Monday, April 19, 2010


The Four Cousins Extra Light Range

The Four Cousins Extra Light range is the only bottled wines in South Africa endorsed by the Weigh-Less Foundation and has their logo on the label. These wines give health and weight conscious consumers the opportunity to enjoy a glass of wine without the guilt. With screw cap.

The Four Cousins Light Natural Sweet Rosé 2010 is the newest, slim, sexy member of the Four Cousins family. This is also the first SA wine of 2010. A deliciously fruity wine with an aromatic Muscat nose and an abundance of sweet cranberry flavours, perfectly balanced. A perfect "any-time" drinking wine that goes well with salads, fish, white meat dishes, and spicy foods.

It’s older sister, or rather cousin, is the Four Cousins Extra Light White 2009, which was launched in 2008. A pleasant dry, very easy drinkable white wine. Hints of kiwi and jasmine from Muscat compliments the spicy pear-drop aromas of Fernao Pires. Lovely wine, with racy herbaceous freshness due to early harvesting. Ideal with lightly spiced dishes, sushi, fresh fish, summer salads, duck, roasted chicken, and a wide variety of vegetarian and healthy dishes.

Slim, fresh and full of flavour - all minus the kilojoules. Perfect quaffing for the health conscious. Serve well chilled. Low in alcohol (9 % A/V), it’s perfect for restaurant dining and still driving. Endorsed by the Weigh-Less Foundation, the Four Cousins Extra Light range is proving very popular with the trend towards more responsible wine consumption, lifestyle changes, not to mention the lower kilojoules for ‘healthy-at-heart’ consumers. All in all your favourite wine… just a bit slimmer.

FMS is a wine négociant and international trading house focusing on the export of wines. Thanks to our professional approach, our client in Japan has chosen FMS rather than dealing with the cellar.
4 sales in 4 months thanks to GWS!

Alcohol reduces driving ability. Don’t drink and drive.

L'abus d'alcool est dangereux pour la santé. Sachez consommer et apprécier avec modération.

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