A Christmas gift for the grown ups from Bottle Bazaar

We have all bought friends, colleagues or family bottles of wine before, but have you ever thought of a personalised bottle of wine for someone? Bottle Bazaar have a great range of Christmas wine labels to make sure the wine is perfect. We were sent a bottle of red Grenache / Syrah, which is a French wine and we had our very own label too. 

The wines vary from types and prices, so you can buy the right wine and then choose from hundreds of labels to make sure it is just right. Our 2014 bottle of red is £15.00, the price includes the personalised label and I have to say it was one of the nicest reds we have had. It is no surprise as it sounds like it came from the perfect location: The southern Rhône valley is an idyllic part of the world. Rock-hewn villages and sun baked vineyards give birth to this wine, and there is no doubt it is a fantastic place to come from. When you take your first sip, take a moment conjure up an image of the run down farm-house, the vineyard, the sunset… 

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I love the cream and black Christmas label too, it looks like it could be a bottle of wine on the shelf of a supermarket. You can add what ever text you wish to the bottle, but you have to bear in mind that some labels cannot fit a large amount of characters. Most of the labels have room for a short name or comment. It is a great gift idea for family or friends, if you know their favourite tipple. It’s also a lovely idea for colleagues at work if you do secret-santa, or if you want to buy your team a nice drink for Christmas. 

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Did you know that on Monday 12 December 2016, I am running this years selection of 12 Days of Constant Christmas competitions and one of the 24 hour competitions will be to win your very own personalised label on a bottle of Prosecco or Sparkling Rose, you choose the label and personalisation! Stay tuned next week for more information and you could have a drink on us… 

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