Gift guides are pretty synonymous with the holidays so I figured I’d throw together a few ideas for you! Winos and Foodies crave new experiences, so always aim for culinary classes or wine tasting trips when you can find or afford them. When you want to have something to wrap up and put under the tree, never underestimate the power of gadgetry large and small!
This is always at the top of my list as a gift to give! It’s easy to use and it will get used often! It makes good wine better and great wine stupendous in very little time at all!
Honestly, you can never have enough microplanes! Grate cheese and zest citrus with this bad boy. I also grate garlic and nutmeg with it too!
Keep your wine cool and bugs out! Awesome gift and I’ll take two, please.
Comes in several flavors, my favorites are Maple Chocolate Porter and Jalapeño Saison! Refill packs are only $15 so you can keep gifting all year long! Grapefruit Honey Ale seems like a choice choice for a refill!
These come in a variety of shades perfect for any decor scheme.
Bring a little bling to the baker’s kitchen. Handily kept on a ring so you will be never digging in a drawer for a spoon.
I always say cheese is love. Help serve love at the right temperature on a beautiful non-traditional cheese board!
Looking for a more rustic modern way to serve your cheese? These fit the bill nicely!
Compliment your amazing cheese boards with this diverse set of cheese knives!
Don’t forget some lovely utensils for your holiday table. They have a whole array of matching options too!
When I first saw the new Burgundy collection and audible gasp escaped me. It’s exceptionally beautiful and I’d like the whole lot of it. I don’t have $999 to buy the whole collection but a small brasier sounds appropriate. If you ever have the funds to splurge on yourself or a loved one, this is the ticket to holiday joy!
See anything you like in out food and wine gift guide? Got any special food or wine related plans for the holidays?