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Cottonwood Grove Pinot Grigio 2015
  • Crisp and elegant Pinot Grigio
  • A customer favourite
  • It's magic with fresh seafood - enjoy!

Cottonwood Grove Pinot Grigio 2015 x12

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Pinot Grigio is one of the new stylish varieties that are taking wine bars and bistro by storm. Delicious on its own, its crisp and vibrant flavours also match a range of foods beautifully. Fresh seafood, gourmet salads, chicken, spicy cuisine... they all make a great match.

Wine Region

SOUTH EAST AUSTRALIA

Drink Until

2017

Varieties

Pinot Grigio

Alcohol

12.5%

Foods

Snapper or summer salads.

Oak

Unoaked.

Colour

Straw yellow.

Nose

Lifted notes of Nashi pear, tropical fruits and hints of subtle spiciness.

Palate

This fresh, fruit-driven Pinot Grigio is medium bodied with delightful cut apple flavours balanced by a definite pear finish.

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Cottonwood Grove ...One of life's simple pleasures: a glade, a woodland, a cottonwood grove...Bliss! Take time out to take in some nature and relax a little with Cottonwood Grove's elegant, flavoursome wines. The range features Sparkling, Chardonnay, SSB, Pinot Grigio, Cabernet and Shiraz...a variety to suit all sorts of occasions. Pack a picnic, enjoy a barbecue, or just sip on a glass as you watch the sun go down. Beautiful!

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