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Mission Estate Makes Corker Christmas Gifts

Mission Estate Makes Corker Christmas Gifts

December 25th is just around the corner and no matter what you are looking to achieve, a Mission Estate wine will tick all the boxes.

Whether you’re buying a gift for a wine connoisseur friend, that hard to buy for person in your life, or you just want some back up gifts in the cupboard for the unexpected Christmas visitor, Mission Estate has you covered.

The Wine Connoisseur

These wines have been earmarked for excellence.

They are a wines that every wine lover should have a space for in their cellar.

Mission Huchet Chardonnay (2013) - $89.00

Mission Huchet Syrah (2013) - $129.00

The Friend

For the person in your life who deserves something a little bit special, select from the multiple gold medal winning Mission Estate Reserve range.

Mission Reserve Chardonnay (2014) - $29.00

Mission Reserve Merlot (2013) - $29.00

The Emergency Gift

Nobody likes that feeling when somebody turns up unannounced bearing gifts and you have nothing to give in return. Stock up your pantry with some emergency bottles, tie a ribbon around them and you’re ready for anyone.

Mission Estate Rose - $16.50

Mission Fête Hand Harvested Cuvee - $20.00

All wines are available to purchase from the Mission

Estate cellar door, online at or from selected fine wine retailers.


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