Gluten Free Gift Baskets With Wine: Our Top Choices

Today, we’re going to be looking at gluten free gift baskets with wine. Whether you’re wanting to make your own gluten-free gift basket, or purchase one premade, there’s a range of options to choose from – and a huge selection of food and drink products to choose from.

While it may feel daunting to build a gluten-free hamper for the celiac or gluten intolerant in your life, it really is such a thoughtful gift. Shopping can sometimes be difficult for us, so someone taking the time to build a gluten-free basket for us is extremely appreciated – particularly if you’re not following the lifestyle yourself.

But what can you put in there? What companies offer gluten-free gift baskets with wine? Don’t worry – we’ll be covering it all in this article!

Gluten-Free Gift Baskets With Wines: Our Picks

If you’re looking to purchase a pre-made gift basket that tailors to those following a gluten-free diet, then look no further!

Gluten-Free Gift Baskets With Wines: Our Picks

Learn more about: Does Blue Cheese Have Gluten? (& GF Cheese List)

Hazelton’s

While Hazelton’s offers a huge selection of gift baskets, many of them do contain gluten. However, if you’re unsure of how to tell if an item contains gluten – why not just buy a hamper that you can absolutely be sure of? For example, a wine and fruit basket. Fruit and wine are both naturally gluten-free – and most people enjoy both.

I would personally recommend this Orchard Estates Wine Gift Basket. It comes with one bottle of sauvignon blanc, alongside grapes, kiwi, pineapple, pear, apples, oranges, and mango. This basket is priced at $56.99 and there’s also an option to add additional items if that’s something you’re looking for.

Gluten-Free Hampers

In the UK, there’s a website that’s dedicated to just gluten-free hampers – how incredible is that?! If you’re looking for hampers that will wow the gluten intolerant in your life – look no further. Let’s take a look at two of their hampers – one of which is simple but sweet, and the second will blow you away!

Deluxe Hamper

This Deluxe Gluten Free Hamper is priced at a whopping £195! This may seem expensive, but it comes with a huge selection of goodies that’ll keep your gluten intolerant loved one happy for a long time! This basket includes:

  • Lobster Bisque Soup
  • French Bordeaux 750ml bottle
  • Brut Champagne 750ml bottle
  • Gluten-Free Triple Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Gluten-Free Mince Pies x4
  • Arran Oak Smoked Flavored Cheddar Cheese Truckle
  • Arran Smoked Garlic Flavored Cheddar Cheese Truckle
  • Free From Green Pesto
  • Dijon Mustard
  • Veggie Crisps
  • Honeycomb with Belgian Milk Chocolate
  • Gluten-Free Pancake Mix
  • Organic Chocolate Cake Mix
  • Zest Fest Lemon and Poppy Loaf Mix
  • Orange and Ginger Conserve
  • Gluten-Free Fruit Cake
  • Mixed Fruit Drops Candy
  • Double Choc Brownies x4
  • Tiffin
  • Gluten-Free Christmas Pudding
  • Honey and Oat Cookies
  • Gluten-Free Savory Biscuits
  • Pork and Apple Pate
  • Chilli Con Carne Sauce Mix
  • Organic Tomato and Basil Pasta Sauce
  • Vegetable Spirals Rice Pasta
  • Traditional Fudge Box
  • Dry Roasted Nuts
  • Millionaire’s Shortbread
  • Organic English Breakfast Tea
  • Peppermint Tea
  • Gluten Free Oat Muesli
  • Gluten-Free Ten Acre Crisps
  • Wicker Hamper

Phew! Imagine opening that as a gift. You can find the hamper here.

Afternoon Tea Hamper

If you’re looking for something a little simpler, why not try this afternoon tea hamper? It was just £36! It may not include a bottle of wine, but at that price, you can buy a luxurious bottle and pair it with the basket.

The afternoon tea hamper contains the following:

  • Gluten-Free Triple Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Gluten-Free Fruit Cake
  • Gluten-Free Honey & Oat Cookies
  • Organic English Breakfast tea
  • Double Choc Brownies x4
  • Tiffin
  • Fresh Ground Coffee – Medium Roast
  • Wild Blueberry Conserve
  • Standard Red Gift Box

You can find this particular hamper here. They have a whole range of gluten-free products to choose from, so if you’re in the UK, I would highly recommend taking a look.


Read more about: Is Lindt White Chocolate Gluten-Free?

Conclusion

I hope this article has given you an idea of where to buy gluten-free gift baskets with wine. If you’re looking to make your own, it’s likely the cheaper option – but it will require some research and a little more time if you’re unfamiliar with the gluten-free lifestyle. Gift baskets are an incredibly thoughtful gift, no matter what size they are. When I received one, it was one of my favorite gifts ever!

Have you received a gluten-free gift basket with wine? Can you recommend any other gift basket companies? If so, please feel free to let me know in the comments below. Sharing is caring!

FAQs

What Do You Get Someone Who is Gluten-Free?

Most food and drink products that contain gluten now have gluten free alternatives, so there's no need for your gluten free basket to miss out on anything! While foods such as crackers, chocolate and baked goods are more than likely to contain gluten - there are plenty of gluten free substitutes to include in your hamper. Be sure to avoid adding any items that contain the ingredients: wheat, rye, barley, spelt and oats (unless gluten free oats). Gluten free products will usually be easily identifiable. 

What Should I Put in a Basket for a Gift Basket?

You can add almost anything you want to your gift basket! However, the most popular items to include in a gift basket are cheese, crackers, chocolate, baked goods, preserves, fruit, alcoholic beverages, celebratory items and usually a personalized message. 

What Type of Wine is Gluten Free?

The following types of wine are usually gluten free: Bordeaux, Cabernet, Chardonnay, Chianti, Malbec, Merlot, Moscato, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Noir, Port, Riesling, Rosé, Sauvignon Blanc, Sherry and Zinfandel. This list is by no means extensive - these are just the most popular varieties of gluten free wine. 

What Snacks Do You Put in a Gift Basket?

If you're making your own gift basket, you can choose whichever snacks you'd like! You could add a bag of chips, a selection of nuts, some crackers, chocolate, candy - while most of those snacks aren't exactly healthy, they work super well in a hamper...and usually go down a treat with the recipient!