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La Petite Frog Picpoul 3L Box

Picpoul de Pinet, Languedoc, France- Le Petite Frog features a pale yellow color with hints of green. Fresh and delicate aromas of grapefruit, lime and exotic fruit linger on the palate; all hallmarks of Picpoul. Pairs well with oysters and seafood.

COUNTRY / STATE
REGION
APPELLATION
WINE TYPE
VARIETAL
STYLE
Fresh
ABV
12.5%
TASTE
Citrus, Tropical
BODY
Light-bodied
SKU
108263030-1

La Petite Frog Picpoul 3L Box

$29.99
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Sacramento (Arden)
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