Wine is practically a way of life in Southern Oregon — it’s been referred to as the Burgundy of the United States — and Harry & David has been at the forefront of this movement, producing its own award-winning wines for 10 years, from cabernet and chardonnay to pinot noir and pinot gris.
And let’s not forget about all the wine baskets that Harry & David assembles — by hand! And how great wine is as a gift. Combine the two and you have exceptional wine gift baskets. So, trust us when we tell you that these wine baskets make for great holiday gifts for any wine lover, whether they’re a newb or full-blown oenophile. Or if you just want to impress some of your clients. You can toast us for landing that big account. Or send us a thank you gift. Most likely, it’ll come from us anyway.
A bento box is usually reserved for containing the different courses of a Japanese lunch — a couple of pieces of California roll, a gyoza or two, some chicken in teriyaki sauce…but I digress. A bento box is just a box with lots of compartments. Why not dedicate those spaces to chocolate, too? And when it comes to chocolate, no country makes it better than Belgium. That country is to chocolate as Japan is to sushi. See what we’re getting at here? There’s dark chocolate bark and milk chocolate mendiants, all coated with Belgium’s finest. This box comes with a bottle either of Harry & David Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon or Reserve Pinot Noir.
Wine and cheese is one of the greatest pairings in the history of food. Don’t worry, spaghetti and meatballs, you’re still tops in my book. So anytime a gift basket or, in this case, crate contains these two elements, just order it, get one for yourself. This particular crate has a bottle of pinot noir and five different cheeses with which to drink it, including a nutty, Italian-inspired Sartori BellaVitano Gold cheese; tangy and savory Rogue Creamery Oregon Blue cheese, which has been awarded the best blue cheese in the world; and Beehive Jivin’ Chive cheese curds — we don’t charge extra for the squeaks.
Wine and charcuterie board lovers rejoice! This antipasto assortment gift was made for you gourmands. Three bottles, two of which are award winners, grace this gift: 2020 Chardonnay (silver medal winner at the 2022 Oregon Wine Awards), 2020 Pinot Noir (gold medal winner at the 2022 San Francisco Chronicle Competition), and a 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon — no awards, but it’s a winner in my book. And you’ll win, too, when you enjoy a glass of any of these wines with two types of Olli artisan salami, two different cheeses, some spreads, and garlic-stuffed olives.
Savor gourmet favorites with this wine barrel-inspired gift basket that adds the perfect touch of rustic flair to any décor and features a wonderful assortment of snacks. In addition to a bottle of 2019 Merlot, this barrel includes a range of delights, such as white cheddar and Gouda cheeses, salami con vino, fig spread, chocolate decadence cake, and more. We like to say “and more” to add some mystery to this gift, but it’s totally true — the “and more” portion is delicious…
If you buy this, you may get the gold medal for best gift giver. The accompanying 2021 Sparkling White won a gold medal at the 2022 Oregon Wine Experience, and the chiller ensures you drink this exquisite wine at the right temperature. Nobody likes drinking warm wine. You want to serve sparkling wine between 46 and 50° F. Enjoy the sparkling wine with notes of citrus with salami, cheese, and roasted almonds.
What do you get the entertainer in your life? This incredible collection of gourmet food and wine, of course. Mouthwatering savory and salty and sweet snacks fill the Ultimate Wine Pairing Collection to the brim, each hand selected to pair with bottles of chardonnay, pinot noir, and Ross Lane Red blend.
For more holiday gifting inspiration, check out our other gift guides:
Gifts for Her
Gifts for Him
Gifts for Foodies
Gifts Under $30
Gifts Under $50
12 Days of Christmas Gift Guide