La Forge Sauvignon Blanc And Retro Sweet Hamper
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Buy a bottle of La Forge Sauvignon Blanc, with our retro sweet hamper is packed with all of your childhood memories and makes the perfect gift or selfish sweetie treat for you! Quite how we managed to pack 27 different sweet varieties in here, we will never know but as lovers of the retro sweet, we know it was worth it to bring so much joy to your sweet tooth. The sweets are presented in a beautiful hamper.
Very bright with green tints. Complex aromas with asparagus and herbaceous aromas with some slightly tropical notes. Palate displays aromas gooseberry, melon and lime aromas and flavours with a tangy, light-to-medium body and a refreshing hay, grapefruit and mineral accented finish.
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Alcohol Volume- 12 %Bottle Size- 75 cl
Type- Wine - WhiteCountry Of Origin- France
Brand- La Forge
Availability- In stock
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