Clover Meadow “Caspian Night” Organic Blackberry Wine
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Provocative blackberry wine with an amazing aroma of dark fruit and blackberries. Pairs with red meats and sweets alike.
Linganore Winecellars Blackberry Wine
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
“The complexity of this blackberry wine, made with 100% blackberries, shines when paired with chocolate desserts such as Black Forest cake.” Linganore Winecellars crafts their fruit wines to bring out the true flavor and to reflect the natural sweetness of the fruit being used.
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
“Great blackberry wine with a kiss of honey. Try it chilled before or after dinner, with dark chocolate, cheesecake, or as a complement to a sunny beach. Our Summer favorite: put ice and strawberries in the blender, cover it with Blackberry Honeywine, blend, and serve. This berry wine should retain its fruity flavor for 6 months to a year, or longer if kept cool. We have enjoyed bottles of 3- and 4-year-old blackberry honey wine — it matures into wine that is less fruity and more port-like.” Certified Kosher (OU).
Clear Creek Blackberry Liqueur
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
A menace to some, vibrant purple-black blackberries are plentiful and prolific in the Northwest. This late-summer fruit is sweet and tart, bursting with flavor, and a no-brainer for an Oregon liqueur. Clear Creek combines wild Evergreen and the premium, exclusively Oregon-grown Marion for a rich, earthy, ripe berry liqueur. A wonderful dessert cordial and excellent on chocolate ice cream.
Brummel Blackberry Honey Wine
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
“In the Parable of the Trees (Judges 9:7-15), the bramble is anointed king of trees… The brambles harbored Princess Aurora (Sleeping Beauty) from many courting princes for a hundred long years… The spiny vines of the bramble pierced the head of Christ; its herb christened His tomb and its berries gave forage in the celebration of His rising… Enjoy this oh so mysterious and nobel blackberry fruit of the forest, which is herein preserved.”
East Texas Blackberry
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Wonderful fruit wine sweet enough to bring out a full, fresh blackberry flavor. …And without the stickers (ouch!).
Century Farm Blackberry Wine
Monday, September 19, 2011
Excellent acidity counters the 8% residual sugar, making for a well balanced, slightly sweet wine made from juicy, estate-grown Tennessee blackberries. This Century Farm-made wine approaches dessert wine status with its relatively high-for-fruit-wine alcohol content (12.5%) and 8% residual sugar, but the alcohol level is lower than typical dessert wines, and great acidity tempers the sweetness. Plus, it presents in a full-sized 750ml wine bottle. Consider the Century Farm Blackberry Wine either a drinkable, semi-sweet dessert wine or a powerful, hearty fruit wine. Or both.