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Sorry, our 24 Carat Gold Flakes Wines are now sold out and we have phased out this range.
But not to worry, you can view our new, luxury collection of 24 Carat Gold Flakes Gifts below.
Make a real statement with a unique gift containing 24 Carat Gold Flakes. Yes, they're edible! Add a touch of luxury to gift-giving with our Gold Collection.
From Sparkling 24 Carat Gold Flake Wines to Luscious Liqueurs encapsulated inside Specialty Bottles, these outstanding gifts are sure to bring a sparkle to someones eye.
Our 24 Carat Gold Flake Gifts are perfect any special occasion, and it's a great gift idea for those who seem to have everything.
The most luxurious way to enjoy your bubbles.
Our Sparkling Wines are filled with real 24 Carat Gold Flakes.
Don't worry, they're edible.
Origin - Australia 750ml Alc/Vol 13%. Contains Preservative 220 (Sulphur Dioxide).
Sparkling Rosé with 24 Carat Gold Flakes
Perfect for any special occasion such as a milestone Birthday or to celebrate the Christmas season. A lovely gift to send to a couple celebrating an engagement, wedding or a 50th golden wedding anniversary! Also, perfect for a staff member celebrating a promotion or a job well done. Whatever the occasion, this celebration gift will be well received!
Fitted with Zork Cork
The world's first resealable, reusable and recyclable sparkling wine closure.
It allows for easy open and re-seal, which extends the life of the wine.
24 Carat Edible Gold Flakes
We've been consuming gold for centuries as far back as the Egyptians, who used gold in their food and drinks.
It's soft and edible, adding a touch of luxury to your drink.
This unique sparkling wine made in Australia with 24 Carat Gold flakes comes in two varieties white and pink rose combined makes a very special sparkling celebration gift.
Perfect for any special occasion:
50th Golden Wedding Anniversary
History of Edible Gold
What is Edible Gold?
Edible Gold is a natural metal food additive commonly known as Gold, it has been approved by the Australian Health Authorities for human consumption. It is tasteless and feather light.
History of Edible Gold… It goes way back
FAQs of Gold Flake Wine
Is Edible Gold safe to consume?
Yes, it has been approved by the Australian Health Authorities for human Edible gold does not contain harmful by products. Edible Gold will pass out of the body about 24 hours unchanged without causing any harm or reaction on the body. It can be consumed by all religious groups, vegans and vegetarians.
Gold flakes will not alter the taste once added to any food or beverage.
Wine Tasting Notes
The grapes for these wines are sourced from premium grape growing regions in the South Eastern region of South Australia where the perfect mix of natural elements nurture the perfect white grape growing environment.
Our suppliers have worked with Flaschengeist for over 9 years, forming a solid and reliable working relationship as both supplier and producer. Flaschengeist now have incredibly high standards and the quality assurance standards are first class to that of any mass producing, volume heavy vineyard.
Our boutique operation boasts consistency in each production run, year on year, season to season. Flaschengeist also has an equity stake in our supplier making sure that we maintain exclusivity, on top of the quality and management of the production. This has secured and cemented the strength and resilience of the product and category for the business.
Serving Tips & Tricks
All sparkling wines are best served chilled – but not too chilled. The perfect temperature is approximately 7-10C which should be roughly 2-3hrs cooling in a refrigerator.
Do NOT freeze sparkling wines as this disrupts the composition of the alcohol, sugars and carbonation.
Our sparkling wines should be served in long-stemmed flutes or tulip shaped glasses. These are designed to enhance the flow of bubbles to the crown and to concentrate the aromas of the wine. Never chill or ice the glass as it would take away from the enjoyment of the wine.
Incidentally, since the surface texture of crystal is rougher than ordinary glass, more bubbles form on these glasses.