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We’re drinking pink drinks this Friday

It’s pink. It’s bubbly. And it has soft, red fruit flavours. If there’s one day in the year when you simply have to open a bottle of pink fizz, it’s Valentine’s day. This Friday (as well as all Valentine weekend, to be honest), we’re cracking open these four amazing pink bubblies … cheers.

Champagne Bollinger Brut Rosé (packaged in a gorg box, it’s around R1230, so a proper spoil to drink with someone you really love); Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte Réserve Exclusive Brut Rosé (how beautiful is this bottle, inspired by the famous Sakura (cherry blossom) season in Japan … it’s a Rosé Champagne and it costs around R780 a bottle); Krone Vintage Rosé Cuvée Brut (a floral bouquet of rosewater with pomegranates and cranberries, it’s deliciously romantic and costs around R150 a bottle); and Robertson Winery Brut Rosé (an inexpensive and lovely sparkling wine, you’ll find it locally for around R60 to R65 a bottle).

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