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Peugeot unveils expandable bottle cooler

The Frizz is launching just in time for summer to provide some much needed protection from warm wine.

Using high performance cooling gel, the Frizz cools bottles in 20 minutes and keeps them cool for up to two hours – perfect for events, festivals, outside entertaining and more. The design includes a high collar, expandable jacket to fit both wine and sparkling wine bottles, and a large cooling gel surface area ratio for ultimate cooling.

Chris Gee, managing director of Peugeot Saveurs UK, commented: “With summer just around the corner now is the perfect time for us to introduce the Frizz. From days out at Henley or Wimbledon, to camping trips and al fresco entertaining, the Frizz is versatile and efficient.

“Peugeot has leveraged its expertise in integrating cutting-edge technology with inimitable style to develop this fantastic addition to the wine and barware range and after rigorous testing, we’re pleased to say it’s a market leader. Let there be no warm wine this summer.”

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