Black Forest Dessert Wine Kit - RJS Cru Specialty Limited Release

  • RJS Cru Specialty's Black Forest Dessert Wine Kit bottle
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Black Forest Dessert Wine Kit - RJS Cru Specialty Limited Release

SKU 41418

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$109.99

Product Details

Voluptuous aromas of rich red and black-cherry fruit fold into notes of dark chocolate fused with plum on the nose. Rich, sweet and luxuriant on the palate with a sumptuous, warming finish, this wine drinks like dessert in a bottle from the very first day, but will keep rewarding you with more depth of kirsch-like notes and even bolder chocolate as it ages.

Of course, these are limited: order yours now to make sure you get them!

Yield: 3 gallons.

Includes Labels

This is a pre-order wine kit and expected to be released September 2021.

Additional Information

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SKU

41418

Wine Color Dessert/Sparkling
Wine Style Other Red
Wine Region North America
Includes Grape Skins No
Yield 3 Gallons

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
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J.F.

very happy with the product and the fast service in receiving it.

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D.S.
Came out wonderful

I always purchase these limited Dessert wines in pairs. That way I can make the 6 gallon/ 30 bottle batches . Everyone loves them too !

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J.G.
Still young wine but it’s already good.

It’s been in the bottle for about a week so it’s hard to tell much about it, still green wine. It did clear up quickly. I can tell that it will be very good in about 3 months to a year. It tastes like chocolate covered cherries in a wine format. Slightly odd but strangely good.

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J.O.
Best of all dessert wines

We have been making wine at home for almost 10 years and have made just about every port available. This is far and away the best of them all, and the most requested when ports are out and available for drinking.

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E.P.
A follow up

Been a year since I bottled it. (Yea, a couple bottles left). Even better now. Everything has mellowed, but the flavors have become more distinct. I know that is a weird description.
Still very tasty. One of my top grabs from the wine shelf.