Mother’s Day is Sunday May 14th, so it’s time to start thinking about what you’re going to get the woman who raised you.
And if you don’t live close to her and need to send something, then you really need to get on this. But we’ve got you covered. We’ve compiled the ultimate gift guide for the many different personalities of our Wine-Loving Moms.
Meeting her for brunch? Bring this bottle.
The Vilarnau Brut Reserva Rosé is a Cava, a Spanish sparkling wine, with aromas of strawberries, blueberries, and florals. But it’s the bottle’s design that makes this Instagram-worthy. It is take on a modernist movement going on in Catalonia, Spain, right now called Trencadís — where artists create mosaics from tiny fragments of broken ceramic tiles, roof tiles or crockery. So the bottle is this mosaic colors in pink, salmon and florals. It could be its own centerpiece. She will surely save this after you’ve shared it and put flowers in it or something.
She Love Chocolate? Send her this.
This St. Supery Cabernet Sauvignon and box of Godiva dark chocolates might possibly be the perfect match. And dark chocolate has health benefits to boot. So take care of mom right.
Is She a California Cab Lover? Order her one of these.
Silver Oak's top-rated Cabernet Sauvignons are iconic and if Mom is a Cali Cab lover these are at the top of her list. So why not get her a bottle that says Love you Mom etched right in it? She’ll LOVE the wine and save the bottle forever.
Does She Get Crafty? Get her this.
Everyone needs a cool tray when they entertain so this Wine Cork Serving by Wine Enthusiast is a must-have. You can either give her the kit or make it for her. There are other cork crafts available, including a cork board and some fun coasters. Added bonus: you even can have craft time together.
Is She a Fashionista? She Needs This.
If you really want to splurge, you will never go wrong with a Leather Double Bottle Wine Carrier. She will look so sharp and sleek when she can carries her favorite bottles to her next event.
Health Nut? Give Her this.
If Mom tries really hard to eat clean and organic, consider getting her an the Üllo so she can remove the unnecessary sulfites from her next glass of wine.
Now remember, sulfites aren’t harmful — and they actually are necessary to preserve the wine as it travels from the vineyard to your home. But once you open the bottle, the sulfites have done their job and are no longer necessary. The Üllo filter can remove them for her if she is trying to stay preservative-free. Best part is she can throw it in right her purse too and carry it with her.
Tracy Byrnes, former FOX Business Network anchor and host of “Wine with Me” for Foxnews.com, is editor-in-chief and chief contributor of The Sip.