Unwind Aromatherapy Set
Naturopathica • $49
The holidays are the best time of the year for moms, right? They get to cook, clean, host their inebriated children while simultaneously tending to rambunctious grandchildren. True bliss. Sarcasm aside, what mom truly needs more than anything is soothing aromatherapy in the form of essential oils that she can turn to throughout the day when things get hectic. Your status as the favorite child? Upheld for another year.
Jonathan Adler Marseilles Coasters
Shopbop • $68
Does your mom respect wood? You bet your bottom dollar she does. And these effortlessly funky Jonathan Adler coasters are by far the chicest way to keep her favorite table safe from water-ring destruction. So order her a set (or two) and bask in the glory of finding something both stylish and practical, you gifting multitasker you.
Sleep Chic Printed Stretch-Jersey Pajama Set
Eberjey • $139
Nice pajamas are one of mankind’s greatest indulgences — you wear them solely for comfort, and most of the time you’re in them you’re unconscious. This is the beauty of gifting someone an incredible set of PJs a la this set from Eberjey — it’s a gesture that says “I want you to feel like royalty even when you’re snoring. Also, thank you for raising me.”
Model Two Wine Preservation System
Coravin • $299
Being a mom is hard. Wine makes things easier. That’s just math. Coravin’s slick system gives her the freedom to pour from any bottle without removing the cork, keeping the remainder firmly sealed and protected from oxidation. It’s like having her very own “by the glass” menu at home.
Private Vineyard-to-Table Lunch at Coppola Winery
IfOnly • $1500
Maybe she was an exceptionally good mom this year. Maybe you were an exceptionally bad kid. Either way, time to swing for the fences with a private behind-the-scenes tour of Francis Ford Coppola’s historic Inglenook Estate in Napa, where you’ll stroll the vineyards, drink barrel samples, and enjoy an al fresco lunch and wine pairing on the chateau’s terrace guided by the estate’s chef. Oh, and take a bottle signed by Mr. Coppola himself as well.