Personalised Prosecco - Let's Celebrate, Graduation
A unique gift personalised with a name
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All those hours of hard work put into exams and assignments have finally paid off! Graduation is here and it's time to celebrate!
If you're looking for something to give a student to congratulate them, then something fizzy is always a great place to start! This delectable bottle of prosecco boasts a label reading 'Let's Celebrate' in a mixture of script and block fonts. Personalise it with a name to be printed beneath and transform it into a meaningful keepsake that they can use long after it's been enjoyed. Perhaps as a quirky vase?
A truly unique way to say well done to someone deserving!
What Can I Put On My Prosecco?
Personalise it with a name in up to 25 characters.
Use our innovative preview feature to see how it will look with your personalisation. Simply type in your chosen words and press the preview button.
About Our Prosecco
Our prosecco is produced by Follador, who was one of the first producers of sparkling wines in the area of Valdobbiadene. In 1970, Gianfranco Follador founded Follador Spumanti, and the rest is history. The winery is located in Col San Martino and covers an area of 3 hectares. The entire process of production, from harvest to bottling, is done at the winery.
Made from the Glera grape, Prosecco is noted for its naturally dry characteristics with aromas of apples, citrus fruits and fresh plants as well as lilac and acacia flowers.
About Our Labels
Our full-colour labels are resistant to scratching and printed using the highest quality inks with waterproof technology.
Please drink responsibly - www.drinkaware.co.uk
Best served chilled
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