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Zonin Prosecco Cuv
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A delightful gift of Zonin Prosecco Cuvee DOC 1821 along with a Hamlet Belgian Chocolate Truffles (35g)and Belgid'Or Fine Belgin Choclates (175g) all packed in a wicker hamper with leather straps lined with wood wool. All gifts come with a gift card with a message of your choice.
Very well-balanced and appealing, with the extremely delicate almond note that is typical of Glera grapes.
Bright pale straw-yellow; a fine, clear mousse with a very delicate perlage.
Attractively intense; very fruity and aromatic, with hints of wisteria flowers and Rennet apples.
An excellent aperitif, it can also be served throughout the meal - including dessert - as long as the dishes are not too strongly flavoured.
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- 11 %Bottle Size- 75 cl
Type- ProseccoCountry Of Origin- Italy
Availability- Out Of Stock
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