club subscription photo

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Martha Stewart Wine Subscription

For the wine enthusiast who also loves to host, gifting a subscription to the Martha Stewart Wine Club is a no-brainer. Depending on which membership you choose, your friend will receive six or 12 bottles every six or eight weeks that have been carefully selected by Martha herself—so you know they'll pass the taste test. If you know which vino they prefer you can choose an all-red or all-white pack, otherwise you can pick a mixed case so they can sip on both. (Starting at $8/bottle; marthastewartwine.com)

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Navy blue picnic tote filled with wine, fruit, and cheese from Pottery Barn photo

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Wine Picnic Tote

Nothing complements a full-bodied glass of wine better than savory cheese. But sometimes it seems too difficult to transport everything from place to place. Enter: this travel-friendly wine cooler that's the perfect solution to keeping wines and cheeses chilled and ready-to-serve for romantic picnics, girls trips, and family gatherings. Plus, it even includes a cutting board, cheese knife, corkscrew, and wine stopper so all they have to do is pack their favorite pairings and go. ($50; potterybarn.com)

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Four wine-infused jellies from Uncommon Goods photo

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Wine Jelly

Give their cheese board a major upgrade with this unique gift of wine-infused jelly. Featuring both savory and sweet options, like spiced wine and cabernet and black pepper, you might have to sample them yourself before you make a final decision for their gift. They'll be able to add these jams to an array of foods—from thumbprint cookies to soft cheeses to roasted vegetables. Bonus: Each flavor of jelly indicates what will pair well with it, so they're inspired to use them right away. ($15 for two; uncommongoods.com)

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Martha Stewart Collection blush pink drink glasses from Macy's photo

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Martha Stewart Collection Blush Drink Glasses

Whether they're hosting a ladies brunch or celebrating a birthday, these blush pink tinted wine glasses complete with gold rim accents will fit right in. As they toast to new beginnings and old memories, guests will admire the feminine and classy glassware in their hands. Plus, they're dishwasher safe for a simple cleanup post party. ($67 for four; macys.com)

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Three wooden candles with wine-inspired scents from West Elm photo

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Wine-Inspired Candles

When it comes to Christmas gifts, you can't really go wrong with candles—who doesn't love a burning candle on a relaxing night? These wine-inspired barrel candles, featuring scents of pinot noir, malbec, and more, are the perfect find for the wine aficionado on your list. We recommend pairing one with the bar soaps down below for the ultimate unwind duo. ($24 each, usually $32; westelm.com)

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Marble with wood base wine cooler from Crate and Barrel holding a white bottle of wine photo

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Marble Wine Cooler

Every wine connoisseur knows that white wine and rosé are at their best when chilled. Help them to enjoy dinner with a cold bottle of wine from start to finish with this marble wine cooler. When they aren't using it during mealtime, they can use this beautifully designed accent piece as a vase or kitchen utensil holder. ($40; crateandbarrel.com)

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Set of four wine scented soaps from Uncommon Goods photo

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Wine Soaps

Supply your fellow wine-loving friend with a gift they'll use every day: soap! These handmade bars of soap aren't like most options on the market. They feature pleasant aromas of soothing wines, including chardonnay, cabernet, pinot noir, and pinot grigio. In combination with the notes of berries, plums, and citrus fruits, these soaps are made with olive, coconut, and shea butter oils to keep skin hydrated. Tip: To get the most out of each bar, cut them in half and place the ones not in use in a closed container to keep them dry and fresh. ($28 for four; uncommongoods.com)

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