Two Towns Adelaide Hills Pinot Gris

Two Towns wines are made from the finest grapes from two of South Australias finest wine regions the Barossa Valley and Adelaide Hills. These wines celebrate these two iconic wine regions and their landscape. The wine has good length, is expressive and has good purity. Fresh peachy, fruit and weight on the palate.

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