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Koala Reserved & Wild Bio

8.50 (IVA included)

The wine has a fruity taste of yellow apples and honeydew melon and aromas of peach, fresh herbs and citrus. Suitable for seafood!
Grape: Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc
Alcohol: 13%

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About the wine

Fresh and fruity white from Australia! Reserved & Wild Organic is made from a blend of the popular grapes Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc, which are appreciated worldwide. The wine has a fruity taste of yellow apples and honeydew melon and aromas of peach, fresh herbs and citrus. Suitable for seafood!

Taste description Fruity taste with hints of yellow apples, peach, fresh herbs, honeydew melon and citrus.

Origin Geographically, South Australia is centrally located in the southern parts of Australia. It is the most important area for wine production in all of Australia and stands for both quality and quantity. The term South Australia includes some of Australia’s best wine-growing areas, including well-known districts such as Barossa, Adelaide, Coonawarra and the Limestone Coast. Closer to the coast, there are almost all quality producers because they get cooling winds from the south.
Read more and see all wines from South Australia

Climate-compensated transports Climate-compensated transports All our transports are climate-compensated through Solvatten. Most of our transports take place, for environmental reasons, by train, and when that is not possible, we use boats, which is the second best option for the environment.

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