13 Extra-Special Food Gifts For Valentine’s Day
This Valentine’s Day, think outside the drugstore chocolate box
Valentine’s Day, Galentine’s Day, Singles Awareness Day—whatever you want to call it, this mid-February holiday is our favorite annual excuse to shower our friends and loved ones in excessive amounts of champagne and chocolate. How else would we make it through to spring after the post–New Years winter wasteland? This year, forget about the cookie-cutter greeting cards and obligatory red roses, and pick up something your special person will truly love, like that Danish vintage-style casserole dish everyone’s been talking about. From stylish serving ware and elegant décor to artfully designed chocolates and our favorite bottle of bubbly pink wine, there’s something in this gift guide for everyone—yourself included.
Portuguese winemaker Filipa Pato calls this rosé blend “3B,” which stands for Bairrada (the coastal DOC region it comes from), baga (a berry-forward native grape), and bical (an aromatic white grape). It’s extra brut and extremely well-made—especially for its price point (usually around $17). Astor Wines
You’ll need something good to go with your sparkling rosé. Regalis sources this earthy, briny, sustainably-produced osetra caviar from Israel, and every jar can be traced back to the individual fish it came from. Add a spoonful atop slow-scrambled eggs and sourdough toast for a luxurious Valentine’s day brunch. Regalis
A good macaron is hard to find. Thankfully, Paris bakery Ladurée has a box of their tender and delicately flavored macarons available for delivery. Ladurée