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An Exclusive Canard-Duchêne Offer 10
Sep

By Open Air Theatre

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What makes a celebration that little bit extra special? Whether it’s an anniversary, a wedding toast or a reunion of friends, a bottle of bubbly is the perfect accompaniment to any occasion. Why not prepare for your next celebration with an exclusive offer from our partners, Champagne Canard-Duchêne?

We’re proud to have been working with Canard-Duchêne for many years as our Champagne Sponsors, Platinum Corporate Partners and, for the first time this year, as Production Partners for Evita. You may also have enjoyed a bottle of Canard-Duchêne as part of our Luxury Champagne Hampers!

Our partners are offering you an exclusive 25% off two bottles of each of their Charles VII Prestige Mixed Case: Blanc de Blancs, Blanc de Noirs and Rosé.
Normal Price: £231
Offer price: £173.25

To enjoy this offer, simply head to https://champagnesandchateaux.co.uk/ and use code OAT2019 at the checkout.

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