Wednesday, February 8, 2012

PINK BUBBLES


Whether you plan to go "big" for Valentine's Day;  flowers, romantic dinner and box of chocolates (Heart shaped, of course) or something a little more staid, I think that a little champagne is always in good taste.  I'm a huge fan of Veuve Cliquot's Rose and love the new Sakura blossom ice jacket that cloaks the champagne. Sakura, which means cherry blossom in Japanese, is a harbinger of spring, and the stylish bottle celebrates with a fresh and playful design.  Cheers! 

14 comments:

JMW said...

It's so funny that you posted about this b/c this is the type of champaign a character always drank in a novel I just finished. It's set on Nantucket. I may have to purchase a bottle for Valentine's Day!

Punctuation Mark said...

these are so good!!! love hen they design such beautiful bottles... have a nice one!

Al said...

I'll have to try this. What a romantic treat for Valentine's Day. Thanks for this bubbly tip!

designchic said...

What a perfect Valentine treat...so fun!!

Splendid Sass said...

Will try this champagne. The bottle is enough reason to buy, so good champagne will be a bonus.
Teresa
xoxo

classic • casual • home said...

Nothing is more festive to me than rosé Champagne.
Beautiful bottle.

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The enchanted home said...

That is so beautiful. Even if I didn't like champagne (which I so do) I would that! Absolutely beautiful!

Splendid Market said...

beautiful, is the bucket tin?

Vanessa@Luxuria said...

Gorgeous!! I LOVE the ice-bucket :-)

CDS said...

We are DEFINATELY low key valentine's day people... and this bottle of VC is perfect for a quiet evening at home with your lovey! :) xo

Party Resources said...

My favorite! Cheers to Valentine's Day! xx

Stacy Curran said...

LOVE this! I'm looking for something special for Valentine's day and this just might be it...thank you!
Stacy

Leslie said...

Sparling wine is perfect for Valentine's Day and I have yet to try Veuve Cliquot's Rose. What a lovely bottle!

Enjoy your day!
leslie