Wedding Anniversary Personalised Red Wine is a great way to gift a bottle of red wine designed to match the anniversary celebration. Personalise it with any message makes it a truly unique gift.
This unique gift idea is perfect for any occasion – especially anniversaries. The Label can be personalised with the couples first names and a personal message. Add you message across two lines each of 40 characters long.
Our Labels are printed using the highest quality waterproof inks, paper and foil (where appropriate) to ensure a true quality gift.
Personalised Wedding Anniversary Red Wine Personalisation Details
- Name(s) 25 Characters Maximum
- Label Message: 80 characters maximum across two lines of 40 characters max each.
- Celebration Date (excludes Chilli & Bubbles label)
- Choice of Presentation Box either Gold coloured carrier or a Satin Lined Presentation Box
- We will include the message exactly as you supply so please double check spelling, punctuation and capitalisation.
- We can include some accents and symbols.
Here are the special characters we can include (if you want to use one please copy and paste the relevant character.):
12% vol. Bottle Size: 75cl Dispatch to UK addresses only.
Tasting Notes: The Wine
Vin de Pays:
This soft fruity red wine from the sunny vineyards of southern France is made using a blend of Carignan & Merlot grapes which are carefully vinified using all the benefits of modern wine making techniques. The result is a wine with a ripe red fruit flavour and smooth finish, ideal for drinking with a wide variety of food dishes or equally on its own.
About the Vin de Pays Classification There are about 150 different Vin de Pays appellations in France for each area of origin. A country wine production zone is much larger than an AOC. Winemakers must use specific grape varieties suggested by a “Conseil Interprofessionnel” (joint committee of professionals). These wines can list on the label the grape varieties used while AOC wines cannot. All wines are analysed, tasted and eventually approved. and accepted as “Vin de Pays”.