Champagne Gifts For Delivery
Champagne Gifts Next Dispatch Date: January 2nd 2013.
Zarb Octopus Champagne
Zarb Black Label Champagne
Zarb Lips Champagne
Moet & Chandon Brut Imperial Champagne Gift
Zarb Belly Champagne
Zarb Angels Champagne
Collalto Prosecco Brut
Champagne gifts are as welcome today as when the Egyptians first started cultivating grapes 6000 years ago! Read More »
We believe in sourcing the best champagne gifts, presenting them beautifully as reflects their quality and delivering them directly to your door as the perfect ways to say thank you or congratulations.
Champagne is the ultimate celebratory accessory – perfect for celebrating a new baby, a new job, a birthday, an anniversary, a big deal, a big or small win! From Formula 1 drivers to Champion’s League Winners, the must have accessory for any victory is a bottle or magnum of Champagne. An absolutely everybody appreciates a delivery of champagne to help share the moment.
Our Champagne Gifts are individually gift-wrapped for a classic gift look. Nothing conveys the sense of celebration and joie-de-vivre quite like wine and champagne, so it’s no wonder that wine gifts and Champagne gifts continue to be some of the most popular gifts sent in Ireland.
Suitable for all occasion – new baby, Fathers day, work success, retirement, or just to say a big thank you, the gift of wine or champagne delivered directly to the door is a great gift, always appreciated and always makes a great impression.
From famous champagne gifts like Veuve Clicquot, Moet & Chandon, to Bollinger and Dom Perignon, we have the best champagne, the best delivery service and the best prices for that extra special gift that contains the WOW factor!
Sabering a Bottle of Champagne
If you are a fan of using a sword to slice off the top off a bottle of champagne (knowing as “sabering”), follow our easy guide to
how to master this art of dramatic gesture!
1. Make sure champagne bottle has been well chilled. Contrary to what you might expect, the bottle should not shaken.
2. Remove the foil from the top of the bottle, unwrap and remove the cork wire, and dry teh top of the bottle with a cloth.
3. Locate the crease, which is the seam that joins the two halves of the bottle together. The weakest point of the bottle is where this seam meets the neck lip of the bottle – this is where the sword needs to strike.
4. Hold the bottle firmly and at a 45 degree angle upwards (NB make absolutely sure the bottle is pointed in a safe direction).
5. Lay the back, blunt side of the sword against the bottle’s neck lip (the blunt, non-cutting edge!)
6. Quickly slide the knife down the seam, towards the lip that holds the cork in one firm, continuous movement.
7. Hey presto – a dramatic (and safe) stunt to impress your guests!