It's like a raspberry liqueur with a slight hint of fine brandy. I find it utterly delicious. Extremely sweet, somewhat thick, and very bright raspberry flavor with a hint of bitter and alcohol. Nice acidity and lingering raspberry flavor, the aftertaste is long lived and fruity. All in all an exceptional desert wine.
This is good fruit wine; in my opinion some more sweetness would make it better as a standalone drink, but if you are having a very sweet dessert or you just don't have a sweet palate it would be a great choice. It reminds of mure in flavor and texture (although a little less thick) so sometimes i've used it as a mixer for nv cava with pretty good results.
loving it in small doses. Very sweet with ample tartness from raspberry to balance out the finish. Too Rich to drink more than an ounce at a time.
Perhaps it is just my palate, but all fruit wines to me have a metallic bitter taste I do not enjoy. I have tried many high quality fruit wines with the same results. I will stick with the sweet grape wines such as ports, sherries, late harvests, etc.
This tastes more like very sweet strawberry jam. It was better over ice.
I must admit I was curious about this concoction, since WA produces such wonderful raspberries, but I was not pleased by it. It has a muddy look and a nose to match. There is a distinct and pleasant taste of raspberries if you can get past the nose, and given that caveat, it could be drunk diluted 1:2 with Pellegrino... But most of mine went down the drain.