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grapey gift guide: non-wine prezzies

So although nothing can really be better than actual wine itself, sometimes you want to supplement it with some other grapey gifts!

So much celebrating happens during the holidays, don’t be caught without awesome glasses to hold what you’re drinking. These Riedel Veritas coupes ($69 for 2) are so elegant and chic – and serving cocktails in them is just as trendy as pouring in bubbles.


What better bauble could you possibly need outside of a bottle bracelet?? Bottles & Wood has a line of jewelry that’s made from repurposed wine bottles collected from hotels, restaurants, and bars that would’ve otherwise been trashed. Clearly, all grapefriends would go for the wine bottle bangles ($10 each).


Having a dinner party? These grapey place markers ($20) are perfect for setting the stage of what’s to come (lots of wine, obv).


Now all you need is something to serve at that dinner party. Oh, got you covered here too. Try Ravenswood’s wine-infused salsas. The Salsa Borracha (which means “drunken salsa”) has roasted ancho and morita chiles, and Ravenswood Sonoma County Zinfandel. The Macha Salsa, which means “brave man’s salsa,” has Ravenswood Lodi County Zinfandel added to a puree of fried guajillo chiles. ($22 for a salsa and wine combo pack)
Need more ideas? Love these Olive & Poppy bracelets and totes, colorful cooling wine gems, or these cute bunny glass markers that I’ve covered throughout the year. Cheers!

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