You can do better than a boring old wine bag. Pretty up your gift of wine with these reusable fabric wine bottle wraps, handmade in Columbus from vintage fabrics. Check out more designs online at The Unique Bird bottle wrap, $6.50 at Meza wine shop in Westerville

Along with artisan chocolates, truffles and dessert sauces, Napa Valley's Anette's Chocolates puts out peanut brittles made with wines, beers and liquors. This one's got Spanish peanuts, vanilla, a touch of salt and a hint of buttery chardonnay. Chardonnay Wine Brittle, $10 at Market District in Upper Arlington

This nifty brush is tailor-made for a tricky task -- cleaning stemware. The foam brush leaves glasses streak-free, and helpfully splits in half to easily reach the bottom. It also claims to be a "lipstick eraser," which you'll appreciate if you've ever had to scrub your grandma's wine glass. Sparkle Clean Glass Pro, $4 at Market District in Upper Arlington

The well-curated home decor shop T. David moved from German Village to the Short North earlier this year, bringing with it a large selection of vintage barware. You'll also find lots of vintage-looking bottle stoppers, including these spigot-topped ones. Assorted wine stoppers, $18 each at T. David Collection in the Short North

Athens, Ohio-based Vino de Milo makes delicious wine-based pasta sauces, salad dressings, salsas and bruschetta toppings. Their sweet and salty Black Olive & Currant Bruschetta combines malbec with Ohio-grown tomatoes, chopped black olives and whole currants. Spoon some onto toasted baguette slices and you're good to go. Vino de Milo Black Olive & Currant Bruschetta, $5 at The Hills Market in Worthington

Perfect for picnicking or partying, this durable PVC bag can be filled with ice water to chill down bottles of white wine on the go. Bottle Bubble Ice, $9 at Wine on High in the Short North

(Jodi Miller photos)