free-fizz

This is how you can get a free bottle of fizz in London on Wednesday

You'll have to be quick to get the free drink…

Chloe Best

You can't beat a chilled glass of rosé in the summertime, but it tastes even better when it's free, right? Well this week your Wednesday could get a whole lot better thanks to a collaboration between the sparkling wine brand Freixenet and delivery service Quiqup, who have 100 chilled bottles of ICE Rosé to give away – and better still, it will be delivered direct to your door.

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All you need to do to be in with a chance of getting your hands on the ice-cold fizz is download the Quiqup app and click on Freixenet in the Drinks category at 2pm on Wednesday 16 August. The first 100 people to order will get a free bottle delivered to their door within an hour, along with a wine glass, ice cubes and a punnet of berries to garnish, ready to serve – and no doubt boost your popularity in the office!

Freixenet and Quipup have 100 free bottles of ICE Rosé to give away

Freixenet launched their new ICE Rosé in June, and say it is the perfect refreshing summer drink, blended from "the finest Garnacha, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes" and is best served over ice with berries.

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Rosé wine has seen a huge resurgence in popularity over the summer, with frosé – the slushy rosé cocktail – the new must-try cocktail. Drew Barrymore, who runs her own wine label Barrymore Wines, recently raved about the frozen cocktail, telling People: "I made my first Frosé with our rosé and it was so amazing! I couldn't believe it. It was as good as I hoped it would be."

While it started appearing in bars and restaurants across the UK in 2016, Frosé looks set to become even more popular this summer, with an increasing number of places selling their own versions of the frozen wine cocktail. But it is actually surprisingly easy to make at home too, with the opportunity to mix up the ingredients to truly make it your own.

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