Uncork your next bottle in style with these essential wine accessories for your home bar!

So, you’ve carefully picked out a new drop you want to uncork and sip through, now what? When it comes to wine, there’s a whole world to understand. Are you aerating your wine? Have you removed the sediment? Do you just want to know the basics of wine and where it comes from?

Whether you’re a connoisseur or new to the world of wine, we’ve curated a helpful guide packed with the best wine accessories and home bar needs. From searching to storing and serving, this sippable selection of must have wine accessories will be everything you need. Cheers!

<strong>Maxwell & Williams </strong>Cocktail & Co Wine Aerator with Stand
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Maxwell & Williams Cocktail & Co Wine Aerator with Stand

Any true wine lover will understand the frustration of opening a bottle of wine, serving and then discovering drabs of sediment in their glass. This is where the Cocktail & Co Wine Aerator with Stand by Maxwell & Williams comes in. This essential wine accessory for your home bar is simple but, an ultimate life saver. Not only does the device expose your wine to air enhancing taste and aroma but, thanks to the removable miniature sieve, you’ll be able to capture the sediment before it lands in your glass. Great to use as you pour your wine into a decanter too!

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<strong>Pelli Bags</strong> On the Grapevine Canvas Wine Cooler Bag
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Pelli Bags On the Grapevine Canvas Wine Cooler Bag

Planning a picnic with friends? How about a beach day? Or do you always supply the tastiest drops at dinner parties? Enter Pelli Bags and the On the Grapevine Canvas Wine Cooler Bag. Made from natural jute, recycled plastic and plant-based insulation, this wine cooler bag will allow you to transport two tasty tipples in style. Keeping your drops cool and safe, the On the Grapevine Canvas Wine Cooler Bag by Pelli Bags are also easy to clean, with a simple wipe-down required!

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<strong>Villeroy and Boch </strong>Vinobile 1L Crystal Decanter
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Villeroy and Boch Vinobile 1L Crystal Decanter

Without a doubt, when it comes to your home bar, one must-have wine accessory is a classic crystal decanter. And, leading lifestyle brand, Villeroy and Boch, tops the list with their Vinobile 1L Crystal Decanter. Made from hand-blown crystal glass, this carafe compliments a traditional and modern styling with its simple design. Dishwasher safe, the crystal glass construction allows for drinkers to appreciate every hue and texture of the wine they’re serving. Ample, effortless and sophisticated. 

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<strong>The Wine Collective</strong>
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The Wine Collective

So you’ve filled up your home bar with all of the latest wine accessories. But the most important thing to have is in fact the wine. We get it, choosing wine is a daunting task. With so many options, it’s hard to find the best drops in the one place. Enter The Wine Collective. Originally known as The Wine Society, now The Wine Collective is an integral part of the Australian wine industry. Stocking over 9,000 wines, what sets The Wine Collective apart is their complimentary Personal Wine Advisors and impressive Rewards & Loyalty Program.

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<strong>The World Atlas of Wine</strong>
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The World Atlas of Wine

When one of the world’s most famous wine writers – Hugh Johnson – and respected wine critic – Jancis Robinson – pair up on a book, you know it’s going to be good. Over 416 pages, Johnson and Robinson has beautifully highlighted the global wine scene with the eighth edition of The World Atlas of Wine. With 22 new maps, The World Atlas of Wine addresses everything from wine growers to drinking and so much more. With exceptional photography throughout, the wine-writing duo is praised for their joint forces to create a must-have wine book for your home bar or coffee table!

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Now that you’ve purchased the newest wine accessories, it’s time to touch up on your serving skills. Learn more about Wine Etiquette Tips on How to Correctly Pour and Taste Wine here. Or, go booze-free with this guide to the Best Non-Alcoholic Australian Made Wines!

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