There are hundreds of UK wine gifts to choose from (not forgetting the endless list of the wines themselves!), with something to suit every occasion.
Here are a few ideas to get you started:
Corkscrews - you could buy a novelty corkscrew, a professional one like those used by waiters, or an instant lever pull corkscrew for easy opening. Corkscrews can cost anything up to $90 (£50) for the really high tech models, so there is bound to be one out there at the right price for you.
Books - buying a book about wine could be the answer, whether it is one directly about the wine or about food to go with wine. France claims to have 365 varieties of cheese, so buying a book about cheese opens up a whole avenue of new taste experiences that will last until the next birthday!
Games - there are a number of board games available based on the art of wine tasting and wine purchasing. These are ideal if you are looking to buy a gift for the whole group to enjoy.
Decanters - with so many different decanters on the market, from traditional decanting cradles for the really serious enthusiast, to more space age versions for the modern home, there is a good chance that you will find one to suit the occasion. Prices vary a lot, starting around $45 (£25) for the simplest models.
Chilling - a polished aluminium ice bucket will set you back around $36 (£20) and an acrylic one under $15 (£10). There are various and manifold styles available so you can match it with the décor, or go for something completely different! Wine coolers come in all shapes and sizes from an acrylic cooler at $15 (£10) to a neoprene bottle jacket $28 (£15).
Bottle stoppers - chrome and stainless steel bottle stoppers are a stylish way to save the rest of the bottle for another day, or you could opt for one of the many novelty stoppers out there - one for every personality!
Wine baskets - if you want to go all out and buy something a bit more special, a wine basket could be the option for you. Costing from about $25 (£12) and upwards (you set your own limits) wine baskets can be created for any theme or occasion. Try an Italian themed, or French countryside, or gourmet basket. They usually contain a bottle (or more) of wine, cheese crackers, fruit, olives, nuts, cheese (predominantly camembert or brie), and possibly salami. Alternatively, why not make up your own basket? Simply find a good sized container, select your wine and then choose the products to match.