Some of the wines can be exceptionally expensive and finding them may be difficult, but everyone who loves wine will have a need for accessories. Bottle stoppers that replace the cork once it has been extracted make good vineyard gifts, as most people never seem to have one when it is needed. Opening the bottles can also be a challenge and corkscrews always seem to be appreciated, especially if they can take the labor out of removing the cork. Available as vineyard gifts, they come in many varieties as well as in different levels of difficulty.
Being truly unique with the choice of vineyard gifts can be more expensive than buying things off the shelf but personalized napkins and coasters can add a touch of elegance to any table or family room setting. For some recipients, wine and country gifts to fit their dcor may be a batter choice.
Keeping it Simple Not Always an Option
Grapes used in wine come from many parts of the world and they will not always grow in all areas. Choosing grapevines as vineyard gifts can be tricky at best, and unless the person has the room and the desire to farm and make their own wine, may not make the best vineyard gifts. Although, if they do make their own wine equipment that measures the sugar content in the juice can make their wine-making life much simpler.
Finding bottles into which their home brew can be capped is sometimes a task and buying a dozen or so empty bottles can be appreciated vineyard gifts for those who crush their own grapes. For those that prefer to buy their own, consider a wine rack or, if the budget allows, a refrigerated wine rack to keep the beverage chilled until use. For the most part any wine lover will appreciate a bottle of wine, but knowing the type they prefer will make the recipient happier with the gift.