Christmas Housewarming Gift Ideas for Wine Lovers

Christmas housewarming gifts for wine lovers

Cheers! What better reason to raise a toast than a double celebration like a Christmastime housewarming! Even more so if the new homeowners are avid wine lovers. That makes choosing the perfect housewarming gift so much easier. Anything related to selecting, serving, and entertaining with their favorite vino would be just the thing!

Need some gift-giving ideas? We’re happy to oblige. In fact, we’re featuring 10 great product picks that any wine enthusiasts would be thrilled to receive. And since we tried to keep within a $50 price limit, we’re sure you’ll appreciate that, too. Here’s to holiday cheer for a new home with wine-inspired gifts! (*this post contains affiliate links)

Gifts for Those Who Know & Love Wine

WineIQ Game
1 – Helvetiq Wine IQ Trivia Game

Wine IQ is the ultimate party game for wine lovers. It includes 400 multiple-choice questions on everything from classic wines, to vineyards, to glasses, to fascinating stories and fun facts about wine. Just the thing for a fun quiz night with friends and family. (Available on Amazon)

Festive Christmas wine glasses in snowman and santa designs

2 – Christmas Wine Glasses (16.9 oz., Set of 2)

This festive pair of drinking goblets, decorated as Santa’s Belt and a Snowman, add a playful air to serving wine during the holidays. (Available on Amazon)

Deluxe fruit and cheese gourmet gift box
3 – Fruit and Cheese Deluxe Gift Box

Sipping a favorite wine gets even more enjoyable accompanied with a choice selection of fresh apples and pears, cashews, chocolate-covered almonds, artisan cheese, and crackers. These come prettily packaged for gift-giving. (Available on Amazon)

Hickory Farms gourmet cheese and sausage box

4 – Hickory Farms Farmhouse Sausage and Cheese Gourmet Gift Box (Medium)

For a deliciously savory selection to go with wine, this signature gift box contains Farmhouse Summer Sausages, Smooth & Sharp Cheddar Blend, Sweet Hot Mustard, and Strawberry Bon Bons. (Available on Amazon)

Acacia wood cutting board round with utensils

5 – Acacia Brie Cheese Cutting Board and Tools Set

This serving set from Picnic Time Toscana® with its gorgeous wood grain and handy tools is perfect for home entertaining—especially a holiday wine and cheese party. (Available from Macy’s)

Dachshund glasses in Christmas designs

6 – Dachshund Around the Christmas Tree Stemless Wine Glasses (Set of 2)

If your gift recipients are both wine and dog lovers, then this duo of stemless wine glasses will be a double treat. Each is printed with a humorous dachshund image and a clever holiday saying. (Available from Macy’s)

Wine decanter made of glasses

7 – Lenox Barware – Tuscany Pierced Decanter

This modern design decanter would make a unique present for wine aficionados, and an eye-catching addition to their serve ware collection. (Available from Macy’s)

Marble wine chiller

8 – Gibson Laurie Gates Marble Wine Chiller

Another striking piece for serving wine in style is this sleek cylinder cut from natural marble. An elegant way to keep bottles cold on a home bar or drinks station. (Available from Macy’s)

Sleek wine push corkscrew

9 – Wine Enthusiast Push Corkscrew

With a simple press of a button, this ingenious wine opener easily extracts the cork from a wine bottle while a blue light illuminates the process through a clear window. (Available from Bloomingdale’s)

Cork tray by Wine Enthusiast

10 – Wine Enthusiast Cork Serving Tray Kit

This fun gift idea will allow your recipients to semi-DIY their own wine-themed serving tray. The kit comes with a mahogany wood tray and plexiglas sheet. Then, they fill the tray with corks from wine bottles they’ve consumed! (Available from Bloomingdale’s)

For creative packaging for wine-inspired Christmas presents, visit these posts:

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Stylish Wine Gifts to Give the Sophisticated Hostess for Christmas

Creative Ways to Wrap a Wine Bottle with Fabrics: Go DIY or Buy

Creative Christmas Wine Bottle Labels: Great Options to Buy or DIY

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