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  • Love it!

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    • 5 /5
    Delicious French aperitif that I tried for the first time in Bordeaux. It is based on wine and refined with spices. Very tasty and I'm sure I'll buy it again.
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  • Lillet Blanc 75cl

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    • 4 /5
    Lillet Blanc is a fruity wine aperitif from Podensac in the Bordeaux region and named after the founders of the brothers Lillet. From 1855, this liason of wines from the Bordelais, eg made of wood bearing fruit liqueurs, herbal extracts and citrus (sweet, bitter and green oranges from Spain,...
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  • Lillet Blanc 75cl

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    • 4 /5
    Lillet Blanc for reference grape Semillon which gives it a wide and fat structure. The Lillet range will reveal all the freshness of a drink in soft and fruity taste. flowery nose. Mouth with candied orange aromas of honey, pine resin, and exotic fruits. Ample and fat on the palate. Beautiful...
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  • Lillet Blanc 75cl

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    • 4 /5
    Lillet Blanc is a French aperitif produced in the city of Podensac in the wine region of Bordeaux, France. The wine used for the creation of Lillet Blanc comes from the best white wines. It is the result of careful blend of Sauvignon Blanc, for its freshness and aroma, Semillon, by its structure...
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  • Lillet Blanc 75cl

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    • 4 /5
    Brand: LILLET | Country: France | Volume: 75cl | School Drinking: 17. 0% / Vol. | Sale prohibited to minors. Alcohol abuse is dangerous for health. To consume with moderation
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  • Lillet Blanco 75cl

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    • 4 /5
    - Tasting notes: Appetizer smooth and fruity taste. The Lillet Blanc is characterized by aromas of candied oranges, honey and pine resin.
    - ALCOHOL CONTENT: 17º
    - TEMPERATURE: 6 to 8 ° C
    - PAIRING: This wine appetizer
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  • Lillet Blanc 75cl

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    • 4 /5
    - A great buy: Lillet (pronounced lee-lay), is a French Aperitif made from a blend of wine, liqueurs, fruits and herbs. It originated in the French village of Podensac and has been made since the late 1800s. Lillet Blanc is made from white wine and is drier than Lillet Rouge, its red-wine...
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