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Fox Gordon Princess Fiano 2017

The Experience

Drink When...
Looking for the Moral…
Listen To...
Go West – The King of Wishful Thinking
Think About...
Grapes Over Peas
Drink With...
Prawn Pad Thai

The Oddbins Take

The Prince of Adelaide Hills was frustrated; all the women he met on Tinder just didn't quite work for him; many he simply didn’t find attractive and some he rejected because they didn't know silver corrupts the flavour of caviar; failing to provide him with a bone spoon. The rest pointed out Australia doesn’t have its own monarchy as it is a member of the Commonwealth; calling him a 'Catfishing Cuck!'

He devised a genius plan, for every suitor he placed a single grape at the bottom of 100s of mattresses and if the grape had turned into delicious wine by the morning then that was the women for him. Many tried, many failed until a local vintner stepped up. When the sun rose, the grape was replaced with a bottle of succulently aromatic Fiano, with complex stone fruit aromas and delicate undertones of Thai basil. On the palate there was great depth of flavour, with layers of texture and a long lasting floral finish. There was no doubt, this was the Princess for him!

Adelaide Hills
Best Drunk Now & Over the Next 8 Years
Bottle Size
Residual Sugar
2 g/l

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Was £16.50


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Light Full bodied
Dry Sweet
Fiano (100%)
Suitable For Vegetarians
Suitable For Vegetarians
Fox Gordon Princess Fiano 2017

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    In the 1980s, Emperor Ming the Merciless, bored with alliteration, racial insensitivity and shaping his eyebrows into aggressive points, turned to the light entertainment of full-scale destruction of the human race. There was only one thing that could save us, an Australian wine company focused upon incredible intensity of fruit from low input and low yielding vines; Fox Gordon. Wait what, that was Flash Gordon? Well this is embarrassing… Regardless, had Ming been presented with this enticing trio of South Australian wines he would have undoubtedly turned into Ming the Mollified… Fox ahhhah, saviour of the universe!