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Natural Wine Mixed Reds 12 bottles - Buon Vino Organic Wine Cases
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Natural Wine Mixed Reds - 12 bottles

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£185.00

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Gaillac Peyrouzelles Causse Marines 2017
Malbec Sin Sulfiti Familia Cecchin 2018
Rosso Piceno DOC Franco Aurora 2018
Ink Zweigelt/St. Laurent Judith Beck 2019
Saumur Champigny Domaine des Roches Neuves Thierry Germain 2019
Vina Almate Tempranillo Alfredo Maestro 2019

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Natural Wine Mixed Reds - 12 bottles of natural red wine. This case qualifies for free delivery to anywhere in mainland UK. At around £15 a bottle, it represents what we at Buon Vino think are spot on red wines made naturally at our type of price point. The wines are great, from some of our choice artisans. Aurora's Rosso Piceno has to be the best example of this wine around for super soft and subtle drinking. You have one of our all time greats in the Gaillac Peyrouzelles from Causses Marines and the freshest of fresh crunchy Cabernet Franc's from the Loire. To round if off a Malbec which has a note of Loire about it even though it hails from Mendoza and a superb value Bio red from Austria made mainly from the very tasty Zwieglet variety. A lovely case of homely and natural reds. We think impossible not to enjoy.

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    Benjamin16/04/2020

    Very solid collection of red wines with a range of characters. Easy drinking Beck Ink (which I had tried in another case of Austrian wines and enjoyed hugely) to deeper and more classic punchy reds such as the Saumur and Montepulciano.

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