Dreaming of a Wine Christmas? Shop These Gifts
The Vinglacé Wine Chiller, a stainless-steel, vacuum-sealed wine bottle holder, comes in five finishes so it's as stylish as it is functional.
Vinturi's easy-to-use aerator lets wine breathe in the time it takes to pour a glass, providing the same flavor and finish that an hours-long decanting process would.
This 12-bottle wine rack from Pottery Barn has an industrial feel thanks to pine wood and blackened metal.
Consider the Chateau Acacia Wood Cheese Boards the perfect vessels for at-home tastings.
Made from gold electroplated stainless steel, West Elm's elegant Gold Cheese Spreaders will become a staple at parties as long as cheese flights make an appearance.
It's a Wonderful Knife
Sur La Table's handsome olive wood and stainless steel set this cheese knife set apart — as does a container that doubles as a cheese board.
The Pour the Merrier
Pouring wine into the glass Rabbit R2-14235 Pura Decanting System aerates it, while pouring wine out of the decanter filters it.
Made from copper-colored wrought iron, Anthropologie's Geometric Wine Rack holds up to eight wine bottles. It could easily double as a sculpture.
This set of two wine chilling wands from Williams Sonoma will reduce the temperature of a single glass so fast that no one will want to wait for wine to chill in the fridge ever again.
Made from stain- and water-resistant paper that could pass for leather, the durable Uashmama Wine Bag & Cooler keeps bottles chilled.
Open wine bottles like a pro with this waiter-approved Vinturi corkscrew. Its two-hinge lever prevents corks from breaking.
Black marble gives this column-shaped cooler a sleek, modern edge.
Seal the Deal
West Elm's vacuum wine preserver keeps wine tasting like it came from a just-opened bottle. It comes with two stoppers and a pump that creates an airtight seal.
With a vertical cork extractor, champagne cork opener, bubble cork, and Pourer Leaf, this toolset from L'Atelier du Vin will take anyone's wine game to the next level.
On the Same Page
"Wine Food: New Adventures in Drinking and Cooking" pairs 75 wine styles (from 250 producers!) with 75 recipes for all kinds of meals, while explaining how different bottles complement the taste and texture of the recipes.