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Case of Mini Lanson Rose Champagne 20cl (24 x 20cl)
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A case of 24 bottles of Mini Lanson Rose Champagne 20cl Champagne these are perfect for a party or as a giveaway. 24 x 20cl
Mini Lanson Rose Champagne 20cl - Having been making this cuvee for over fifty years rose Champagnes are rather a speciality of the Lanson house. A blend of Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier with one-third Chardonnay grapes produces a delicate pale rose colour and delicious long lasting raspberry and strawberry flavours. A beautiful pure colour with pale salmon touches. On the nose aromas of roses and fruit predominate with discreet notes of red fruit. The initial impression is tender; well-rounded and fresh this wine has harmonious balance and good length on the finish.
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Alcohol Volume- 12.5 %Bottle Size- 20 cl
Type- ChampagneCountry Of Origin- France
Availability- In stock
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