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Mums: How many of you need this GIANT prosecco glass?

Giant prosecco glass

Remember when we brought you the news about the prosecco advent calendar hitting the shelves in time for Christmas? Well the excitement doesn’t end there – it’s time to add this GIANT prosecco glass to your Christmas list!

The Present Finder

Say goodbye to refills with this glass! Sold by The Present Finder,  this giant 750ml novelty champagne flute holds a full bottle of prosecco! Of course, it’s not one for those of us who are pregnant or breastfeeding and we don't condone excessive drinking with little one's in the house, but this fun novelty glass is a great gift for your most prosecco-obsessed mummy friend (tis the season and all...) 

Priced at £14.99, this fun gift comes in an oversized gift box. Although Christmas might still seem a while a way, if you're a prosecco-lover, this is one to add to your list right now - cheers! 

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