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Advent Calendar 2023 by Wine52

Wine52 Advent Calendar 2023

Wine52 Advent Calendar 2023

With Christmas on the way, life's little treats should be firmly on your mind. So, why not upgrade your December build up with a mini bottle of wine everyday!

Advent Calendar demand has soared in recent years and we think this will sell out quickly so we'd suggest getting your hands on these fast, either as a pre-Christmas gift or a treat for yourself. Enjoy a mixed calendar with white, red, rose and sparkling wines ranging from Macedonia and Hungary to Puglia and Chile.

This gives you a great chance to experience the quality of winemaking from some lesser known regions as well as tried and tested classics. Wine52's Calendar definitely goes all out on the diversity front making each morning genuinely exciting!

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Wine52 Discovers Dão
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Wine52 goes to Chile
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Wine52 Advent Calendar 2023
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Wine52 Explores the Balaton
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Wine52 Explores Tejo
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Explore Alentejo with Wine52
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A tour through the Heel of Italy with Wine52
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