Joins us at the Ideal Home Show Christmas, for a spot of tasting and shopping!

Festive spectacle abounds as Ideal Home Show at Christmas assembles seasonal produce, demonstrations and live entertainment at London’s Olympia. A firm favourite by Londoners and out of town visitors alike, this year you are in for a treat as you will be able to come and visit our Princess Prosecco Stand and taste some gorgeous prosecco if you are signed up to our mailing list.

With an array of exhibitors present interior and home accessories, seasonal decorations, gifts and gadgets. A theatre hosts Christmas-themed talks by experts in the field of design. A catwalk show highlights the latest fashion, while those considering home improvements or self-build projects can browse displays and seek advice from industry professionals. Visitors will also be able to sample and buy Christmas culinary creations from turkey to puddings and hand-crafted chocolates.

Our stand can be found at F774 near the Ginger Bread House. Come and meet the team, taste some prosecco, pick up some Christmas presents!

Our range of gifts & hampers will be sure to appeal to most prosecco lovers.

As we are nice, we will even give you a chance to win 2 free entry tickets to the IHS Christmas. Keep your eyes peeled on our FB page for a chance to win one of the 10 pairs of tickets that we will be giving away next week! Good luck!

The Competition ( Top Line)
  • Two tickets to Ideal Home Show at Christmas
  • When: 21 – 25 November
  • Where: London Olympia
  • Showtime: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. on 21, 23 and 24 November | 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. on 22 November | 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. on 25 November
  • Each pair of tickets comes without travel cost or arrangement. Winners will be expected to make their own arrangements at their own costs.


Finally a quick note that while we will be using single use shot glasses for the Prosecco tasting on the stand we are true to our eco-friendly commitments and beliefs.

Landfill waste

Estimates put plastic consumption at 1.2m tonnes in the UK alone, with a third recycled, at best. Landfill sites are used to bury and dispose of all our waste and our needs are ever growing. So many acres of land are rendered useless because of the years needed to decompose all of our waste. Recycling can make a huge difference to the environment and help reduce landfill waste sites, and without each and everyone of us making a conscious effort to reduce our level of plastic use nothing will change..

Recycling plastic glasses is easy

There are three reasons why plastic glasses are easy to recycle. One: they are not coloured – colour added to plastic cannot be removed so it isn’t recyclable. Two: they are clean – unlike other plastics, like food packaging, they are relatively uncontaminated. Three: they are made from a single material – disposable plastic glasses are lumps of pure, food-grade plastic of a single type (usually either type 1, 5, or 6). The higher the number the more toxic and less recyclable the item.

The most recyclable plastic

PET or RPET (Recycled Polyethylene Terephthalate) are a lightweight, shatter resistant, strong, thermostable plastic, and also the best for recycling. So much so that all councils and local authority recycle collectors welcome this type of plastic.

We are proud to have sourced from our PET mini tasting shot glasses, ready to serve you some chilled fine prosecco at the Ideal Home Show.

Our Princess.P black label is hand harvested, organic ( pesticides free) and vegan. Our sustainable vineyards look after the earth, bottle their prosecco with love and now you can enjoy it guilt free!


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