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Family Name
Baby's Name
Occasion
Date
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Chateau Atkinson
Poppy's
New Arrival Selection
Produced - August 15th 2017
A newly introduced wine - perfect for head-wettings
A blend of the Thomas & Anne grape varieties

 

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A New Baby's Own Wine Vintage

Know a couple who have just had a new a baby and want to give them a headwetting gift? Don't go for boring babies clothes or children's toys that don't last, create a present which marks the big event with their own wine vintage.

This personalised baby label enables you to make a quick and affordable gift wine with the baby's name, date of birth, parent's names is guaranteed to delight a new mummy and daddy.

You can add things like 'Have a drink on us' or 'Perfect for head-wetting occasions' or 'A newly introduced & beautiful wine' etc.

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