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Here Are The Prettiest Wine Bottles

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Wine cellar looking dusty? You’ll want to show off these bottles. Here are our top picks of the most pretty wine bottles and their pairing notes. Make sure to pop a candle in after to make a gorgeous DIY candlestick holder – you will want to save these! 

The Prettiest Wine Bottles For Your Wine Fridge

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Madame F’s Rouge QB 2020

A wine made in collaboration with Queer Britain, imbibing Madame F supports the goal of opening Britain’s first LGBTQ+ museum. They currently have a red, white and rosé on offer, all featuring tiny, stylish frogs.

Characteristics: the red tastes of fresh berries infused with warm spice.

Pair with: a classic fondue.

£9 per bottle,

Bourgogne by Emile Wines

Emile Wines’ Bourgogne Blanc Côte Salines

Organically farmed wine in the village of Préhy (in the Chablis region), this bottle label is beautifully designed by London-based artist Frances Costelloe. This is also the first own-label from Emile Wines, an enoteca set up to ‘demystify the traditionally male dominated world of fine wine’.

Characteristics: zesty and vibrant with ripe fruit, plenty of minerals and saline finish.

Pair with: langoustines, clams and mussels – as a baby chablis this is best paired with sushi and shellfish.

£19 per bottle,

Pasqua - Hey French You Could Have Made This But You Didn't Multi-Vintage (75cl)

Pasqua’s Hey French You Could Have Made This But You Didn’t

A gorgeous multi-vintage containing grapes from 2015 through to 2018, this bottle comes with a bit of attitude. The blend of types of grape give it a punchy and complex flavour.

Characteristics: aromas include chamomile, almonds, citrus, plus tropical fruits and white pepper.

Pair with: any food with ginger in.

£32 per bottle,

Nouveau’s White Lies

People will want to take a nosey at this bottle. Nouveau wines specialise in pretty low-fuss wines, so all of their bottles are beautiful to look at and their scribble-esque labels bring out our inner child.

Read about ‘inner child’ interiors

Characteristics: a skin-contact wine, crisp and clean, with ripe stone fruit flavours.

Pair with: a spicy dish like coconut curry.

£17.45 per bottle,

Altano Rewilding Wine Bottle

Symington’s Altano (Rewilding Edition)

This bottle is uber-pretty but also purpose driven: Symington Family Estates are a BCorp business and collaborating with Rewilding Portugal to create a positive future for the Douro region. The bottle depicts animals that are increasingly in decline in Portugal, like the Britango and the Iberian Lynx and Wolf.

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Characteristics: rich red fruits and hints of floral aromatics.

Pair with: anything smoky and seasoned with oregano. 

£35.99 for limited edition bag-in-tube,

Gérard Bertrand’s Côte des Roses

The Côte des Roses is a blush wine with a beautiful sculpted bottle that you’ll want to use as a centre-piece well after the last drop is finished. 

Characteristics: think summer fruits and florals, with a hint of grapefruit.

Pair with: baked white fish and fresh seasonal salad.

£12.99 per bottle,

Van Hunks - pretty bubbly wine

Van Hunks’ Brut & Rosé MCC Sparkling Wines

The label features a pretty illustration of Jan Van Hunks – an imagined pipe-slinging man searching for the perfect meadery and vineyard in which to make his fermented sparkling wines. 

Characteristics: made with slightly unripe grapes to give it a ‘racy’ zestiness.

Pair with: sweet and spicy cooked chicken. 

£20 per bottle,


Rosso Vermouth - pretty vermouth bottle

Bolney Wine Estate’s Sussex Rosso Vermouth

Crafted in Sussex, the label reflects the estate’s gardens. Not only is this wine bottle pretty, but the winery is accredited by Sustainable Wines of Great Britain. 

Characteristics: faint hints of rose and elderflower.

Pair with: a moreish cheese board. 

£19 per bottle,

De La Cuvee - pretty wine bottle

Ultimate Provence’s Côte de Provence Rosé

This embossed bottle proudly displays a tangled rose… And with no paper labels on the bottle, this one is ripe for upcycling (we think popping fairy lights inside would look dreamy).

Characteristics: ultra-crisp and clear, with raspberry notes throughout.

Pair with: prawns.


Wednesday’s Domaine (No/Low)

The cool new kid on the block, having launched only this summer – a non-alcoholic option to add to your collection.

Characteristics: the white (Piquant) is pretty crisp and balanced, with citrus notes, whereas the red (Sanguine) has a light-bodied taste, with hints of plums and blackcurrants.

Pair with: a light, fruity dessert – and enjoy ending your meal without possibility of a hangover.

£25.99 per pack of 2,


This rosé sports a label designed by Damian Hurst – and we think it’s offering up nostalgic 00s vibes. 

Characteristics: rather acidic and dry with a touch of citrus fruits.

Pair with: pork or shellfish.

£16 per bottle,