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Te Awa Left Field Rose 2017 | Te Awa | Advintage
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Te Awa Left Field Rose 2017

Hawkes Bay, New Zealand

Te Awa Left Field Rose 2017

Hawkes Bay, New Zealand
New Release
Staff Pick

Left Field is the creative child from the Te Awa Collection and their Rosé has been a standout in this impressive lineup of quirkily labelled wines. The 2017 is a tangy blend with crushed strawberry and citrus characters. Divine summer wine.

  • $15.99
    case rate (6) or mixed case of 12
$17.99 per bottle
elsewhere $19.99
Savings
$24
Per case
21%
Discount
WISHLIST
WISHLIST
Description

The winery writes "Strawberry, cranberry and crunchy raspberry are jubilant and excitable. They bounce off the walls with brightness and freshness. Their more serious side advocates a richer, sophisticated and slightly drier personality." 

Stock Level Limited
Volume (ml) 750ML
Alcohol % 12.5
Seal Type Screwcap
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