These wine gifts are great for any oenophile: one of the best wine books, a hand-blown glass and a groundbreaking gadget that keeps wine fresh for months.
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The World Atlas of Wine
One of the best wine books has been substantially updated this year, with new maps and additional content about up-and-coming wine regions. It's also being released as an iPad ebook. Buy:$40 at amazon.com
"The heavy-duty fabric ZEbag cleverly doubles as a wine carrier and countertop rack, and it even unrolls to hold bottles vertically." —Christine Quinlan. Buy: $103 at amazon.com.
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Wine Club Subscription
Discover the wine club that only sends wines you’ll love, works around your schedule, and sources from the world’s foremost wine producers. Get $25 off your first order of 3 wines! Buy: $19.95 at Firstleaf.club.
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Modern Wine Rack
Alessi's Noe wine holder is cleverly shaped like a cluster of grapes. Buy: $90 at stardust.com.
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Mazama's ceramics can keep sake warm or white wine chilled. Buy: From $38 at shopmazama.com
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These gold-lined porcelain tumblers from Sieger by Fürstenberg are special enough to toast a 50th wedding anniversary, but I’d use them even for my upcoming fifth. Buy: $202.93 each at artedona.com. —Suzie Myers
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Talented lamp designer Tom Dixon now makes these luxe Champagne buckets. Buy: $260 at ylighting.com.
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This groundbreaking gadget, created by a medical-device inventor who's also a wine lover, extracts wine from the bottle without removing the cork. Pour a glass today, then pour another one six months later: The wine will be just as fresh. Buy: $300 at coravin.com
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Bicycle Wine Rack
This clever cycling accessory acts as a holster for wine. Two leather straps secure a single bottle to a bike's top tube, so it's ideal for picnicking. Buy: $34 at oopsmark.ca
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Blind Tasting Glasses
"Tasting blind" means hiding labels—and sometimes even using paraphernalia like blindfolds and black wineglasses (like the "Palais Black" crystal glasses from Noritake)—so guests have no visual clues about a wine’s identity and have to figure it out solely by sniffing and sipping. Buy: From $21 at noritake.com
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"Roederer Estate is fantastic, especially for the price," says Green Zebra chef Shawn McClain. Buy: $24 at astorwines.com