DetailsThis blush wine offers the succulent, mouth-watering flavours of sweet, ripe raspberries blended gracefully with a delectable refreshing rose.
- Details & Instructions
Wine Recipe Type Wine Cooler Sweetness Sweet
4.9 / 5.07 ReviewsGreat wine. Was easy recipe. It was very popular. With family and friends. The 30 bottles did not last very long. So I ordered another kit. To make another batch. Very good flavor. Sweet and fruity. But not too sweet.August 29, 2018Purchased
9 months agoRockin' Raspberry Rosé KitI recommend this product. it is very good, very flavorful, tasteful, light, pairs well with any food, steak, pasta, pierogies.March 7, 2018Purchased
over 2 years agoReally has a nice flavor. Bumped up the alcohol a little but probably didn't need to. Great for a night with family and friends!February 26, 2017Purchased
over 2 years agoAwesome Taste and Color!!Ordered this kit along with the Blackberry. When the Raspberry finished clearing I filtered it, wow what an awesome sparkling color to it. The taste is really crisp and refreshing.January 29, 2017Purchased
over 2 years agoA bit sweet ,enjoyable summerA bit sweet ,enjoyable summer wine . Added 4 lbs extra sugar to bump up to 10 percent abvAugust 5, 2016Many kits look great but I keep reordering this one.A sweet little sipper that have flavor to spare. It has enough sweetness to cut with a seltzer and feed a Army! I am not into sweet wines but this one has it's way with me. I keep it on tap along with my beers and ciders.August 4, 2016
- Customer Q&A
Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 8 answersHow did you bump up the alcohol content?BEST ANSWER: I haven’t tried to bump up the alcohol content on the Raspberry Rose Kit, however I done it with other kits. Before you start you can do a few things; one add extra sugar to increase the specific gravity, two I believe you can use different types of yeast that can help. The higher the specific gravity at the start, the higher alcohol content at the end. I have also sweetened the wine to taste before bottling when I added additional sugar during the beginning fermentation. You can add sugar at the beginning and the end. If you’ve already started the kit, you can try a secondary fermentation. Good luck!