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Freixenet Prosecco Celebration Gift Set with Cut Glass Flutes by Blue Tree Gifts

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Luckily, when it comes to choosing a quality bubbly, we at GQ have done the hard graft of whittling down the crème de la crème of the celebratory tipple. And, seeing as it's bottled in a lightly-frosted, pale-pink glass that's just too good to throw away, why not prolong its lifespan with a stick candle or pastel-toned flowers, and place it among your interiors? So clear in fact, that it’s one of the UK’s best-selling bottles with someone drinking her wine every 1.

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Producing a floral prosecco with notes of white peach and apple, accompanied by a buttery aroma of blossom, it's not hard to see why such measures are taken. Ideal for pairing with shellfish and salty flavours, this wine will cut through with its rich consistency.

Low in sugar but high in impact, this bottle of prosecco from The Emissary is pressed from the brand's exceptional glera grapes, grown in the foothills of the Colli Asolani mountains. Every month, we will be presenting the best new killer car releases from everyone from Ferrari and Land Rover to BMW and Aston Martin. By harvesting the grapes early, this Bolla Prosecco Conegliano-Valdobbiadene DOC NV preserves the natural acidity of the grape, channelling this into a refreshing and crisp flavour palette. Named after Shakespeare's infamous star-crossed lovers, this prosecco is soft and delicate, intended to celebrate the tragic romance that draws visitors to Verona. Presented in a striking cut-glass bottle, Freixenet Italian Rosé blends superior quality with stunning beauty.

Freixenet Prosecco Celebration Gift Set with Cut Glass Flute

What's more, the stunning bottle makes for a great centrepiece at any celebration, or to impress family and friends over an evening meal. While a prosecco connoisseur might suggest there are numerous differences between prosecco and sparkling wine, the two most important are location and grapes. Chemical-free grapes are handpicked and pressed for high-quality juice that gets transformed into the dry prosecco we know and love. With a lively floral aroma and a crisp taste of yellow apples, this bottle centres all things fresh and natural. Distinctive not only in design but also in flavour palette, this prosecco has a lively fizz punctuated by notes of ripe lemon and grapefruit, finishing light and fresh on the tongue.Translated from Italian, DOCG is short for Denomination of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin, while DOC stands for Denomination of Controlled Origin.

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Made in the same way as Champagne, it’s a lot lighter on the wallet than its French counterpart, which goes some way to explaining its popularity.Self-proclaimed “extreme winemakers”, La Marca produces its prosecco by hand-picking grapes on incredibly steep vineyards – so steep, in fact, that the picker is often assisted by the use of a harness. Produced with glera grapes from the prized vineyards of Conegliano Valdobbiadene, this prosecco from Sainsbury's “Taste The Difference” range is zesty and fresh.

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