When it comes to buying gifts it can be quite the task finding the right present, particularly for someone who "has everything". It's always easier when you have a good feel for their passions and hobbies - wine included- as it's far easier to shop more effectively.
With that in mind, if you know someone who is passionate about their wine and considers themselves quite the connoisseur, then we're sure the following gifts will be right up their street. Alternatively, if you're just looking to treat yourself to some new wine accessories and gadgets, you've come to the right place.
While you're at it, why not peruse our guide on luxurious wines to try this international wine day?
Arguably the best innovation in wine for decades, Coravin allows wine enthusiasts to enjoy it by the glass without compromising the whole bottle. That means those wines you've been cellaring for years can be tasted and enjoyed, but also savoured for years to come.
Coravin gives wine lovers the chance to test whether their cellared wines are at their full potential and removes the pressure of having to consumer a bottle at once. The needles work on all cork bottles and attachable screw caps too, so you can preserve bottles that don't have corks and enjoy them by Coravin.
£329 from selfridges.com
If sabrage isn't already one of their party tricks, now's the time to gift them the weapons to learn. Who wouldn't be impressed with someone opening a bottle of bubbly with a sabre? This one in all its grandeur deservers pride of place in any wine room.
£119 from winebuyers.com
Journey through America's finest vineyards in this visually stunning and informative book, which covers the history and trends of wines from the US while sharing insight into the most collectable wines. It comes presented in a wooden case and makes a wonderful gift for any wine enthusiast.
£775 from Farfetch
This gorgeous Connoisseur set has everything anyone needs to get by, beautifully encased in a box mapping out the world's famous wine regions. Complete various style bottle openers, bottle stoppers and a bottle thermometer, it even has an apron to ensure the owner looks the part.
- Bilame Anniversaire twin-blade corkscrew
- Garçon bottle opener
- Foil cutter
- Oeno Motion Lever corkscrew
- Cork opener
- Universal Developer
- On/Off Gard'vin wine keeper
- Bubble cork
- Cork stopper
$595 from mrporter.com
Every oenologist should own a wine decanter and sometimes the flashier the better. This Riedel crystal horn decanter is one that would look fantastic even when empty on a shelf, or centre stage in the middle of your dining table when entertaining.
€533 from Harrods
Wine time, anytime! This luxury travel set is the chicest picnic companion that allows you to enjoy great wine on the go, have it well stored and well-presented all at once. Made of fine brown leather and plenty of straps to ensure a secure fit, we're sure this luxury present would impress any oenologist.
$2,315 from mrporter.com
Pulling the cork on some bottles is an arduous task with great reward (mostly). This device from Cuisinart gives your muscles some rest and guarantees a neat and tidy cork removal thanks to the foil cutter. At the touch of a button the corks will be removed by the cordless device, and you can reseal bottles with the vacuum sealer included.
€44 from Harrods
Sometimes it's the gimmicky gifts that go down the best. This Champagne Cork Stool is right on trend with wine lovers and will look right at home in any wine room or tasting station. It's all about building your brand and being on-brand and, if anything, this will be a great conversation starter.
£142.50 from Amazon
Over-aerating your wine can sometimes compromise the flavours, but the Aveine aerator does the guesswork for you. Download the easy-to-use app with which you scan the bottle label and have it calculate how much it needs to be aerated. You then adjust the timeframe on the aerator device and pour away!
£340 from Amazon