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Gold Pop 20cl Champagne & Truffle Trio Set
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Enjoy Charbonnel et Walker's signature champagne truffles just as they should be, with a chilled glass of bubbly. This delightful mini taste experience comes with three 44g boxes of our world renowned Pink, Milk and Dark Marc de Champagne truffles and a 200ml bottle of Gold Pop 20cl Champagne.
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Alcohol Volume- 12 %Bottle Size- 20 cl
Type- Champagne - BrutCountry Of Origin- UK
Brand- Charbonnel et Walker
Availability- In stock
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