A traditional woven wicker hamper holds a delicious decadent selection of indulgent treats for sweet tooths and savoury tastes. Four bottles of wine, one of prosecco and one of champagne, nestle snugly inside.
* 2x Louis Latour Macon Lugny 2007 75cl
*2x Macon Bussieres Rouge 2007 75cl
*Drappier Gold Label Brut Champagne 75cl
* Vetriano Prosecco 75cl
*Traditional Handbaked Biscuits 125g
*Northumbrian Triple Chocolate Biscuits 150g
*Hawkshead Cranberry Relish 200g
*Hawkshead Chutney 200g
*Fine Cheese Co Olive Oil and Sea Salt Crackers 150g
*Ringtons Tea Caddy and English Breakfast Tea 50g
*Divine Dark Chocolate After Dinner Mints 200g
*Divine Fairtrade Cocoa Powder 125g
*Cottage Delight Whisky Cake 650g
*Lewis and Cooper Pudding 220g
*Ringtons Ground Coffee 227g
*Mrs Bridges Sweet Onion Relish 113g
*Hider Luxury Fruit and Nut Mix 150g
*Yorkshire Crisps 100g Tin
*Fentimans Mandarin and Seville Orange Jigger 275ml
*Fentimans Curiosity Cola 275ml
*Fentimans Dandelion and Burdock 275ml
*Fentimans Victorian Lemonade 275ml
*Ballancourt Pork Pate with Apricots 180g
*Belgian Chocolates 250g
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