I discovered this little technique several years ago and it has saved me a lot of wasted time. Whenever I bring something into my home like mail or a magazine that seems interesting but that I don't want to read right now, I put it into a "look at later" box. I never do look at that box later but on the last day of the year I go through everything and decide then whether to renew the contract or toss it. Funny thing is at that point I've lost interest so most everything does get tossed!
Martha Stewart does the trick. In a test of three methods performed by a blog called "Apartment Therapy," Martha Stewart's method was the only that got the stain entirely removed. (See https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/red-wine-stain-removal-reviews-36686409?newsletter_slot=1&utm_source=at_daily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=12232019).
It's a bit involved but if you need to get the stain out here's the way to do it: https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/martha-stewart-red-wine-stain-removal-36686633
Think about winter. You're cooped up in your house with all the smells and dust that accumulate never getting a good airing out. So let's focus on some preventative measures for odor and dust:
Odor: Now is a good time to wash out all of your trash and garbage cans, especially in the kitchen.
Dust: Change your furnace filter, for one. And take a Saturday morning to get those out of the way places where dust builds up: behind the fridge (and on top), on top of kitchen countertops, couch cushions and under the couch, and closet floors for example.
That'll give you a good start to a fresher home environment in the coming months.
This is a must to keep down the dirt and salt tracked in from the winter snow, Have mats by the front and back door. And by the main door that you and others use, have a boot rack and slippers available for family and guests to put on.