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  • Mar 9 at 8:25pm
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    Average Price: $10.99

    Aegelis' Review:
    Added Mar 9 at 8:17pm
    Smell the mango, taste the mango, roll around in sugary sweet. Date night dessert wine that would work with cheese or chocolate, but is a candy all its own. Like its sister wine Passionfruit, I'd like more of a wine taste rather than soda and can do without the spritzer-like finish, but these are details and personal preferences. Hats off to the flavour variety, a nice change of pace to the usual selection.

  • Mar 7 at 6:46pm

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    Aegelis' Review:
    Added Mar 7 at 6:45pm
    An anomaly, a wine that taste like beer! No fizz, but a hefty wheat-like embodiment that looks like white wine. Puzzling at first, but better than any light ale or IPA. I had no problems reaching for another sip. Powerful though, watch your glass. A good bottle to have in your rotation to break the hum drum of old favourites.

  • Mar 7 at 6:25pm

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    Aegelis' Review:
    Added Mar 7 at 6:24pm
    Date night wet champagne sibling that adds sweet and fizz to a cheese plate pairing. Fruity floral scent fills the air from opening the bottle. You can surely smell and taste the passion fruit here which makes it quite unique amoungst its peers. A candy-like dessert with very little kick, the two changes I would make are more wine-like taste and less of that spritzer-tasting finish. These may be of no consequence to soda enthusiasts.

  • Feb 16 at 11:30pm
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    Aegelis' Review:
    Added Feb 16 at 11:26pm
    As a long time fan of both Riunite's Lambrusco and the Rose, I figured this blend would be an easy win. Slightly crisp, certainly wet and sweet, the light wine rivals a white zinfandel in color as well as these characteristics. In flavour, something seems lost in translation as the two grape varieties conflict more than marry in taste. Hints of each but an undecidedly back and forth profile. Waffling may be a good change of pace for some imbibers, but after a glass I just wanted one or the other.

  • Jan 1 at 12:42am
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    Average Price: $6.69

    Aegelis' Review:
    Added Jul 24, 2015 at 8:15pm
    Having been impressived with the signature strawberry finish of Beringer's White Zinfandel, this name "Red Crush" sounded like it'd be a sweet, pleasant surprise. I was surprised it tasted like an average everyday wine on a restaurant menu that offered only one red. Well okay, I'm sure there are discerning palates out there who could lecture me all day about the differences between that dry fruity red and this, but wake me up when it's over because I have other flavour vacations I'd much rather attend. It's a good wine with dinner, sure, but what was its name again?

  • Dec 31, 2017 at 11:38pm
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    Average Price: $22.99

    Aegelis' Review:
    Added Dec 31, 2017 at 11:36pm
    Sweet heavens, it's a load of everything delicious I shouldn't have! Sugar, caffeine, alcohol wrapped up in a tasty package that hits all senses full tilt. Self-control becoming a problem, after the alcohol wore off, I woke up at 4 a.m. ready to build a rocketship to Mars if only I could walk a straight line to the *ahem* library first. Captain Morgan got this blend right and would be surprised if any bartender came close.

  • Dec 31, 2017 at 11:21pm

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    Aegelis' Review:
    Added Dec 31, 2017 at 11:18pm
    As an alternative to our usual Martini & Rossi Asti Champagne, we thought we'd give this a try, mostly because of the word "Pear" on the label. Seeing "Paris" did influence the decision as the expecation would be sweet, wet rather than tart, dry. Meeting expectations on sweet, wet and an alternative to champagne, we didn't taste a whole lot of pear. Refreshing spritzer flavour and more candy than alcohol, but be advised, the alcohol is there and will give you a higher than expected punch per glass if you go through more than a bottle. We were pleased with our new adventure. Salut!

  • Nov 18, 2017 at 7:53pm

    Previously available for $14.99

    Aegelis' Review:
    Added Nov 18, 2017 at 7:53pm
    Sweet light dessert wine full of grape flavour absent of any alcohol taste. The effects are still there, so one may need to be careful with its 11% concentration, but the strawberry jam-like preserve should complement just about any fruity or chocolate treat. Still an agreeable delight to imbibe solo, there's no sour, tart or otherwise distracting characteristics. On the opposite viewpoint, not a lot of distinction to label this particular wine as one of a kind.

  • Sep 12, 2017 at 9:19pm

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    Aegelis' Review:
    Added Sep 12, 2017 at 9:16pm
    Trustworthy in name, Beringer delivers another tasty wine to its arsenal, this time a red spritzer. In the bottle, the appealing ruby Moscato is dressed for an evening cocktail party complete with popping cork topper. The flavour that hits me first seems from the bubbly, then transitions to a slightly tart sort of cranberry. That got me thinking this would be the talk of the town at Thanksgiving. Keep dinner light with turkey, chicken or fish, and surely this refreshing mouth cleanser will have guests asking for a second Too light & 'seltzery' for my weekly rotation, but I see the soirée appeal here.

  • Jul 30, 2017 at 10:43pm
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    Average Price: $11.99

    Aegelis' Review:
    Added Jul 30, 2017 at 10:17pm
    A serious sugar shock on its own (even with my sucrose affinity) with a hint of sour. Super sweet watermelon Jolly Rancher addition that can make most dry, tart wines taste better. Although lot of this schnapps is the duct tape for a bad wine purchase, I found the best use to be a little splash into a nice dinner wine like Beringer's Moscato to bring out a summer fruity freshness.

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