Wine gifts for the happy couple

It’s wedding season! By the end of the summer my husband and I will have attended three weddings and two anniversary parties. Here are a few wine gifts I have in mind for my gift-giving celebrations.

Box gift set of wine tools
For a newly married couple, a gift set of wine tools could be a nice addition to their new home. Many sets include a corkscrew, foil cutter, pourer, wine collar, bottle thermometer and bottle stopper.

Wine Chiller Stick
This tool helps to keep wine cool (not to be confused with cold) on even the hottest days plus provides a spout and aerator. I particularly liked the chiller by My Wine Passion since it’s made of stainless steel and can be kept in the freezer long term. It’s also a great tool to use when entertaining. It helps white wines stay chilled but works even better for red wines to keep them a bit under room temperature.

Wine Charms
These adornments are great for parties and holiday meals when many people are enjoying wine. Pick a charm, pop it on and you’ll be able to find your glass throughout the whole evening.

Vacu Vin Wine Saver
This small vacuum pump can keep wine fresh a few days longer by removing the air from an opened wine bottle. (I love this gizmo! Since my hubby doesn’t always drink wine with me, I use this vacuum to help keep my wine fresh for a few more nights.)

When in doubt…Give a bottle of wine
A bottle of wine can be a great gift on its own! It can even be a special way for a newly married couple to celebrate their anniversary by opening the gifted bottle of wine. Pop into your local wine store and ask for a few suggestions. Otherwise, check out a few of our favorite wines listed under the reviews tab.

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