Four Cousins Natural Sweet Red

$14.00 aud

The Four Cousins Natural Sweet Red is a garnet-coloured wine with a soft rosepetal nose and flavours of ripe plums, juicy raspberries and a soft, silky finish. This is a friendly wine, best enjoyed chilled with spicy food, desserts and matured cheese.

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