Wine is the perfect gift for that person who has everything and other hard to buy for people.
You do not have to be wealthy to purchase wine gifts for your family and friends, as wine gifts and accessories fit many different price points.
The Gift Of Wine
According to KIVITV, wine is a great gift in a down economy. They also feature several nice wine gifts for under $40.
Wine is definitely one of those gifts with a “wow factor”.
Wine lovers can also enjoy the wow factor with new large format bottles, said Jim Cossette, owner of Red and White in Appleton … New to the shop are bottles larger than the standard 750 ml. The sizes range from the Magnum, which is 1.5 liters, to the 15.0 liters Nebuchadnezzar of Taittinger Brut La Francaise Champagne, which sells for around $2,500. Source
If you want to add a little cheese to that wine gift, you can’t go wrong with this easy-to-follow wine gift guide, featuring a number of different wine and cheese selections. A wine and cheese basket combination starts at $25.
Wine of the Month Clubs can also take off the pressure of choosing “the perfect” wine as a gift. They do all the hard work for you, and the recipient of your gift gets to enjoy multiple shipments of wine month to month.
If the thought of choosing wine causes you to break out into a cold sweat worried that your intended recipient is a wine snob who will find your gift distasteful, then you may want to get them a wine-related gift instead.
- A beautiful set of crystal wine glasses
- Hand-painted wine glasses
- Wine accessories like hors d’oeuvres forks with a wine cork handle
- You could also buy or make wine glass charms, so people don’t get their glasses confused at parties
These types of gifts can run you from $12.99 and up.
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