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Chateaux Belles Eaux Les Coteaux Rose 750ml

Colour: Peony pink. Nose: Intense raspberry and vine peach aromas. Palate: Lovely freshness on the palate with a lively, fruity quality. Recommendations: This wine is the perfect accompaniment to seasonal salads, cold meats and summer nibbles.


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