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Bigger wine, bigger value

Big FAT bastard in a box

The only thing equal to drinking a glass of your favourite award-winning wine is indulging in even more! Say hello to the larger-than-life, 2 litre FAT bastard Chardonnay. This box may be slim on the outside, but it’s FAT on the inside … reminding you that life should be filled to the brim and enjoyed in large, delicious gulps.  With a big, fat, bellyful of laughs.

So … what’s the big deal about this new FAT bastard Slimline box? NEW SLIMLINE BOX?

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Well …

  • More wine equals more value and greater dollops of generosity. Now, more than ever, consumers are looking for value for money.
  • It fits snugly in the fridge door making for convenient chilling.
  • It keeps fresh for longer … up to four weeks in the fridge.
  • Sleek and chic, easy to pack and to carry, and unbreakable, it makes for an ideal companion for alfresco enjoyment.
  • Convenience without quality compromise. The same taste as the 750ml glass bottle is guaranteed.

You’ll find it for between R150 and R170 at your favourite bottle store. Cheers.

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