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Mini Starter Wine Kit 6 bottle

£25.00 Inc VAT

The equipment and wine kit to make six bottles of wine.

Select the wine of your choice and enter your preference in the Customer Notes field.

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Product Description

The perfect gift for a beginner that keeps on giving.

Make six bottles of wine, and gain the equipment to make wine again and again for less than £2.40 a bottle! Just add water, and use recycled wine bottles.

Choose from: the Beaverdale range of wine kits: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Nebbiolo, Pinto Noir, Rojo Tinto, Shiraz, Vieux Chateau du Roi, Chardonnay, Gerwurtztraminer, Pinto Grigio, Sauvignon Blanc, White Bourgeron, Blush, Grenache Rose, or White Zinfandel (Rose), Cabernet Sauvignon or Merlot in the California Connoisseur range.

The kit includes:

5 Litre Bucket and Lid
5 Litre plastic demijohn and cap
Syphon Kit
Hand Corker
Beaverdale Wine Kit of your choice.

Additional Information

Weight 3.00 kg


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