Head over Heels Chardonnay, With Royal Scot Wine Glasses
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Buy this lovely bottle of Head over Heels Chardonnay, this comes packed together with a box of 2 Highland Wine glasses, the traditional hand cut diamonds and fan design embodies the spirit of the glassmaker. This distinguished wine suite was inspired by the Highlands of Scotland.
Please note the Bottle of wine is a separate item from the box of flutes.
Medium pale straw in colour, this Chardonnay is an appealing fruit driven wine with aromas of candied citrus fruit, pear drop and ripe melon flavours that continue to a long finish
This product is hand packed onsite by Gifts International, and is not affiliated with any other brand. Gifts International is responsible for this product combination/set.
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Alcohol Volume- 12.5 %Bottle Size- 75 cl
Type- WineCountry Of Origin- Australia
Brand- Head over Heels
Availability- In stock
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