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Moet & Chandon Rose 75cl And Charbonnel Trio of Truffles Gift Box
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Buy this lovely wooden Gift box and get it with a full bottle of Moet & Chandon Rose 75cl packed together with a trio of Charbonnel Et Walker Truffles.
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Send a single bottle of Moet & Chandon Rose, NV, Champagne (75cl)Presented in a stylish Blue Gift Box with matching Gift Card with your personal message - Expressive aromas of wild strawberries and redcurrant dominate, with hints of white pepper.
This product is hand packed onsite by Gifts International, and is not affiliated with any other brand. Gifts International is responsible for this product combination/set.
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Alcohol Volume- 12 %Bottle Size- 75 cl
Type- Champagne - RoseCountry Of Origin- France
Brand- Moet and Chandon
Availability- In stock
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