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Island Mist is a delicious alternative to everyday wines and wine coolers. Combining the crisp freshness of distinctive varietal wines with full fruit flavors, this unique combination makes a fun, refreshing wine-based beverage to enjoy anytime. Ripe, intense, concentrated berry fruit flavors account for the meteoric popularity of Shiraz, an irresistible red grape variety and a natural to get its own Island Mist berry pairing. Did we say berry? We meant berries! We've matched up a special blend of wild field berries blended seamlessly together with delicious, juicy Shiraz. Taste blueberries, strawberries and blackberries, with an exquisite balance of refreshing fruit and acidity that will have you at the bottom of your glass before you know it. Sweetness: Sweet | Body: Light | Oak Intensity: None


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Kit Yield 6 Gallons
Kit Instructions <a href="/media/manuals/633.pdf" target="_blank">Click Here</a>
Wine Style Red
Primary Grape Other Red
Geographical Style/Origin North America

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Raves Review by Jeff
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I am always getting rave reviews from family and friends with this one. It's sweet and just delectable! I'm getting my next one with everything to bump up the alcohol some as an experiment. We had this one at our wedding and it's always at our home (Posted on 7/3/2017)
Wild berry Shiraz Review by Jeff
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This wine was made for our wedding and we served all 30 bottles and got nothing but accolades from even the most experienced palates of wine tasters. It is sweet and refreshing and very enjoyable and not to mention easy to follow instructions helped make this a hit at our wedding and I'm planning on making some more soon just for me and my wife. (Posted on 8/9/2016)

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