Blind drunk?

Yesterday, whilst being dragged round ASDA’s along with all the other misbehaving children, we chanced upon this bottle of wine with it’s label in Braille [PIC] and [PIC]. How nice to see this level of accessibility on a product. Particularly on something like wine, where a description of the contents is far more than a list of ingredients. It’s produced by Chapoutie, unfortunately, Maison M.Chapoutier’s own website didn’t do to well when when put into bobby. result here. Still, the wine sounded nice.

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