Christmas is coming! Here you will find some suggestions which might help choosing a gift for your wine lover friends.
A Bottle Of Wine
Go classic: Champagne or another ‘traditional-method’ sparkling wine is sure to be greeted with a smile. A Prosecco might also be an option if your friend prefer fruitier wines. Pinot Noir, perhaps from Burgundy or the USA, makes an elegant red wine pairing with festive meals. For white wine lovers you could choose a powerful Meursault from Burgundy or a more delicate Soave from the Veneto in Italy.
Go eccentric: Trying new wines can be exciting and fun, so why not go for an orange wine or a natural wine. This can be a great way to explore new wines and can make for an interesting gift for your friend or loved one. Maybe they will like Poulsard wine from Jura?
Decanters: These days they come in all different shapes and sizes, some classic and others more experimental. Sure you will find the right one for every taste.
Wine Openers and Preservers: This makes a very practical gift. Wine openers you can find in many styles and different prices. If you don’t have a huge budget, a vacuum pump wine saver is an effective and inexpensive way to keep wine fresher for longer.
Wine Cooler Bucket: An elegant stainless-steel wine cooler will be the piece de resistance at any dinner party it’s used at. It will help to keep wine at the optimum temperature, even when it’s placed directly onto the dinner table.
A Gift Of Knowledge
Looking for an unforgettable gift? Certified wine courses might be a great option. Our academy offer WSET courses for both the wine professionals and the community of wine lovers and enthusiasts based in and around Amsterdam. Signing up your friend or loved one for a course is a great way to show you care, and could even be a wonderful experience for you to share! The knowledge they gain will stay with them forever and they’ll never forget the gift you gave them this festive season!
Click here for more information about our wine courses
Amsterdam, December 13th 2019