Jam Jar Moscato 2010
Jam Jar was born out of the realization that there are not a lot of options available to consumers seeking quality sweet wine. The fresh, fruity Moscato and Sweet Shiraz aim to fill that void. Refreshing and approachable with a perfect balance between sweetness and acidity, Jam Jar Wines are sweet perfection...Simple, pure and honest! Luscious, fruity goodness in every sip! Visit our Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/JamJarWines
Really really good. A sweeter wine that's more than just a plain sugar bomb-has a bit more depth, well balanced but definitely a fruity wine.
This sounded so much fun, so gave it a try. Sadly, I am not a huge fan. It's far too sweet for my palette. My husband wouldn't even finish his glass (unheard of!). I gave most of the bottle to a neighbor, who really enjoyed it. I guess it all depends on your preferences!
Really yummy and versatile without being too sweet! It's good for people new to wine or those of us who don't mind a little sweetness to go along with the sometime complex flavors of red wine. I like it with dark chocolate, pungent and creamy cheeses, burgers, spicy chili--or on its own.
wicked sweet, but the tartness goes away after you've drank a half glass of it.
Sweet, would suggest serving chilled. Pairs well with tartar sauce. Can be a happy medium if you're drinking with people who tend towards lambrusco, white zin and other sweeter wines, but the flavors are a bit underdeveloped for my taste.
This was a sweet wine with a little kick of spice. Like blackberries and raspberries with a splash of pepper. Full bodied with soft tannins. The name says it all. This is probably as sweet as I would ever go with a wine, but very enjoyable. Even paired well with food unlike many sweet reds. But as many have noted, probably not for the "serious" wine drinker.
A very nice sweet red that is smooth with just a hint of pepper.
External Reviews for Jam Jar Moscato
A light-bodied and frankly off-dry style, with cherry pie and red licorice notes. Drink now.
A friendly, off-dry style, with cherry pie, vanilla and red licorice notes. Jammy, but that's what it wants to be.
Crafted in a lighter style than your typical Shiraz, this fresh, fruity, semi-sweet wine displays aromas and flavors of ripe blueberries, blackberries and raspberries with dark chocolate undertones. Refreshing and approachable with a perfect balance between sweetness and acidity, it makes a great aperitif and pairs equally well with meat dishes, cheeses, and desserts. Best served slightly chilled, Jam Jar offers luscious, fruity goodness in every sip! - Winery
Jam Jar Sweet Shiraz was born out of the realization that there are not a lot of options available to consumers seeking quality sweet red wine. This fresh, fruity, semi-sweet Shiraz aims to fill that void.
Winemaker Notes - Crafted in a lighter style than your typical Shiraz, this fresh, fruity, semi-sweet wine displays aromas and flavors of ripe blueberries, blackberries and raspberries with dark chocolate undertones. Refreshing and approachable with a perfect balance between sweetness and acidity, it pairs equally well with meat dishes, cheeses, and desserts. Best served slightly chilled, Jam Jar offers luscious, fruity goodness in every sip!
Medium red. Blackberry, spices and a hint of tree bark on the bright nose. Very sweet in the mouth (54 g/l r.s.) but with bracing acidity giving this berry bomb a clean character. Very easy to drink but has structure too, and does not come off as gooey. This label was created by its American importer and made by Mike Dobrovic, who was the long-time winemaker at Mulderbosch.
Not all the best sweet reds come from New York State! This medium sweet Shiraz from South Africa is a spectacular bottle for the picnic table. Bright red raspberry and bramble berry fruits abound on the palate, making it a terrific accompaniment to fruit salads, snacks and sandwiches. Fans of Bella Rosa, Red Zeppelin and Alta B should definitely give this one a try!
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