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Vivat Fina vina

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Vivat fine wine shop is an obligatory place to visit in the neighbourhood for all those who appreciate wine. Life is indeed too short to drink bad wines, as Vivat’s slogan goes.

Their wine shop actually offers a wide range of drinks as well as select, high-quality food products, but the emphasis is undoubtedly on the carefully designed wine list. Whether you are searching for a bottle of premium champagne for special moments with your loved ones, a bottle of great red wine to go with the dinner you have prepared with love, or some drinkable white wine to fill the hours spent in the company of friends with joy, you are guaranteed to find something for yourself at Vivat fine wine shop.

 
 
 
 

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