Matua Malborough Red Wine - Pinot Noir
• Irresistibly, refreshingly good
• Bright aromatic herbal notes of this wine works well with some feta or goats cheese
• A great wine to have on its own with close friends
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
• Best served lightly chilled 13°C
• Once opened consume within 3 days
• Best stored at a constant 12°C-16°C
• Avoid temperature extremes and fluctuations
• Produced with the aid of egg products and traces may remain
• Contains sulphites
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