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Abels Tempest Chardonnay Pinot Noir

This new sparkling from Abel's Tempest is sourced from premium Tasmanian fruit and made with minimal intervention in the winery to produce a clean, fresh and crisp sparkling. Perfect for your summer get together, pair with your favourite seafood for maximum enjoyment.

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