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6 wine accessories we’re drooling over right now

We're tapping 'add to cart' on these impossibly chic wine accessories

Morgan Olsen
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Morgan Olsen

Whether you're upgrading your at-home toolbox or searching for a unique gift for a vino-obsessed friend, the best wine accessories come in many shapes and sizes. There are functional pieces – like a quality corkscrew and great bottle stoppers – and fun-to-have pieces, like a seriously chic wine tote for schlepping your bottles in style. And for the wine lover who has everything? A set of jewel-hued goblets should do the trick.

If you're looking to shake up your wine accessories with something new and fresh, you've come to the right place. These drool-worthy finds will not only impress your next house guests, but they'll also help you swirl and sip better – and who doesn't love that? Take a look at the drool-worthy wine accessories that are catching our eye right now.

Wine accessories for every vino lover

Hand-blown wine glasses, Food52 ($160–$175 for 6)
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1. Hand-blown wine glasses, Food52 ($160–$175 for 6)

Looking at the world through rose-colored glasses? Hopefully they're wine glasses. Crafted in Poland by Estelle Colored Glass, these impossibly chic drinkware sets are inspired by antique shop treasures. Choose from stemmed or stemless glasses and pick your color – they're available in rose, blush and smoke. (Or, opt for the mixed set for two of each.)

Mass wine stoppers, FS Objects ($76)
Photograph: FS Objects

2. Mass wine stoppers, FS Objects ($76)

Put a cork in it – preferably one of these mirrored geometric beauties that appears as if it’s floating on top of your bottle of chenin blanc. Select your shape (sphere or dome) and material (stainless steel or brass) before getting your initials engraved in it for safekeeping (an extra $10).

The Wine Tote, WP Standard ($68)
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3. The Wine Tote, WP Standard ($68)

Does anyone else feel like they’re constantly running from one wine-fueled dinner party to the next in 2021? If so, ditch the plastic bag from the liquor store in favor of this beautiful full-grain leather tote that holds two bottles – one to sip and one for the host. There’s even a pouch for your trusty corkscrew so that no bottle goes unopened.

Chiri vintage gold corkscrew, Nkuku ($42)
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4. Chiri vintage gold corkscrew, Nkuku ($42)

You know you’re an adult when you get excited about upgrading your home bar accessories. Now that you’ve got a real cocktail shaker and a proper jigger (no more eyeballing shots of Jame-O), it’s time to treat yourself to a quality corkscrew. This one ticks all the right boxes with its vintage feel, golden-hued brass and easy-to-maneuver pull.

White wine chiller, Vinglacé ($89.95)
Photograph: Courtesy Vinglacé

5. White wine chiller, Vinglacé ($89.95)

What’s cooler than being cool? A portable bottle insulator that’s double-walled and vacuum-insulated to keep every bottle ice cold for hours on end. The adjustable top screws up and down to fit most bottles – whether you're popping bubbly or sipping rosé. Stocked in a variety of colors (including seafoam green, navy and rose gold), these chillers are practical enough for a park picnic and sophisticated enough to make an appearance at your next dinner party.

Ichendorf Milano Alchemy decanter, Mociun ($98)
Photograph: Courtesy Mociun

6. Ichendorf Milano Alchemy decanter, Mociun ($98)

To decant or not to decant – that is the question. Though, when you’re working with glassware like this, do you really need to ask? Designed by Corrado Dotti, this amber-hued stunner makes even the cheapest bottle of wine feel luxe. Did we mention that it’s dishwasher safe? Be still, my heart.

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