Calling all wine lovers. Do we have a gift for you...and by gift we mean a roundup of products to take your wine time to the next level. Because sometimes sip happens...
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Hello travel table. This one collapses for easy storage, has two slots for wine glasses, and one hole for a full bottle. Plus it has just enough room left over to hold a plate of your favorite snacks. All you’ve got to do is plant the spike into the ground. Add to cart. ($58, Uncommon Goods)
Filter your wine. This tool removes histamines and sulfites. Aka, the things that can cause reactions like congestion, red cheeks, and headaches. And no, it won’t affect the taste. Simple solutions, we see you. ($19.95+, The Grommet)
Turn to a kit. This one does the work for you. One bag contains a mix of dehydrated fruits, veggies, spices and herbs. So you can make the perfect red wine sangria. But heads up, it needs to infuse for three days. So plan accordingly. ($15, InBooze on Etsy)
Read up. With detailed taste profiles and region maps, you’ll become a wine pro. It even has serving tips and ways to identify flavors. So when you say ‘light-bodied’ or ‘dry,’ you’ll actually know what you’re talking about. Cheers. ($23, Bookshop)
Freshen up. Instantly brighten up your smile and refresh your breath with a single wipe. They’re ideal for virtual wine tastings when you’re sipping different varieties. Plus they won’t interfere with the taste of your drink. Nothing to wine about here. ($14.20/pack of 12, Amazon)
PS: These are editorially selected, but if you purchase, theSkimm may get something in return.
PPS: If something’s out of stock, oops, it was there when we published. And we apologize for any shipping delays due to COVID-19. Thanks.
Skimm'd by Alexandra Napoli, Jessica Kelly
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