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A bottle of red Bordeaux wine which was produced as a commemorative of the 1991 RUGBY WORLD CUP. The Springboks were not allowed to participate in the first two Rugby World Cup competitions (1987 and 1991) and consequently there were not many spectators from South Africa who went over to the 1991 Rugby World Cup - that is why this commemorative bottle of wine is a very scarce item which is not often seen in South Africa. The bottle is the standard 750 ml size. It does not have paper labels, but the information on it is applied directly to the glass of the bottle. You can see the bottle on the image above and there are 4 more images below which describe the bottle more closely. Have a good look at them and ask a question if there is anything you are not sure about.
The bottle is in excellent condition. I am unable to comment on the condition of the wine, but the bottle was stored in cellar conditions and there is no indication of any leakage, sediment or surface matter.
A nice and collectable scarce item of memorabillia of the 1991 Rugby World Cup in very good condition.
NOTE THAT I HAVE ANOTHER BOTTLE OF COLLECTABLE WINE ON THIS CRAZY WEDNESDAY AUCTION. IT WILL COST ONLY AN ADDITIONAL R12 TO POST THE SECOND BOTTLE BECAUSE I COMBINE ITEMS FOR POSTING. HAVE A LOOK AT IT.
The front of the bottle with an image of the Rugby World Cup.
Details about the producer and type of wine are given on the back of the bottle.
The emblems of the 16 nations that participated in the 1991 Rugby World Cup are shown around the circunference of the bottle.
The level of the wine in the bottle. SHIPPING COST:
R42 IN SOUTH AFRICA. FOR OTHER COUNTRIES: THE POST OFFICE PARCEL RATE PLUS 20%.
I HAVE LISTED SEVERAL INTERESTING ITEMS ON THIS AUCTION. CLICK ON THE BID OR BUY ICON BELOW IF YOU WANT TO SEE THEM.