Three’s a Party with Flamingo Sparkling Moscato

 
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Warhol said it, “one’s company, two's a crowd, and three's a party!”

So instead of looking for one model who could encapsulate the fun, fresh and playful essence of Flamingo Sparkling Moscato; The Collective Wine Company decided to make it a party, and invite the infamous Sydney trio, Vybe, Ivy Leaguee and Coco Jumbo to parade their wares - and the wines.

These kweens have cemented their names in the Sydney drag scene with their wild appearances at HOME, their saucy performances at Arq, and during August last year when they saved a New Zealand man from a vicious, hateful attack on Sydney’s Oxford Street.

When they’re not taking-out the haters, they’re racking up a lengthy list of awards; with Coco Jumbo just winning the 2017 Entertainer of the Year.

 
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As you can see, the photo shoot was an incredible time. So, we can now confirm that Flamingo Sparkling Moscato pairs perfectly with pool parties, fierce friends, heels, wigs – and however you choose to celebrate the 40th Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.

With scrumptious, oral aromas of musk and underlying touches of honeysuckle; Flamingo Sparkling Moscato is tremendously balanced, being both crisp and naturally sweet, which is all-too enhanced in the mouth, thanks to the tiny beads of bubbles that persist on the palate.

So whether your pre-parade party involves big hair, bold colours and plenty of sass by the pool; or just your favourite friends catching-up couch-side in your apartment; pick up some Flamingo Sparkling Moscato on the way. You’ll find a few Flamingos chilled at Darlinghurst Fine Wines on Bourke Street (just down from Taylor Square).

No matter how you choose to celebrate, have a truly fabulous time during Mardi Gras, and if you miss the girls on parade night, then make sure you check out Vybe, Ivy Leaguee and Coco Jumbo in their Sexcess show at Arq, on Friday the 9th of March!

 
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Amy Guo