If you are searching for a gift that will nearly always please, then focus your attention to a wine gift. A nice bottle of wine fits any occasion and as long as the recipient is over the legal age limit for alcohol consumption, you are nearly always going to get a positive response. Wine gifting is a custom that dates back many years and today is more popular than ever. You can rest assured that a nice bottle of wine is never going to gather dust on someone’s shelf. A very popular way to give wine today is in the form of a wine gift basket. The basket usually contains a least a couple of bottles of wine and selected appetizers that are pre-matched to the wine. Chocolates are usually paired to reds, crackers and various yummy spreads with chardonnay and cheeses like Brie and fruit to sweet wines. Whatever the wine, there is always an appetizer that will be perfectly matched to it. If you would like to make your own gift basket, just go down to your liquor store and ask some questions. More often than not, the clerk will be able to help you.
If you really want your wine gift to stand out from the crowd, then maybe you should look at a wine of the month club. This gift will appeal to nearly everyone but mostly to wine lovers. The recipient of the gift will receive certain wines on a monthly basis that needs to be pre-selected by you. Membership to a wine of the month club will approximately cost you around the 300.00 mark. You will also have the opportunity to request whether white or red wines are to be delivered or a combination of both. One added bonus of the gift is that any rose wine gift sets can be re-ordered from the club and as many times as you would like. If you think that one or even two bottles will not make that much of an impression, then why not give an entire case. The important thing to remember is that wine will always be well appreciated and can easily used as a standalone gift.
Giving a vintage wine as a get could be more appropriate for a lover of fine wines or even a connoisseur. However it would be very wise for you to taste the wine beforehand to make sure that you are really getting what you are actually paying for. Vintage wines are nearly always presented in their own wooden wine gift box and if you are lucky enough, it will also be paired with a little booklet giving you some facts about the origins and a brief history of the wine. If this is not the case, you can always search for the wine on the Internet and hopefully come up with a little bit of background that you will be able to share with the person that the wine gift is intended for.