DetailsA bold but subtle combination of Pinot Noir and rich, ripe blackberry, this wine is silky smooth in the mouth, with the cherry/berry spice of Pinot giving it a juicy, sappy finish.
Lightly chilled to highlight the body, it's not only refreshing and zesty, but also a perfect foil for dark chocolate, soft cheeses and lazy afternoons on the patio.
Wine Kit Yield: 6 gallons
- Details & Instructions
Origin - Body Medium
4.6 / 5.07 ReviewsHave made it before and its a decent fruity summer time wine. Bottling today and the fruit essence bag had a number of chunks of crystalline sugar in it. Not thrilled about that but will find out later how it turns out. very low alcohol content tho, around 7 or 8%.February 17, 2019Purchased
4 months agoStill in process of clearing, will bottle in about 10 daysJanuary 5, 2019Purchased
5 months agoFamily favoriteThis is our 2nd batch.... Friends and family love it, so we are on batch #2...December 30, 2018Purchased
6 months agoNovember 17, 2018Purchased
7 months agoAbsolutely delicious!! Everyone who has tried this likes it best of all the wines we have made!November 21, 2017Purchased
1 year agoeasy kit good wineThis was an easy kit with easy to follow instructions and wine that went over so well that I just started three more kits. It was ok when bottled but I think it got much better after six to eight months from start date. I recommend this to anyone who likes fruit wine.June 12, 2017Purchased
over 2 years agoreally goodthis wine is really good mine turned out a bit too dry I added a little potassium sorbate and some sugar and it was perfectMarch 31, 2017Purchased
over 2 years ago
- Customer Q&A
Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 4 answersI am thinking of starting this and adding cherry concentrate to the secondary. Has anyone tried this? Any suggestions on Yeast for a sweet and fruity flavor and mouthfeel?BEST ANSWER: I have not added any concentrate, but I have mixed the Blackberry Pinot with the Raspberry Merlot and it is a major hit with everyone that has tried it!!! It adds a bit of sweetness to the Blackberry. I mixed them 50/50 at bottling.
I just used the yeast that came with the kits.