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"In vino veritas." —Pliny the Elder
"Wine is the only artwork you can drink." —Luis Fernando Olaverri
"It's Turtle Time." —Ramona Singer
In case you didn't already know, today is National White Wine Day! Whether you prefer relaxing with a good vintage, chugging it at a sporting event or using wine as a weapon à la Real Housewives (jk, sorta), it's a great day to try new wines and shop must-have items for wine lovers.
From chic wine glasses to electric wine openers, we've rounded up a few things every wine lover should own. Shop our list below—and drink responsibly, friends.
Brooklyn Brew Shop Sparkling Wine Making Kit
This kit has the essentials (and instructions) that you need to make 5 bottles of your own sparkling wine. All of the equipment is reusable too, which means you just need another round of ingredients for your upcoming wine batches. Brooklyn Brew Shop also has a kit to make your own rosé if that's more your thing.
Want to take a trip to Napa Valley without leaving home? Then you gotta try BOXT. This female-founded startup offers awarding-winning, hand-crafted and eco-friendly wine, shipped directly from Napa vineyards to your door. You get four bottles worth of vino in every BOXT, and it stays fresh for six weeks. Plus, with code WINELOVER, you'll get your first membership BOXT for just $59!
Cuisinart CWO-25 Electric Wine Opener
This compact, cordless and lightweight electric wine opener will uncork up to 50 bottles in one charge—plus, it'll pop out synthetic or natural corks with ease, so you won't be picking cork out of your wine. As if that's not enough, it features a simple two-button operation and a foil cutter.
Corkcicle 3-in-1 Wine Chiller
Enjoy your white wine the right way with this nifty little number, which you can freeze and slip into your favorite bottle of chardonnay to cool it down—and keep it cool. Plus, it has a built-in aerator and an easy-pour spout, so now you have nobody to blame but yourself when you commit a party foul and spill.
Red Wine Stain Remover
That said, spills happen to the best of us, no matter how hard we try to be graceful while drinking. But luckily, this stain remover will restore your T-shirt, tablecloth or white couch back to its pristine state! Made from biodegradable surfactant, it works on old and new stains, is safe on colorfast washable fabrics, and it also removes stains left by berry juice, coffee and more.
Wine Glass Markers
Ever been at a party and gotten your glass mixed up with someone else's? Don't rely on lipstick or fingerprints to find yours ever again. Just use one of these wine markers, and write your name on the glass. When you're done with your drink, just wipe it off with warm soapy water.
Ivation 18 Bottle Thermoelectric Wine Cooler
If you've gone from wine enthusiast to full-blown wine lover, getting a proper wine cooler is the next step of your obsession. This one aims to protect the quality and taste of your wines through stable temperature, an optimal level of humidity, and a smoked door to keep out harmful UV rays.
OtterBox Elevation Wine Tumbler
We also recommend the OtterBox Elevation Wine Tumbler, which comes in a great variety of colors. Its stainless steel design features an internal copper lining to keep your wine at the perfect temperature. And holds two standard wine pours so you're not constantly having to refill.
OtterBox Trooper 20
Speaking of OtterBox, we'd be remiss if we didn't include their rugged Trooper 20 soft cooler as an outdoors must-have. It also comes in two colors, is water resistant and has a wide opening for easy access. Did we mention the premium grade thermal insulation keeps ice for over three days? And there's a bottle opener included, in case beer is more your style.
Wine Folly: The Master Guide
Whether you're a veteran vintner or you just enjoy the odd glass, you can always learn more about wine—and Wine Folly is the way to do it. Learn about over 100 different varietals of grapes, explore maps of wine regions, discover new food and wine airings, and more.
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—Originally published May 25, 2019, at 3:00 a.m. PT