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    32 Things You'll Only Care About If You Love Wine

    OK, but the *absolute genius* of these traveler-friendly wine bottle pouches cannot be denied.

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    1. A sparkling-wine saver that will keep your bubblies bubbling so you can pop your prosecco any day of the week without worrying about wasting the leftovers.

    A model securing the stopper on a bottle
    Amazon / Via

    I purchased one of these at the aggressive behest of a friend, and it's LEGIT. I told myself I was a Red Wine Lady my whole life because it was easier to save for later, but now that I don't live in constant fear of wasting the bubbly stuff, I am an All Wine Lady and have finally achieved my truest form.

    Promising review: "It's like magic! Easy and works exactly as it claims. The bubbles multiply inside the bottle after it has gone flat. Marvelous, darling!" —Heather T Davitt

    Check out BuzzFeed's review of the wine saver here!

    Get it from Amazon for $9.97.

    2. A bottle of Drop It, a natural wine sulfate and tannin remover that works its magic on your glass in just 20 seconds, so you can finally enjoy a glass of Pinot knowing you've spared yourself the infamous Post-Wine Headache or allergic reactions.

    BuzzFeed editor putting drops into glass of red wine
    The drop it bottle in editor's hand
    Emma Lord/BuzzFeed

    It's also a lot more cost-effective and environmentally friendly than wine wands or other competitors — a single bottle of this can be used to treat up to 55 glasses of wine, as opposed to wands that can only do a few glasses each before they get tossed. Drop It recommends one to two drops for each glass of white wine, two to three for a glass of red, and seven to nine if you're treating the whole bottle at once. Once it's in the glass, swirl lightly for 20 seconds, and you should be raring to go!

    Promising review: "For many years, I have been that friend that always says 'no thanks, I can't drink wine.' Even one small small glass would give me the worst migraine. So I gave up. Several weeks ago, I happened across an ad for Drop It and thought I might as well give it a shot. I took a big risk the day it arrived and had two huge glasses of red wine that I knew would give me a massive migraine the next day. It just so happened I had a midterm that next morning too — so the stakes were high. I woke up feeling fantastic. Since then I have repeated the experiment (to make sure it wasn't a fluke) and found that no matter how much wine I drink, as long as I use the drops, I don't have a migraine the next day. I'm so pleased to have found something that makes wine drinking possible and enjoyable again! I have nothing but great things to say about the product. It's easy to use and very discreet. I visited some friends last week and we spent a few hours at a wine bar. It was easy to add my drops. I took a small taste of the wine before adding the drops and found that it did not alter the taste at all. Thanks for a great product and a great buying experience. I will be back for more." —Mackenzie

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99.

    3. Or a "wine wand" to remove sulfates and histamines from your beloved boozes in as little as three minutes, basically making "not getting a hangover" your new superpower.

    Models dipping small wands into white, red, and rose wines

    Promising review: "What a difference these have made in my life. With my allergies it was impossible to enjoy a glass or two of wine without nasty side effects: stuffy nose, red face, and headaches. Now I can have a glass of wine and not have to dart to a package of antihistamine! Makes a great gift. Even thinking of splitting a box into stocking stuffers. Each wand is individually wrapped. Have purchased these several times and will continue to do so." —KellyH

    Get a set of eight from Amazon for $19.99.

    4. An electric wine opener, because TBH, nobody has time to lament a cork getting stuck in their bottle and google a bunch of hacks to fix it anymore. This rechargeable bb will safely pop it open in six seconds without any of the hassle.

    The tube-shaped metal wine opener next to a bottle of wine it just uncorked

    Promising review: "I bought this for my mother, who has limited mobility and has been isolated due to the quarantine. The first time she used it she texted me with so much enthusiasm because of its ease of use. The next time I got to see her she couldn’t wait to show me how easy it was. Now I’m ordering one for myself as well!" —Stormy Dee

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99.

    5. An attachable wine aerator to wizard your Friday night glass of two-buck Chuck into wine that tastes like it was hand-poured by a sommelier in the south of France who knows the rat from Ratatouille personally.

    Model pouring wine with aerator attached to the lid

    Promising review: "A must-have for any household. 7-Eleven wine has never tasted better! Traders Joe's two-buck Chuck will never be the same. I thought it was gonna be all in my head but this straight Hogwarts magic. And it comes with two! SOLD!" —Analisa

    Get a two-pack from Amazon for $13.95.

    6. A minimalist wine necklace so cute and cleverly designed that, oops, the whole squad is going to order matching ones before happy hour is through. 

    Model wearing a gold necklace with a wine charm pouring into a drop down wine glass charm

    Promising review: "OMG! I absolutely love it! For the price, I was expecting to be just OK, but this necklace exceeded my expectations. It looks beautiful!!! I got two in my first order, thinking about a friend who shares the love for wine with me. I'm sure she will LOVE IT just as I do. And I'm planning on buying more for my wine lover friends! Great gift for a birthday or just because. Trust me! You can't go wrong with this one!" —Geugie M

    Get it on Amazon for $9.99 (available in 18 styles).

    7. A gorgeous wine decanter to help aerate your wines and get the full flavor and aroma out of them while also achieving what is, quite frankly, an aesthetic dream. 

    A curved clear wine aerator with red wine in it

    Promising review: "This is a wonderful size decanter for a large bar setup or taking to the table; it doesn’t take up near as much room as our last decanter! At first, I did not believe it would hold a whole bottle of wine. It does, and almost feels like a magic trick! The size is wonderful for pouring and we are very pleased with the quality, which exceeds our expectations because of price." —EmCA

    Get it from Amazon for $19.95

    8. A Rosé Apothecary wine label so you can get some much-needed Schitt's Creek vibes in your life, even if you're "into the wine, not the label."

    A pink wine label that says
    Coconut Garden/Etsy

    Coconut Garden is a New York-based Etsy shop established in 2017 that specializes in custom wine labels, apparel, stickers, accessories, and more.

    The waterproof stickers come precut, so all you have to do is peel and stick!

    Promising review: "The labels looked exactly as they were pictured and the shipping was super fast!" —Amanda

    Get it from Coconut Garden on Etsy for $6.

    9. A set of adorable kitty wineglass markers for when you need to know which glass is yours right MEOW, you're not kitten around!! 

    Promising review: "As soon as my mom opened this for her birthday, her friends started calling dibs on colors! 'I want the orange one!' 'Nope, it's MY gift from MY daughter, I get the orange one!' They are very flexible but hold their shape well, they came right on time, and they made a great gift that no one was expecting! If you've ever heard your family members or friends say, 'Now which wineglass is mine?' before, then this gift is a great way to remedy that problem!" —Katherine Pillsbury

    Get a six-pack on Amazon for $11.20

    10. A set of hand-blown crystal wineglasses with a depth that will feel ooooh so satisfying when you're using it to swirl red wine with your hand.

    A set of two deep glass long-stemmed wine glasses with red wine

    Promising review: "I've been on the hunt for the perfect red wine glass and I finally found it with this brand. The glass is so sturdy, one solid piece (which adds to the sturdiness), and the shape is BEAUTIFUL. I loved them so much that I ordered a second set to have. The glasses also arrived packaged very securely. The final thing that made me give this company and these glasses 5 stars was the customer service. They honor the part about replacing a broken glass at no cost to you. I clumsily dropped one and they sent me a replacement, no questions asked. From now on, all my drinkware will come from this company." —Dayna Thompson

    Get a set of two from Amazon for $23.99.

    11. Or a set of four iridescent wineglasses that will make you feel like you're drinking wine out of a fairy realm every time you take a sip. 

    Editor holding iridescent stemmed wine glass full of rose
    Four glasses on a table
    Emma Lord/BuzzFeed, Anthropologie

    I bought one of these back when you could get them individually and not in a set, and I love love love it to pieces. It has a very satisfying hand-feel and it's so pretty when it catches the light. Plus, I am a monster for chronicling every mildly cute thing that happens to me on Instagram, and this has become a mainstay. It's also super easy to clean! 

    Get a set of four from Anthropologie for $40

    12. A flip-top lid for your wineglass you can use to save your wine on the patio instead of half-heartedly batting away flies and fishing them out later. All you do is secure it to the base and the rim of your glass and then you can flip it on and off at your leisure — 100% fewer bugs in your diet, guaranteed.

    A model attaching a rubber band to a wine glass to secure a transparent lid to the top of the glass
    A model with the lid on their wine glass

    Flip2sip is a North Carolina–based, family-owned Etsy shop established in 2019 that specializes in flip tops for wineglasses.

    Promising review: "OMG, I love these. I ordered two. Then my sister-in-law came over and saw what I had, used it while visiting us then went home and ordered two for herself. BEST INVENTION EVER!!!!" —Janet

    Get it from Flip2sip on Etsy for $5.99 (available in six colors; this shop offers ✨ free shipping ✨).

    13. A minimalist geometric wine holder that you can either add to your bar cart's ~aesthetic~, or you can put anywhere in your space that could use a little understated flair.

    A geometric beehive shaped gold wine holder with room for seven bottles

    Promising review: "I bought this as a Christmas gift for my best friend and she loved it! I love the honeycomb shape and that it can hold a good number of bottles. It’s a beautiful, Art Deco–esque piece that will suit any kitchen space or space to serve/show off your wine collection." —Arin

    Get it from Amazon for $21.99.

    14. A corgi-shaped wine stopper that's almost as excited to see you as you are to see your Pinot.

    Reviewer holding up orange corgi stopper in front of their dog
    Reviewer using it on a bottle of wine

    Promising review: "I'm always thrilled when I open my fridge to see wine, but it's even more enjoyable to see this little guy chilling in the bottle top! It's solid silicone, made to fit several bottle sizes, and so adorable. It's better than recorking because it minimizes airflow (and of course, store your bottle upright so you have the smallest amount of surface area in contact with air!). I can tell I will use it for years to come." —Ashleigh Blandin

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99 (available in five styles).

    15. A gorgeous etched city map wineglass so even when you're far from home, it's really only one sip of Chardonnay away. 

    Clear stemless wine glass etched with white map of NYC
    Stemmed wine glass with map of Seattle
    Well Told/Etsy

    Well Told is a New Hampshire–based Etsy shop established in 2009 that specializes in personalized drinkware and gifts.

    Promising review: "Bought as a Mothers Day gift for my mom, and she loved it! Map is easy to see and the glass is very well made and designed." —Timmy

    Get it from Well Told on Etsy: the NYC glass for $19.95, the Seattle glass for $19.95, and check out the full selection of city wineglasses for more options (available in over 50 cites).

    Psst — these also come in whiskey glasses and pints.

    16. A pack of leakproof  travel wine bottle cases you'll be soooo happy you invested in the next time you take a vacation and end up trying a wine you love so much that you just *have* to bring a bottle (or six) home. 

    Promising review: "Terrific product. I ordered these travel pouches after one of our sons had a wrapped bottle of wine break in his suitcase during travel. Obviously the packing was not sufficient, and I wanted to find a simple, packable, quality product to protect wine when shipping and traveling. It's fine when you purchase a case of wine and ship in a wine box, but single or double bottles are often purchased without a suitable packing solution available. The double layer provides confident protection for arrival and in case of leakage. The empty item easy to pack and doesn't take up space in a suitcase. The Velcro seal is very secure. The item is reusable. I'm very happy with this product, and we gave them to each of our kids." —mark s. 

    Get a set of four from Amazon for $18.99

    17. An entrancing S'well black marble wine tumbler with a triple-layered, vacuum-insulated design to make sure your wine stays just as crisp and cool as it was when you poured it an hour ago. 

    Model pouring white wine into a black and white marbled stemless insulated glass

    Promising review: "Love the black marble wine tumbler; wine stays chilled in the hottest sun! Color is great for my patio, would be even better if S’well could add few more ounces to the tumbler for wine lovers like me!! 🍷😊" —Brenda L. 

    Get it from S'well for $25

    18. A wine caddy for your bathtub that will basically make you feel like you're living inside an episode of Scandal, sans all the messy political drama and the effort of having to choose impeccable outfits every day.

    A transparent holder suctioned to the side of the tub with a stemmed wine glass in it

    Bonus: It also holds cans, so you can pop in a La Croix or enjoy a shower PBR, too.

    Promising review: "Such a simple idea, how is this just coming into my life now? I didn't think showers could get any better but now I have a brew/wine within reach at all times. Really helps take the edge off after a long day. The thing is way sturdier than you'd expect, I've tugged on it and it's not going anywhere. The slotted design allows you to use stemmed wineglasses, too. A truly perfect product. This piece of plastic is working as hard as my therapist and I stan." —Steven

    Get it from Amazon for $14.95 (available in five colors).

    19. Or an adjustable bamboo bathtub tray with a lil' spot for your wineglass that will turn your boring bathroom into a veritable spa. Prosecco? Poured. Candle? Lit. Netflix? Queued. Now all you have to do is calmly explain to your loved ones that you live in a tub now.

    dark wood bamboo caddy positioned over tub holding ipad, candle, and other accessories
    light wood version holding book, flower, wine, and olive oil

    Not only is it size adjustable to accommodate different tubs, it comes equipped with a wineglass holder, edges that safely prop up a book or tablet, a candle holder, and extra space for whatever else your cozy heart desires.

    Promising review: "When I placed my order for this tray I looked at the pics but did not realize how really cool this piece is. The ability to change the size is great, but I just love the different trays that are removable as well as the ability to put my phone and a Kindle in 'safe' areas of the tray. I found a perfect place for my TV remote should I want to watch TV and not read. I just got it and used it last night but it appears to be well-made, balanced, and offers versatility for the things you may want at your fingertips when taking a luxurious bath!" —SindiMcG

    Get it from Amazon for $39.97+ (available in five colors).

    20. A container of WineBlock, an all-natural balm (with a delightfully subtle orange blossom flavor!) you apply to your lips and teeth before drinking red wine to avoid any staining. 

    Model applying it to their lips
    The container of wine block next to a red wine glass

    Promising review: "This stuff works great, I'm really happy with it! I've gotten a few work friends hooked on it. Doesn't look professional to have purple lips at a work event and we work with a lot of winos. It's weird to put it on your teeth (I don't like that feeling...wish there was a way around it) but it works, so I deal with it." —Jennifer

    Get it from Amazon for $12.95

    21. A make-your-own-wine kit so you can enjoy the ULTIMATE hosting flex of holding up a bottle and saying, "Some wine? I made it myself." 😏 

    The boxed kit next to a jug of wine
    The Grommet

    This kit comes equipped with fermentable juice, high-quality yeast, oak, and additives, plus everything you need to make a full gallon of either Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet, or Pinot Grigio.

    Get it from The Grommet for $60 or Amazon for $64.99 (available in five wine varieties).

    22. A red wine stain–removing spray to pick up both old and new red wine stains from carpets, couches, towels, and fabrics, so now even your white duvet is safe from your Cabernet's clutches.

    Promising review: "This product blew my mind. We had tried everything to get rid of this wine stain, including white wine and pouring salt all over it. After spraying it with Wine Away, it completely disappeared in less than five seconds — and it smells like oranges! It also worked when I spilled coffee on the carpet a few days later." —Mattan Griffel

    Get it from Amazon for $11.

    23. A HyperChiller that will instantly revive that room-temperature rosé you were too lazy to put in the fridge. Presto, rosé-o.

    Model pouring coffee into HyperChiller
    Model pouring rosé out of HyperChiller

    Promising review: "I've struggled with making iced coffee at home until now — the HyperChiller is magic. I can't believe how quickly my coffee becomes cold with zero dilution. I was also surprised by how much coffee it held, it's perfect." —Brian Kelly

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99.

    24. A copy of Wine Folly, a super approachable, ridiculously fun book about wine chock-full of eye-catching graphics that anyone from a "beginner" in wine to a full-on sommelier can enjoy. For instance!! Did you know that the way you taste certain wines might be down to genetics?? 🤯 

    The cover of the book
    A page inside explaining wine tannins

    Promising review: "While I've been a wine drinker for many years, I've never considered myself anywhere near an expert. I've always been turned away from most wine books or publications because they seem too stuffy and snobby — almost like they feel way better about themselves if they use words and phrases that other people won't understand. What I love about this book, and Wine Folly in general, is how approachable it is. This book is packed with information that is great for beginners and seasoned drinkers alike. I've given it away as gifts and people love it. When they start flipping through it on my coffee table they want to buy it." —Melissa MH

    Get it from on Amazon for $14.69