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Butlers Ruby Dessert Wine Kit 1 Gallon

£9.50 £8.00 Inc VAT

Butlers quality Ruby Dessert wine kit to make 1 gallon/ 6 bottles of port style wine in 3-6 weeks (depending upon fermentation temperature). Simply add sugar and water.

**REDUCED TO CLEAR** BBE May 2018

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Butlers quality Ruby Dessert wine kit to make 1 gallon/ 6 bottles of port style wine in 3-6 weeks (depending upon fermentation temperature)

Simply add sugar and water.

Ingredients: Apple and Gooseberry concentrate, preservative (E220), Citric Acid, Pectolase, Kieselsol (liquid silicon dioxide), Chitosan, Wine yeast, Yeast Nutrient (diammonium phosphate), Wine concentrate flavourings for foodstuffs (restricted use), Wine preservatives E223 and E202. Oak Chippings, Elderberry concentrate, Artificial Flavouring.
Allergens: Contains Crustacae, Sulphites
Net Weight: 440g
Manufacturer: Ritchie Products Ltd, 100-105 Victoria Crescent, Burton-on-Trent, England DE14 2QF

BBE May 2018

 

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Weight 0.5 kg
 

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