Lisa Murphy 25, is a PR executive living in south London. The picture on the label looks cheap and out of focus but the name suggests it will be a decent quality wine. The perry is yellowy and looks like a bog standard white wine you’d get in pubs. It doesn’t smell very appealing. It’s a bit tasteless and nondescript and reminds me of cream crackers. It tastes like something that should be fizzy and has gone flat. I don’t think it would be good to accompany a meal. In fact, I’d probably only be happy to drink it if I was already drunk. I can’t see it catching on as I think it falls between the pillar and the post. It’s not a good perry or a good wine and at that price would probably only suit someone who hasn’t yet acquired a taste for wine. Rating out of 25 ­ 4 {{DRINKS }}

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