July 21, 2020
Fruit wines don’t get nearly as much publicity nor anywhere near as many accolades as their dry counterparts. You won’t find pictures of them on the cover of any national wine magazine or read long expository reviews from a sommelier about their flavors or mouthfeel.
Still, they are plentiful, both around Pennsylvania and in other sections of the country, their releases timed to the late spring and summer months. For whatever they lack in national or even local recognition, they make up for it in the large number of fans who purchase and consume them year-round.
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