Gift ideas for wine lovers

With Christmas coming up, here are a few gift ideas for wine lovers.

Zalto glasses

Zalto glasses

Zalto glasses are some of the most sought-after glasses by wine lovers, probably even more so than the far more expensive Riedel Sommeliers Series. These glasses are designed to offer the perfect balance between functionality and aesthetics. Zalto glasses are hand-blown in the northern part of Lower Austria in a manner that echoes the delicate virtuosity of the great Venetian glass artists of the Renaissance. This results in extremely thin, light and delicate glasses which are stunning to enjoy a good bottle of wine. As they are produced without the addition of any lead oxide, they are resistant against clouding and may be washed in a dishwasher. £30.00 per glass.


Sip and Learn – the wine tasting box

Raise your hands if you have never stood in front of the wine section at your local shop with a look of despair on your face or if you have never felt a bit panicky at the idea of choosing a bottle at the restaurant. Don’t worry, Sip and Learn is made for you. Sip and Learn is a new way of drinking great wines whilst learning at the same time. Gift a subscription (from 1 month to 1 year) and every month your friend will receive 2 bottles of wine carefully selected by our wine expert as well as a comprehensive (but fun and superbly designed) educational booklet to start learning all about wine. £30.00 per month

Wine grapes Jancis

Wine grapes by Jancis Robinson

This 1280-page book by some of the world's greatest experts is a must-have for every wine lover. Where do wine grapes come from and how are they related to each other? What is the historical background of each grape variety? Where are they grown? What sort of wines do they make and, most importantly, what do they taste like? Written by Jancis Robinson MW, possibly the world’s greatest wine expert, Julia Harding MW and Dr José Vouillamoz of the University of Neuchâtel in Switzerland. £96.00

Coravin - Photo US CPSC


Coravin is a system which allows you to access, pour and enjoy your favourite wines by the glass whenever you like, without even pulling the cork. Instead of opening the bottle, you insert a hollow needle into the cork and pour a glass of wine without any oxygen getting into the bottle as the system uses pressurized argon gas. Unlike other wine preservation systems (vacuum pump, inert gas canister) – which preserve the wine for a few days – Coravin allows you to enjoy a great glass of wine and then store the bottle back in your cellar for a few more years. £269.00

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