Brand Veuve clicquot
Regular price £45.99
A stylish and clever piece of presentation from Veuve Clicquot. The shopping bag is wonderfully branded and will help keep the bottle chilled for a couple of hours or so. The nose provides vibrant notes of white fruits and raisins, then of vanilla and later of brioche. The first sip delivers all the freshness and forcefulness so typical of Yellow Label followed by a symphony of fruit tastes. Here is a true member of the powerful Brut family, well structured, admirably vinous. Read more.
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Gift Boxes - £4.99
Each box can comfortably fit two regular sized 70 & 75 cl bottles along with a few other goodies! Box Dimensions: 197 × 330mm × 101mm
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One of the 17 Grande Marque Houses from Champagne. Dating back to 1772 the house has a rich and varied history. 'Veuve' translates as widow and is a reference to Barbe Nicole Ponsardin who ran the company from a very young age due to her husband's sad and untimely death in his early twenties. A woman running a business in the early 19th Century was rare indeed, but Barbe Nicole did not let that get in her way, going on to become a highly influential character in the Champagne region.
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French 75 Recipe
We've all been there. You receive a bottle of sparkling wine as a gift and it's fair to say you're less than impressed. If that's you, you might be looking for a quick and easy cocktail to transform your fizz into a sweet and zesty delight. The bonus is, it's a super simple recipe with just 4 ingredients, so it's the perfect quick win to impress guests. Gin AND fizz?! In one cocktail?! Hell yes to that. The classic French 75 brings two of our favourite bevs together in one drink, and you can swap champagne for any sparkling wine. The French 75 is a classic, a drink that dates back to World War I. How's this for a fun fact? The cocktail is named after a 75 millimeter wartime field gun - but hey, we know you're not here for a history lesson. Keep reading for how to make the iconic cocktail.