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Natura Rosé 2016

Happy Earth Day!

Celebrate this year by Rosé-ing all day with Natura Rosé 2016  sourced from Chile's Rapel Valley.

This refreshing blend of organically grown Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot is fresh and easy-going with bright cherry/berry aromas and flavors and a gravelly mineral note in the lingering fruity finish. Tasty with a variety of menu items from sushi to mild cheeses, it is also easy to enjoy alone as an aperitif. With it's only 12% ABV, it makes an excellent patio sipper.

Light, pleasant, delicious and priced at only $10 a bottle, it is highly recommended as the perfect organic wine to Rosé with now and on through the summer!

*Media Sample

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