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Good Pair Days Is Offering Special Socks and Wine Boxes for Vino-Loving Dads This Father's Day

Nab a box of funky drops and Egyptian cotton socks for your dad.
By Marissa Ciampi
August 21, 2020
By Marissa Ciampi
August 21, 2020

If you're looking for a practical gift for your wine-loving dad this Father's Day, look no further than Good Pair Days. This year, the personalised wine delivery service has joined forces with sustainable retailer Manrags to bring you four wine and socks boxes — each of which was created with dad in mind.

The man behind the wine offering is Sommelier Banjo Harris Plane (ex-head sommelier at Attica and co-owner of Melbourne's Bar Liberty), so you know you're getting some extra special drops for your pop.

If your dad is well into his reds, go for the deluxe box ($164) — which boasts a New Zealand pinot noir, an Italian dolcetto and a Victorian shiraz mencia blend — or the the wine lover box ($123), with a malbec, a Barossa GSM (grenache, syrah and mourvedre blend) and cabernet merlot from Southern Highlands' Tertini. There's also a classic box ($84) and one solely dedicated to shiraz ($39).

Along with the extra special bottles, each box also includes three pairs of Manrags socks, which are made from super-soft Egyptian cotton and are printed with funky Australian designs, as well as tasting notes, details on the winemaker, food pairing suggestions and a matching recipe card for each bottle. Shipping is included in all boxes and the packaging is 100-percent compostable to boot.

And, for those last minute gift givers, Good Pair Days ships quickly within one-to-two business days.

To order one of Good Pair Days' dad packs, head on over to


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Published on August 21, 2020 by Marissa Ciampi

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