Top wine experts share their picks for the best gifts from Anthony Giglio's favorite double-duty knife-corkscrew to Robert Bohr's bucket list Thai vacation.
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Double-Duty Knife

"With a corkscrew and a blade that can cut saucisson, this is the ultimate picnic knife." $33;—Anthony Giglio

Foldable Tote

"This Tumi is big enough for weekend trips and comes with a case that I use as a clutch." $95;—Leslie Sbrocco

Paris Escape

"The Le Bristol hotel's luxury is classy, not flashy, and it has amazing restaurants."—Gianpaolo Paterlini

Retro Camera

"Ditch the digital: The Belair uses real film and excels at wide-angle shots." $300;—Eric Larkee

Versatile Tool

"I use my coarse Microplane grater not just for cheese, but also for vegetables." $10;—Shelley Lindgren

Wine Reading

"Jon Bonné takes on the 'reign of big flavor' in this smart guide to the new talents of California wine." $35;—Ray Isle

Mexican Mortar

"I love making salsas in this molcajete, and it works as a centerpiece, too." $35;—Colleen Hein

Induction Burner

"Light, small and portable, this Fagor model is a lifesaver in my tiny kitchen." $135;—Jill Zimorski

Thai Vacation

"With a private beach and a fleet of boats, the Amanpuri in Phuket is on my bucket list."—Robert Bohr

Sipping Vinegar

"The Noble Sour T is made from dessert wine; its finish lasts forever." $58 for 8.5 oz;—Marnie Old