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
11 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!