Martha Stewart is gifting wine to all the ‘significant males’ in her ‘Rolodex’
13th February 2023

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Martha Stewart is aging like a fine wine — and stocking up on the stuff, too.

The 81-year-old lifestyle maven, who recently launched Martha’s Lighter Chard ($15) with 19 Crimes, tells Page Six Style she’s giving guys the bottles in bulk for Valentine’s Day.

“I will be gifting this by the case to all of the significant males in my Rolodex this year!” Stewart says of the wine, which she calls a “lighter take on California chardonnay.”

When she’s not pouring wine or poring over her contacts, however, the star stays young with help from her skincare routine, which famously includes Mario Badescu — another of her gifting must-haves.

“I’m a longtime fan of Mario Badescu,” says Stewart, who thinks the Men’s Grooming Basics Kit ($33) “is great for Valentine’s Day, along with a facial at their salon.”

If you’d prefer to give your loved one a literal taste of luxury on the loved-up holiday, Stewart suggests pairing chardonnay with her “go-to caviar” from Roe, calling the Roe Caviar White Sturgeon Caviar Gift Set ($185) “the perfect indulgence to open your Valentine’s Day dinner.”

The kitchen whiz has also got several sweet treat ideas for your sweetheart, including her festive six-flavor set of CBD Valentine’s Day Gummies ($65) — to “give your Valentine the gift of self-care” — and her Strawberry Ombre Cake ($100).

“If your loved one has a sweet tooth, this cake is the perfect end to any Valentine’s Day supper,” she says.

Looking for more Valentine’s Day inspiration? While we can’t bottle up the secret to Stewart’s famed thirst traps, you can buy a bottle of her go-to vodka: Tito’s Handmade Vodka (from $29).

“Now that we are through with Dry January, mix up a Martha-tini!” Stewart suggests.

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