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Vina Esmeralda Blanco 2020

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750ML / 0% ABV
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750ML / 0% ABV

Winemaker Notes

Brilliant straw yellow. Very fragrant, with delicate floral (rose) and fruit (lychee) notes. Soft and seductive on the palate with a luscious (acacia honey) finish.

Sublime with seafood appetizers, fish and pate. Well worth trying with Asian food.

Vegan

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Delicate floral nose and pretty palate of orange blossom, ripe greengage and Reine Claude Dorée plums. Light and fresh with a gentle chiffon texture. A really well-judged blend, full of charm and pleasure. Finishes lengthily
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