Oooh Pretty: 10 Bottles of Wine That Already Look Like Holiday Gifts

Because honestly it's coming out of that bag the second you arrive anyway.

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Whether it's a way to say "thanks for having me over and letting me eat all your food" or the one thing you know your grape-guzzling friend will appreciate, these wines are all dressed up and ready to go (and feel a little more special than just, you know, grabbing that random bottle you've never had, taking off the price tag, and throwing it in a liquor-store bag).

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Bubbles: ONEHOPE Gold Glitter Edition Brut Sparkling Wine

This California sparkling wine (literally, heh) features hints of green apple and nectarines, and pairs well with basically anything. Best part? It's two gifts in one: every bottle provides 15 meals to a child in need.


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Wine: Josh Cellars Wine with Customized Holiday Label

Perfect for the last-minute gifter in all of us, Josh Cellars makes it easy: Pick your favorite kind (we're partial to the Cabernet Sauvignon), head to their site, create a customized holiday label, and they'll send it to you for free. Boom.

$15 for a bottle of wine;

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Bubbles: Nicolas Feuillatte Brut Réserve Gold Compass

This limited-edition champagne (which comes in a decorative tin!) features apple, pear, and peach flavors with a bit of spice. Perfect for stashing until NYE.


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Wine: Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc in Holiday Edition Bottle

Now the budget wine you love (seriously, under $20!) is available in a limited-edition bottle perfect for the holiday host. (Or yourself.)


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Bubbles: Moët & Chandon Brut Imperial in Diamond Suit

This bottle of Moët & Chandon brut imperial not only comes dressed to impress in a gold suit, but it's also thermal, meaning you can transport it cold and it'll stay that way for up to two hours.


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Wine: Tank Garage Winery's Stars Like Ours Rosé

Facts: 1) Pretty much everyone likes rosé, 2) This bottle is cute AF without being too over-the-top holiday-y, 3) You really need another fact?

$38 for a magnum or $48 for 3;

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Bubbles: Veuve Clicquot Arrows

Why get them *just* a bottle of champagne when you can also add a commemorative tin featuring their favorite big city? These Veuve Clicquot Arrows are adorable and are perfect for any bar cart way after you've popped the bubbly.

$49; and fine retailers

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Wine: Dreaming Tree Wines Holiday Gift Pack

Make their holidays *that* much brighter with this 3-pack of varietals (chardonnay, a red blend, and cabernet sauvignon) that comes with a $50 gift card to Ticketmaster—all for $69. Even better? A portion of the proceeds from the sale of every bottle goes toward environmental organizations like the Wilderness Society and Living Lands & Waters.


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Bubbles: Chandon Limited-Edition Holiday Bottle Designed by Rebecca Minkoff

Festive bottles with Minkoff's signature gold stud pattern—if this isn't a dressed up bottle we don't know what is.


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Wine: Silver Oak Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Holiday Bottles

Featuring designs that say all the charming holiday phrases ("Oh What Fun," "Happy Holidays," "Merry Christmas," etc.), these pre-etched limited-edition holiday bottles of Cabernet Sauvignon are pretty much perfect for gifting.

Starting at $99;

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