A new personalised Champagne business has opened in Bury St Edmunds that caters for both the general public and also businesses.
[ClickPress, Wed Oct 09 2019] A brand new gift business has been opened by Bury St Edmunds man Didier Penine. This new company allows people to send personalised bottles of Champagne to friends and family members. Say it with Champagne is an idea that Didier - also known as Dids, has been toying with for a good 10 years and combines both family heritage with a sense of entrepreneurship and fun.
People can order single or multiple bottles of Champagne and then personalise the labels for any occasion. Businesses can also purchase Champagne with company logo labels for special events. Bespoke label design is available where they work with the business and create a bespoke label which matches the company branding perfectly. Dids has two suppliers - his family's vineyard based at Festigny, offering Neveux Rousseau, and Champagne from Philizot & Fils.
When Dids married his wife Cristina his father brought with him over 20 bottles of personalised Champagne for the celebration and tthis is where his idea begun. Dids said: “Year on year I kept thinking I need to do this and while previously Champagne was not such a big thing here as it was in France now it is much more popular and has broader appeal and is more affordable. So I set up last June and began trading six weeks ago."
The website can be found here - http://sayitwithchampers.co.uk and it offers 28 categories of occasion where people can input the text they want to appear on the label and neck sleeve. The Champagne starts at £44.99 which includes the Champagne, label, postage and packing. Dids, who worked previously as a QS in an Ipswich consultancy, added: “The labels are very eye catching and I’m very optimistic. Personalisation is such a big thing at the moment. People can put their own stamp on a product and it gives the person receiving it something that is totally unique.
“It allows people to know that a lot of thought has gone into that gift and champagne always says a sense of occasion.”