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Raise a Glass To These Impressive (and Affordable) Wine Gift Baskets

What do you get the person who has everything? If they like wine, a wine gift basket. It’s rare to find an item that is versatile enough for just about any gifting situation, but wine gift baskets fit that bill. We’ll toast to that. Thanks to a huge variety of price points and offerings, wine gift baskets have quickly become the perfect pairing for both personal and professional situations. Want to recognize an employee for their outstanding work? Give them a wine gift basket. Forgot that next week is your sister’s birthday? Be a gifting hero with a wine gift basket.

Online retailers like Harry and David and Hickory Farms are making it easier than ever to give gifts that are thoughtful and impressive. Wine gift baskets give recipients the chance to try new blends and wineries, sample delicious and indulgent snacks, and enjoy the surprise of receiving a gift people don’t typically buy for themselves.

Wine subscription services are also becoming more mainstream, with several companies and wineries getting in on the fast-growing market of alcohol delivery. Several subscription-based companies are now offering wine and food baskets in addition to their bottle-only packages to help provide more gifting options for customers.

For a memorable gift that will make anyone feel special, check out our top picks for the best wine gift baskets.


1. Winc Wine Subscription


For a gift that keeps on giving, we recommend a subscription to Winc. The affordable wine subscription service has a huge assortment of wines to choose from and allows customers to send physical bottles of wine or gift cards, a great option for wine lovers who are picky about their grapes and blends. The service allows non-members to purchase and send bottles as a gift and offers a discount for members.

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2. Ultimate Wine Pairing Collection from Harry and David


Harry and David are one of the leaders in wine gift baskets, so when they label one of their offerings as ‘Ultimate,’ they mean it. The perfect mix of salty and sweet, this massive wine basket packs the ‘wow’ factor needed for a gift that will impress. The basket comes with three bottles of Harry and David wine, including a Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and a Cabernet Sauvignon. The seemingly endless list of snacks features a variety of cheeses, meats, crackers, nuts, dried fruit and chocolate. It’s the perfect basket for sharing with the crowd or keeping all to yourself. There’s no judgment when it comes to wine gift baskets.

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3. Grand Wine Party Gift Basket from Hickory Farms


Whether you’re sending a housewarming gift, a gift for an office or a gift for the person in your life who loves to entertain, the Grand Wine Party Gift Basket from Hickory Farms will be enjoyed at just about any gathering. The set includes a Cabernet Sauvignon, a Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from Generosity Cellars California. The wines pair beautifully with the long list of delicious appetizers included in the basket, which includes a variety of meat, cheeses, dips and oils. This is definitely a party worth RSVP’ing ‘yes’ to.

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4. Ham and Turkey Buffet Gift with Wine from Harry and David


They say nothing is better than a home-cooked meal, but if distance or time constraints mean you’re not physically able to prepare your loved one their favorite dish, Harry and David have you covered. A beautiful and thoughtful gift for those who have lost someone, new parents who don’t have time to cook, or someone deserving of a night off in the kitchen, this wine gift basket makes it easy for the recipient to enjoy a restaurant-style meal in the comfort of their own home. The Ham and Turkey Buffet Gift includes two bottles of wine, as well as all the fixings for a five-star meal, including honey glazed ham, sliced turkey breast, a loaf of bread, several condiments and side dishes as well as cheesecake for dessert. There’s always room for dessert!

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5. Coppola Sofia Rosé & Truffles Gift Set from Hickory Farms


Flowers are a great way to say I love you, but you can’t eat them or drink them. When it’s time to show your true feelings and spoil your partner with a bit of bubbly and chocolate, we like the Coppola Sofia Rosé & Truffles Gift Set from Hickory Farms. The set includes a bottle of Francis Ford Coppola Sofia Rosé Wine and a 4.5 oz box of Le Grand Truffles.  Both items are packaged together in an elegant gold box. This wine gift basket makes it easy to show your feelings even when you can’t be with the one you love. Hopefully, they’ll save you a truffle.

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6. Red Wine Countryside Gift Basket from Gourmet Gift Baskets


Wine gift baskets are available in a wide range of price points, but in order to make a splash, they still need to look impressive. That’s why we like the Red Wine Countryside Gift Basket from Gourmet Gift Baskets. The basket is on the more affordable side but still features a beautiful presentation thanks to a faux-leather handle wood crate, which holds a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon and perfectly paired snacks, including sharp cheddar, delicious crackers and premium garlic sausage. You don’t have to spend a million bucks for a wine gift basket that looks like you did.

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7. The Deluxe Gift with Tour de France Wine Gift Set


If you’ve already bought the meat lover in your life every barbecue accessory on the market, we have an even more delicious gift idea. Omaha Steaks and have teamed up to offer the ultimate wine and meat gift basket. The set comes with three bottles of old-world French wine that pair perfectly with the filet mignon, pork chops, steak burgers, Potatoes au Gratin and apple tartlets included in the basket. The food items have all been flash-frozen to make it convenient for users to cook whenever there ready for a ‘rare’ night of indulgence.

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8. Festive Gift Basket with Wine from Harry and David


Chocolate is the great communicator. It can say ‘I love you’, ‘happy birthday’, ‘I’m sorry’, ‘thank you’, ‘good job’ and ‘happy holidays’. And if you pair it with wine? Even better. The Festive Gift Basket from Harry and David includes a bottle of the company’s gold medal-winning Pinot Noir as well as a wide assortment of chocolate delights, including milk chocolate covered malt balls and blueberries, dark chocolate covered graham crackers, yogurt covered pretzels and Moose Munch Premium Popcorn, which you guessed it, includes chocolate. The gift set comes in a blue basket with a blue ribbon, but the decoration can be repurposed for just about any gift-giving situation.

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9. Blue Apron Wine Subscription


Blue Apron has become a leader in the meal kit delivery market and the company has now expanded its offerings to include wine subscriptions. The company makes it easy to send gifts of food, wine, or both to family and friends by suggesting pairings and offering gift cards. Customers can fill out a short survey to receive a curated selection of wines or they can choose specific bottles from the company’s offerings. Each set of six 500 mL bottles come with suggestions on food pairings, tasting notes and the story behind the vineyard.

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10. Vinakas Wine Gift Baskets


For times when you need a wine basket that has everything but, well, wine, we like this set from Vinakas. Great for a weekend away at a winery or when sending a gift to a friend who may not be home to sign for their bottle of alcohol, this gift set has everything but the grapes, including two pairs of wine-inspired socks, four brightly colored stone coasters, five wine stoppers, a tote bag and a stemless glass. Just uncork your own bottle, pour, and let the good times commence.

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