Chocolate Truffle Champagne Bottle

Bring a scrumptious gift of chocolate-shaped bubbly to your next celebration.
created by

Gayle Harte

$62.00

Gayle Harte created by

Gayle Harte

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Pop the Chocolate!

Choose between champagne and chocolate for the celebration? We'd never make you. Bring a scrumptious gift of chocolate shaped like a bottle of bubbly to the baby shower, birthday, wedding celebration—or any occasion for that matter. Crafted from smooth dark chocolate, the bottle is filled with creamy, silver-wrapped chocolate truffles made with—you guessed it—champagne. Designed to mimic a real bottle of sparkles, the treat is chiseled and perfected with delicious details like an etched corkscrew and white chocolate label. It's a playful, delectable gift to satisfy any sweet tooth. Handmade by Gayle Harte in Michigan.

We spoke with Gayle about chocolate, chocolate, and more chocolate... and something fancy called pates de fruits. Check out our chat on the blog.

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Made in Michigan

Gayle Harte

created by

Gayle Harte

location

Michigan

“Everything is better dipped in chocolate.”

Chocolate has evolved over the years, trending milk, trending dark, and then hovering somewhere in between. But it’s been Gayle Harte’s goal since 1979 to recreate the specific, magical taste of chocolate from her childhood. In 1984, she moved her business from her kitchen in Royal Oak, a suburb of Detroit, to a facility in their charming downtown district. You might say Gayle awakened a sleepy suburb, opening not just a fine chocolatier but the town’s very first espresso bar. She delights in sugaring up local Michigan patrons and beyond. "Everything is still made and packaged by hand,” she says. “The only thing that has changed since 1979 is that now I have 25 pairs of hands helping me."

We spoke with Gayle about chocolate, chocolate, and more chocolate... and something fancy called pates de fruits. Check out our chat on the blog.

Handmade Made in the USA
Measurements
10" H x 2.5" Dia.
Each chocolate bottle contains nine chocolate champagne truffles.
Ingredients
Care
Refrigerate truffles and bottle if not eaten within a week of opening.
Item ID
47030

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This is a made-to-order item. If you order today your item will ship no later than 5/28/2018.

At this time, this item cannot be shipped to P.O. Boxes or to APO/FPO or US Territories. Contact custom@uncommongoods.com with any questions.

Please note: This item is not available to ship outside of the U.S.

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UncommonGoodsChocolate Truffle Champagne Bottle
 
4.8

(based on 4 reviews)

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4.0

I would buy this product again

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from denver, co

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Comments about UncommonGoods Chocolate Truffle Champagne Bottle:

I bought this bottle as a gift, But when I received it it was broken right in half :( which SUCKS but it is beautiful and it's chololate with chanpagne truffles so yes I will buy it again but I will keep my fingers crossed it doesn't come broken next time.

 
5.0

Valentine's Day Gift

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from Phoenix, AZ

Verified Buyer

Comments about UncommonGoods Chocolate Truffle Champagne Bottle:

Such a great find with this dark chocolate champagne bottle w/chocolate truffles inside! What a hit. Delicious! My hubby and I LOVED it! Was originally planning on buying it for a birthday gift for someone else - but living in the Southwest, decided to get it earlier - and bought it for Valentine's Day instead.

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5.0

Fantastic wedding celebration item!

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from Atlanta

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Pros

  • Unique design

Cons

  • Perishable

Best Uses

  • Wedding gift

Comments about UncommonGoods Chocolate Truffle Champagne Bottle:

Very unique design - unexpected. Individual truffles made it easy to limit intake. Even though it is made to order, it didn't take very long to get to the recipients - faster than predicted by the site. Only two possible downsides for us: it needs refrigeration if it isn't "devoured right away" and an odd number of truffles makes it a little harder to split evenly (but that only applies because this was a couple's gift).

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5.0

Great gift for Chocolate and Wine Enthusiasts

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from Maple Valley, WA

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      • Gift for chocolate and/or wine enthusiast

      Comments about UncommonGoods Chocolate Truffle Champagne Bottle:

      The chocolate wine bottle is a replica of a split of champagne. It came extremely well packed and arrived without damage. Because it is a gift, I am unable to taste it at this point, but I know that it is going to be a welcome unique gift for my friends.

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