Lets firstly get something clear – it doesn’t need to be Mother’s Day, Christmas or her birthday to buy your Mum a gift. Mother’s deserved to be spoilt no matter the occasion.
Especially when it comes to spoiling her with wine (or wine related gifts)! Being a mother myself, and having to go through 9+ months without wine, I know what a sacrifice it is!
With Mother’s Day fast approaching this year (don’t forget it’s always the second Sunday in May), I thought it would be a good time to put together a list of fabulous gift ideas ma’s and no doubt females, in general, will love.
And hey, if you end up putting a little wish list together for yourself, I don’t blame you!
Please note: I share products I love and enjoy myself (or wish I was getting for Mother’s Day – hint hint Mr Spittoon and Baby TC!). I am an affiliate partner with some of the brands below, therefore by clicking through and making a purchase, I may receive a small amount of commission.
1. Wine & Pamper Gift
I don’t know about you, but speaking as a female, I can’t think of a better combination – wine and pampering. Where do I sign up?!?
Our friends at Good Pair Days have put together a wine gift box which includes three pampering gifts as well (Coconut & Caramelised Popcorn Milk Chocolate from Hey Tiger, Aceology face mask, Fank Body Original Coffee Scrub).
You can choose an ‘all red’, ‘chilled’ or ‘mixed box’ – all are $93 including delivery.
2. Wine Socks
I have a pretty good collection of wine socks. In fact I might be a little obsessed. Which is why when I saw the below beauties – I just had to share!
These Give Me Rosé And Tell Me I’m Pretty socks are available on the Just In Time Gourmet website. You can add them to one of their Create Your Own Hampers alongside a ton of other wine related goodies like:
3. Blind Wine Tasting Card Game
Is mum a games lover as well? Then you definitely need to check out the Blinders Game from the same people who created the SOMM documentaries.
This fun blind wine tasting card game, brings together the fun of games and blind tasting. With my parents visiting next month, we are sure to play a few games, so stay tuned to see how we go!
I have a discount code for 20% off which I would love for you to use!
4. Platters Made From Recycled Wine Barrels
They are beautifully made, they smell great and they look fantastic adorned with delicious cheeses and meats. I am so obsessed with mine that I get out the canola oil after every use to oil it back up so it stays in pristine condition for as long as possible!
5. Fiction Wine Books
There are so many awesome wine books out there. Many of these pack tons of delicious wine education into. However alongside all those great non-fiction wine books, I love myself a good fiction wine book.
After being sent a sample of one of Peter Stafford Bow’s books last year to read, Mr Spittoon then went out and bought me two more of his books as I loved the first one so much!
I also really enjoyed Root Cause by Steven Laine when I read it in 2019.