Colab and Bloom, Sauvignon Blanc

Colab and Bloom, Sauvignon Blanc - 2021

Item # 46586 750mL
$14.96/ Single Bottle
$179.52 $161.57/ Case of 12
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A fresh and vibrant Sauvignon Blanc from the cool climes of Adelaide Hills. Colab and Bloom is a trio of friends who set out to make expressive and drinkable wines. This crisp dry white is light-bodied with racy acidity and citrus and tropical fruit. Enjoy with a Greek meze spread.


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