3 X Bottles of Charmes de Kirwan Margaux In A Branded Wooden Box
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This beautiful presentation case contains 3 bottles of the exceptional Charmes de Kirwan. The wine displays a brilliant ruby red colour. The nose offers elegant notes of black and red fruits such as cherry and red and blackcurrants. Delicate woody notes round out the palate of aromas. A fresh and lively quality immediately enchants the taste buds, while quickly giving way to sweeter sensations with a pleasant roundness.
Creamy notes add a touch of extra roundness to the wine and the tasting finishes with lovely spice scents. This wine is bountiful, gourmand, and will be delicious as of 2014.
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Alcohol Volume- 12.5 %Bottle Size- 75 cl
Type- Wine - RedCountry Of Origin- France
Brand- Charmes de Kirwan Margaux
Availability- Out Of Stock
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