I have paired up with the fabulous Beauty Vixen to write a post about our ladies night — which featured sparkling wine (as all ladies nights should).
Here are some photos of the event:
When you think sparkling wine you think of celebrations, but we like to think everyday events are to be celebrated. Why not pop a bottle of bubbly when your friends are over just to hang out? Which is why Jill and I thought it would be great idea to have a get together to just celebrate a good meal and a fun night!
“Pink Bubbles is a sparkling wine with a twist – a pink hue and the suggestions of red grape flavours, which adds an additional dimension to the fizz drinking experience. We taste red cherry, sweet spice and tropical fruit flavours, but when it all comes down to it, the best thing is how it feels to drink. Fresh, spritzy and crackling with vitality.”
Red Moscato Bubbles
“Red Moscato Bubbles is more than the best of two worlds. It’s the best of three worlds. The raciness of red, the sweetness of moscato and the fizziness of bubbles. With a gorgeous deep pink hue, this is a wine that offers scrumptious red berry flavours, fizzy texture and a hint of sweetness. It’s fresh, spritzy and crackling with vitality.”
Overall we can say that both the Pink Bubbles and Red Moscato Bubbles are delicious! We were pleasantly surprised that they were not too sweet.
That being said, the Red Moscato is sweeter than the Pink – making it perfect to pop open after dinner while you have dessert (or have just that for desert — I don’t judge).
The plastic resalable cork is great to keep the fizz in the bottles – and despite that fact that neither of us are good at not finishing bottles of wine – I can assume that it would help keep the bubbly fresh for another day or 2 should you open one and not finish it.
Here are some photos of us causing trouble in the comfort of Beauty Vixen’s home!