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  • Nov 18 at 7:53pm

    Previously available for $14.99



    Aegelis' Review:
    Added Nov 18 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 at 9:19pm

    Previously available for $143.88



    Aegelis' Review:
    Added Sep 12 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 bottle...er...glass. Too light & 'seltzery' for my weekly rotation, but I see the soirée appeal here.

  • Jul 30 at 10:43pm
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    Aegelis' Review:
    Added Jul 30 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.

  • Jul 30 at 9:40pm
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    Aegelis' Review:
    Added Jul 30 at 9:40pm
    Dry, tart and forgettable. Just as I was yawning, I had an epiphany to add some watermelon schnapps. There, I fixed it. Now the flavour somewhat resembles what the label suggests.

  • Jul 21 at 9:23pm

    Previously available for $6.69



    Aegelis' Review:
    Added Jul 21 at 9:23pm
    Sweet, delicious stand-alone wine that has all the benefits of Chardonnay without dryness. It is the only Moscato I've had so far that did not have a hint of bitterness or muskiness which is oft found with this grape variety. Also plays well with other flavours if you'd like to turn this into a summertime Sangria or add a dash of Schnapps (Blue Curacao, Blackcurrant, etc.)

  • Jul 21 at 9:00pm
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    Average Price: $40.79



    Aegelis' Review:
    Added Jul 21 at 9:00pm
    It burns, kinda oaky, like a Grand-dad's furniture polish

  • Jul 21 at 8:49pm
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    Aegelis' Review:
    Added Jul 21 at 8:49pm
    Herbaceous, maybe good for cooking lamb or beef. Reminds me of a liquid form of Thyme but would no more drink this alone as I would olive oil.

  • Sep 18, 2016 at 7:01pm

    Previously available for $8.89



    Aegelis' Review:
    Added Sep 3, 2016 at 6:59pm
    Giving new meaning to chocoholic, this milky cool concoction has a dessert wine kick even if you're not realizing it at first glass. Probably pairs best with a Valentine's Day treat or after a winter's comfort meal. I'm more of a dark chocolate fan and the wine-factor seems to get lost here, but more of a romantic gift. There is a sort of unusual scent at first that may be a bit offputting, but taste brings it properly home.

  • Sep 3, 2016 at 7:10pm

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    Aegelis' Review:
    Added Oct 30, 2015 at 10:07pm
    After giving Tomasello's Ranier Red a 5-glass review, naturally the white needed its fair try as well. Like its sister, there's an opulent burst of wet fruitiness at first sip. Where they part ways however, is at the finish. The white turns to her own character of a bit dry and a subtle tart. This invites the imbiber to take another sip to regain the chase of sweetness. I'm sure this is someone's 5-glass wine, but for me, I still prefer the through-and-through sweetness of the red. My greatest critique is the label saying "table wine". Oh no Tomasello, this is special, not something to toss on the table with breaded pork chops. There's good reason why I drove three hours to the vineyard where it was made to get it, which is that it was worth every minute just so that it can be enjoyed on its own.

  • Apr 29, 2016 at 6:29pm

    Previously available for $5.99



    Aegelis' Review:
    Added Apr 29, 2016 at 6:29pm
    Tastes similar to a sparkling rose' but without carbonation. Slightly bitter, mostly wet, nothing seems to stand out as extraordinary for me.

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