Free Printable Christmas Wine Tags—Easy Hostess or Neighbor Gift Idea!

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free printable wine gift tags

Need a quick DIY hostess or neighbor gift?

How about gifting a nice bottle of wine as a super easy and cute gift idea?! Personalize it by adding one of these funny Christmas plaid gift tags I designed especially for all you awesome Hip2Save readers.

This is a nice, thoughtful holiday gift for friends and just about anyone you know who enjoys drinking wine. If you are attending holiday parties this season, this would be perfect to bring to the host as a thank you!

wine gift idea with free printable tags

These FREE printable tags are a unique and easy way to gift wine and are sure to bring a little holiday cheer to the recipient! The best part? All you have to do is simply print them at home, cut them out, and place them around your favorite bottle of wine—easy peasy!

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DIY Wine Gift Using Free Printable Tags




Print gifts tags on cardstock and cut them out.
Note: You can either use a craft knife in the middle circle of the gift tag to cut out the circle, or use scissors and tape the back shut. 


Fold the tag downwards at the top of the white box so that it will lay flat over the bottle of wine.


Gift it to your lucky recipient!

funny free printable christmas wine tags

The holidays will be fine, as long as there’s wine! 🍷

Easy gifts like these are such a timesaver during the holidays. I love clever, festive gift tags, and these cute wine sayings are so fun! It’s little details like this that can make an ordinary gift something a little more thoughtful. Cheers!

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About the writer:

Lina has a Bachelor's Degree from Northern Arizona University with 11 years of blogging and photography experience having work featured in, Martha Stewart, Country Living, Fox News, Buzzfeed, and HGTV.

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Comments 19

  1. Lucero

    Any suggestions on Which wine to give out as a gift? Don’t know much about wine but would like some ideas of a couple affordable ones to give out. Thanks!

    • Megan

      Barefoot wines are usually inexpensive (under $10) but pretty decent quality. 🙂 I think their Moscato is usually a crowd pleaser for the people who like white wines.

      • Megan

        I should have said white/sparkling wine. 🙃

    • Stacy Younis

      Agree that Moscato is a great white wine for pretty much anyone. A good red one I have discovered that most people like is Roscato (it’s basically a red moscato). It’s a bubbly red wine, so not bitter.

      • Emily

        Avoid moscato for more “seasoned” wine drinkers. Young people in their early 20’s love it, but it’s very very sweet.
        I’d recommend a crisp,dry white as a crowd pleaser. Chardonnay (although, depending on the oakiness some people might not like it).

        • Emily

          Cupcake is an inexpensive brand that has a “cute” factor that I like for gifts. There’s also a sparkling white that has gold flakes in it for around $15 that looks impressive but doesn’t break the bank. 🙂

      • terri’s only for people who want sweet bubbly drinks. I hate Moscato.

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Costco has some great wine deals, and we like their Kirkland Chardonnay that’s affordable. Also I hear Trader Joe’s has some nice affordable wines.

    • terri

      I am a white wine drinker and do not drink moscato, it’s a bubbly sweet beverage, I hate it. It is only for people who you know like sparkly sweet drinks. I don’t and I’m sure a few others don’t either. Regular white wine drinkers like either a Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay or Sauvignon Blanc.

    • terri

      I don’t know what you consider ‘affordable’, but taste should be a factor since you are buying wine. Go to a liquor store and ask for something, or at least look for anything around $10, that probably won’t taste awful like cheap wine might.

  2. Sham

    I love these!!! Thanks!!!

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh nice! You’re very welcome 😉

  3. Mary

    Trader Joe’s has Charles Shaw (aka 2 buck chuck) and I’d recommend it as it’s reasonable and compared to some high priced wines tastes better! Used to cost $1.99 now $3.99. Some liquor stores carry it as well not just Trader Joe’s.

  4. Tamika

    What size paper should be used to print the tags?

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      I would use white card stock paper- so they won’t rip easily

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      and 8×11 on the size – sorry!

  5. Barbara Pahutski

    Love these! Thanks for sharing!

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Sure- Cheers Barbara!

  6. tatyana

    any ideas for hostess gift, if they don’t drink?

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