DetailsReward your passion for intense, exotic flavors with this garnet colored Merlot style wine. Colorful tastes of juicy blackberries and ripe currants make this wine cooler from RJS Craft Winemaking just the thing for warming up an evening with good friends.
2007, 2008, 2010, 2011 and 2013 WineMaker International Award Winner
Ready Time: 4 Weeks
- Details & Instructions
Volume 6 Gallons Wine Recipe Type Wine Cooler Type Red Sweetness Sweet
4.8 / 5.06 ReviewsLove this wine!!!We made this wine and it is really good and is a real big hit and we are making it again...LOVE IT!!August 14, 2015Orchard Breezin' Blackberry BlasIt is still clarifying. However, considering the sneak taste I took when racking it, It will be even better than the Acai Raspberry Rapture!November 10, 2017Purchased
8 months agoFantastic wine kitThis is the first of these kits I have tried and I am very impressed. The kit had some nice contents, including a packet of Lalvin EC-1118, which is my favorite go to yeast. The wine turned out beautiful, and absolutely delicious. All of my friends and I have thoroughly enjoyed it, and I would gladly recommend this product.December 3, 2015I think Blackberry Blast is outstanding. I would recommend it to anyone who likes a semi sweet wine.January 11, 2018Purchased
7 months agoGreat Tasting!!Just finished the kit. Pulled a sample bottle and chilled it. Everyone said it was awesome!!January 29, 2017Purchased
1 year agoThis was the first time I've ever tried making wine. It turned out pretty good. I think next time I will try it with less water. Maybe it will help to raise the alcohol content and make it sweeter in the end.April 7, 2017Purchased
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- Customer Q&A
Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 14 answersIs it necessary to filter this wine?BEST ANSWER: The raspberry flavoring is added after the wine has been clarified and racked into a clean container. The flavoring is a clear syrup that dissolves completely and so a filtering after adding is not necessary.What's the shelf-life of this style wine?BEST ANSWER: Because of the strong sweetening, they are meant to be drank fresh, best if consumed within 6-9 months of bottling. Might not notice anything going in it for 12 months.