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$15.99

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Cuvée Tasmania Chardonnay Pinot Noir NV
  • Cool climate Tassie gem
  • A prestige Sparkling, perfect for celebrations
  • Champagne-style luxury at an Aussie price

Cuvée Tasmania Chardonnay Pinot Noir NV x12

$191.88

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When it comes to premium sparkling wine, the colder the region, the better the wine. (Think Champagne in France.) This is grown in Tasmania, Australia's coldest and finest sparkling wine region. Think about your carbon footprint, and your budget. Who needs Champagne when this is right on your doorstep!

Wine Region

TASMANIA

Drink Until

2020

Varieties

Chardonnay, Pinot Noir

Alcohol

11.0%

Foods

Tempura prawns.

Oak

Unoaked.

Colour

Mid gold with pale straw hues.

Nose

Lifted toasty bouquet with citrus, lime and lemon characters evident. Clean attractive fruit.

Palate

Intense, delicate and full flavoured sparkling wine with clean citrus and a fine bead. Some biscuity yeast lees character. Fresh clean acidity adds length and mouthfeel to the palate.

Background

A premium sparkling wine made from grapes grown in Tasmania, Australia's coldest and finest sparkling wine producing region. This is a crisp, fresh and lively sparkling wine that makes an impression for its stunning looks as well as its delightfully crisp flavours.

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A handling fee of $1.20 per case (metro) or $1.40 per case (regional) will apply to your order.

Call 1800 500 260 to purchase a single bottle for $23.99 (plus delivery and handling)

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