Archive for personalised Champagne

If you can’t meet physically – treat them fizzically!

At Wines Select we are noticing a surge of interest from British companies wanting to send corporate champagne gifts to staff working remotely. One of the reasons given is to mark a company anniversary. With covid-19 dampening all social events, it’s still important to stay in contact with colleagues and clients and celebrate special occasions […]

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Happy Prosecco Day!

#NationalProseccoDay Cheers! August 13th is National Prosecco Day and we’ll be celebrating today with a delicious bottle of Amata Prosecco Extra Dry. This classic sparkling wine has lovely fresh fruity aromas of green apple and succulent pear. It’s beautifully balanced with fine bubbles and an attractively crisp finish. We love Prosecco because it’s the perfect drink […]

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Say thank you with personalised wine and champagne

Saying thank you to your hard working staff or loyal clients and showing your appreciation is always important, but it’s especially vital in times like these to keep spirits up. This is why many businesses are sending gifts of personalised wine and champagne to their employees and clients in recognition of effort and dedication during […]

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Delivering a taste of personalised luxury during lockdown

Parties and corporate events are not possible at the moment due to the Coronavirus pandemic; but that doesn’t mean anniversaries, milestones and other special occasions should go unmarked. During this time of social distancing, it’s even more important to find ways to celebrate, congratulate and show your appreciation to staff or customers. And what could […]

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Australia wildfires: how to support the wine industry

Australia is still grappling with the devastating wildfires, which have destroyed many vineyards that have taken generations to grow. Wine Australia Chief Executive Officer Andreas Clark said in some regions of South Australia, New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland individual vineyards and wineries had suffered catastrophic damage which would take years to recover. The majority […]

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