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Petit Ballon Rosé IGP Comte Tolosan 2018

The Petit Ballon Rosé IGP Comte Tolosan is made by the excellent Producteurs Plaimont team who work closely with local growers, in the Gascony wine region of France, to produce high quality wines. A blend of several local grape varieties, this rosé offers layers of fresh strawberries and cream with supple tannins and lively acidity. A fruity and easy drinking style perfect for a mid-week tipple.

 

Wine File
Producer:
Producteurs Plaimont
Country:
France
Region:
South West France
Sub Region:
Vin de Pays - IGP
Style:
Rosé Wine
Primary Grape(s):
Cabernet Sauvignon , Other Varieties
Bottle Size:
75cl
Alcohol:
12.0%
Closure:
Screw Cap
Vegan:
Yes
Contains Sulphites:
Yes
Units Per Bottle:
9
£7.95
A18PBALLONROSE-1

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