Ridgy Didge Sauvignon Blanc 75Cl
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Australian Sauvignon Blanc, Limestone Coast
This Sauvignon Blanc is grown in the stunning Limestone Coast region of South Australia. The Province is famed for its mineral rich soils, cooling coastal winds and some of the oldest vinewayrds in the world. Bright lemon in colour, with elderflower and green pepper aromas. This wine is bursting with apple and lime flavours, with a crisp and mineral freshness.
- Contains: Milk & Sulphites
Bright lemon in colour, with elderflower and green pepper aromas. This wine is bursting with apple and lime flavours, with a crisp and mineral freshness.
|Region of Origin||South Australia|
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Sabro, Sauvignon Blanc
This wine is ideal for drinking now but can be kept for up to 1 year
Alcohol Unit Other Text:
9 UK Units per bottle
1.5 UK units per 125ml glass
Know Your Limits
UK Chief Medical Officers recommend adults do not regularly exceed:
Men: 3-4 units daily
Women: 2-3 units daily
- Store in a cool dark place. To enjoy at its best drink within a year of
- purchase. Once open drink within two days.
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