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Wedding day tipples; Liquid news.

Fancy a drink? Sam Wylie-Harris raises her glass to the week's best buys CONGRATULATIONs, you're getting married ...

now comes the stressful bit.

Whether you're planning a small, modest affair or a marquee with a jazz band, ensuring your family and friends have happy memories means celebratory tipples should sparkle as much as the bride and groom!

* DIFFERENT: Camitz Sparkling Vodka (S) First on the receiving line should be an elegant bubbly with lots of 'oomph'. Try Australia's answer to champagne with Grant Burge Sparkling Brut (pounds 14.99, www.everywine.co.uk), a heavenly blend of pinot noir and chardonnay produced in the champagne method. Rich with plenty of honey, a hint of brioche and cream, its vintage-style label can't help but impress.

If you want to make a statement and serve something different, try Camitz Sparkling Vodka (pounds 14.99, 200ml, www.firebox.com). Distilled in Sweden, this sparkling vodka should be refrigerated, chilled on ice and served in shot glasses - clean and fresh with a sweet finish, it's a delicious slow sipper and pairs well with oysters or shellfish.

Chic themes like modern monochrome table arrangements call for a classy looking fizz, try Freixenet Cordon Negro Brut Cava (pounds 8.99, major supermarkets).
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Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:May 14, 2010
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