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Mixed New Zealand Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc Wine collection. Case of 12 bottles
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- A stunning collection of Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc to try st £ 9.45 a bottle
- 4 Bottles of Faultline Sauvignon Blanc
- 4 bottles of Nika Tiki Sauvignon Blanc
- 4 bottles of 3 Stones Sauvignon Blanc
- That's £ 9.45 a bottle
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New zealand marlborough sauvignon blanc mixed wine collection.12 bottles at £ 9.45 a bottle. This is an incredible value mixed case of marlborough sauvignon blanc. 3 Stones Sauvignon Blanc - An absolutely stunning dry white wine from Marlborough, New Zealand. This Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc has zesty flavours of passion fruit, gooseberry, and crushed lime, with green straw hues, the wine finishes with a crisp refreshing acidity. Faultline Sauvignon Blanc - Gooseberry and citrus and mineral complexity with a lingering finish. Nika Tiki Sauvignon Blanc - Unmistakably Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc with elderflower aromas and tropical fruit flavours but this is more subtle a little more restained, a style that is now proving more popular with our elegant British palate. A massive contrast to some of the bulk produced examples seen in some of our popular supermarkets.