Christmas Gift Giving Ideas

Christmas Gift Giving Ideas

There’s no getting around it; Christmas is on the horizon. But don’t stress because we have got your gift-giving sorted this year. So beat the rush and get your gifts sorted before the Christmas Post cut-off on Monday, December 12th

Check out our top 3 gift ideas below.

Savor Glassware Gift Packs

Shop our Savor wine glasses, designed by our owner Dru Reschke. Choose from red, white, stemless and unbreakable wine glasses all available in beautiful gift sets, It’s the perfect Christmas Gift

Personalised Wines

Once again, we are firing up the printers and personalising a select range of our wines for the ultimate gift. 

With four different styles of wine available for personalisation, there is something to suit every taste and budget.

 

Flowers for [Insert name] Moscato

Make our most popular wine your very own. For a limited time only, we are offering to personalise your Flowers for Lucy wine with your choice of name, making it a truly unique gift for the festive season.

 

 

 

 

[Insert name] & [Insert name] Pinot Gris

One for friends or lovers. Our summer staple, Lucy and Alice Pinot Gris, is now available for personalisation. Choose two names to be featured on the label, and you instantly have a gift like no other.







 

[Insert name] says No Pinot Noir

Now while we can’t all be winemakers like Pete and pick and choose the grapes that go into the wine, we can pretend for a moment with our very own [insert name] said no Pinot Noir – It’s our personalised option on 2021 Cape Bank Razortooth Pinot and it’s a gift like no other.

 

 

 

 

[Insert name] Wings Cabernet Sauvignon

Have you always wanted your very own bottle of wine?  Here is your chance with our 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon Featuring the design on our Angels Wings wine, but personalised with a name of your choice. It’s the perfect end-of-year gift or Christmas present.

 

 

 

How to Order

Pick the Personalised wines you want from our special offers page and add them to your cart.

You’ll need to add a note during the checkout process when you get to the Delivery section. Use the Gift Message box to tell us whose names we need to use.

If you are purchasing multiple bottles, please ensure you clearly state which name goes with which bottle.

Checkout Process:

See the example below on where to place the names for the wines.

Like in the above example, use the abbreviations below to represent the wine eg. For the Moscato, use FFLM: Then, the names

Moscato: FFLM –Mel, Karly

Pinot Noir: PSNP – James, Pete

Wings Cabernet: WCS – Todd, Mick

Pinot Gris: LAPG – Mum & Dad, Kim & Tracey

If you have any questions about ordering, please drop us a line at wine@koonara.com or call us during office hours on 08 8737 3222

Personalised wines only available until Thursday 22nd December 2022

 

Give the gift that keeps on giving

A subscription to our Pink Drink society is the perfect gift. Six bottles of our Pink Drinks are sent to that special someone upon ordering and then sent again in six months’ time*.

You’ll be the favourite all year long with this gift.

Simply sign them up for the Pink Drink society on our website.

*The minimum cost for a 12-month subscription is $215.43. The cost may increase depending on the wines selected.

 

 

 

 

This goes with that!

This goes with that!

We know it’s hard to pair food and wine. That’s why we constantly work with our resident foodie to find and create recipes that perfectly match our wines. We know our Lucy & Alice Pinot Gris is a Spring / Summer time staple and this recipe is a match made in heaven. It’s a vegan friendly recipe this time too, but can also be tweaked  to add prawns or chicken if tofu’s not your jam. It’s a super quick dish and we know you will love it! Now all you need to do is hit up the shops for your supplies, cook and enjoy.

We’d love to get your feedback, so please hit us on socials or email us if you have tried it and let us know your thoughts.

You can find the recipe here ➡ Mango Tofu Salad

All about Lucy & Alice – The wine

All about Lucy & Alice – The wine

Join us this November as we celebrate our featured wine of the month, ‘Lucy & Alice Pinot Gris and tell you everything you need to know about it.

Lucy and Alice walking in the vineyard holding hand smiling at each other

How did it get its name? 

We named our Pinot Gris after our two beautiful girls, Lucy and Alice. It’s as simple as that, but here’s the back story… ⁠

Nicole was in the last stages of her pregnancy with Alice and knew we would soon be bottling a Pinot Gris. I fussed about with names etc., and sent her on her way, knowing she had more pressing matters to worry about (like birthing our daughter and looking after Lucy). After Alice was born (about four weeks later), when we were bottling it, I decided it was the perfect tribute to name this new wine after both Lucy & Alice. The best bit – I didn’t tell Nicole. It wasn’t until she popped into the cellar door with baby Alice and saw it that I could reveal my secret tribute. There may have been a few watery eyes that day.

 

What does it taste like?

This one is an absolute delight. The perfect all-rounder that goes down a treat. Passes ‘would I have a second glass’ test with flying colours. Hell, I’d drink the whole bottle.

Like most Pinot Gris, ours is fruit-forward, with intense fresh pear on the nose and peach and gala apples on the palate. It’s got big tropical fruit flavours but with refreshing acidity. Also, it’s low in sugar and sulphur, as well as being vegan friendly too. 

 

 

Image of Dru with a glass of Lucy & Alice Pinot Gris beside a bottle of it.

What foods go with Pinot Gris? 

Crispy pork roll with honeyed Granny Smith apple stuffing. It also pairs well with salmon and a range of Thai foods. But let’s be honest, Pinot Gris is a food lover and goes well with many things.

 

  

 

 

Image of a bottle of Pinot Gris beside a partly drunk glass on table in a leafy garden.

Very informative, good to throw into conversations fact: 

Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio refer to the same grape variety, which is grey in colour.

However, that’s where the differences end.⁠ Pinot Grigio is the Italian style is picked earlier for a crisper, more acidic finish⁠. On the other hand, Pinot Gris is the French style, in which the grapes are picked later for a slightly sweeter and more floral wine. Hence the tribute to our two sweet girls, Lucy & Alice.