Rapidan River Blackberry
Rapidan River Blackberry! Try this wine chilled with chocolates and mild cheeses!
(Oct 14, 2010 at 7:16 AM)
Truthfully, the Rapidan Rivers Blackberry wine is the best wine that i've ever tasted in my life. (seriously) You can actually taste the berries. It's incredible. I'm hooked. I picked up a bottle from my local kMart and i've been wondering to my self "where has this wine been all of my life?" I'm eager to try the peach and the Rose'. My advice to someone who loves a wine with a hint of berry mixed with a rich, evenly blended not so sweet not so bitter wine......TRY THIS ONE. You'll love it!
(Dec 5, 2010 at 2:00 PM)
I love blackberries anyway but this wine took it to another level that didn't exist! I love this wine with a perfect flavor and body and never ever have gotten so excited over wine in my life. I would
recommend this wine as #1.
(Jan 3, 2011 at 1:23 PM)
This is a truely divine wine! Sweet and wet, without being toothache sweet. This is the best blackberry wine I have ever tasted! I have bought sweet wines from all over the country, and very few compare to the wines I got from the Pince Michel winery!
(Jan 30, 2011 at 5:02 PM)
Subtle yet amazing blackberry flavor. Reminiscent of the days picking fresh blackberries in the mountains but sweeter and far easier to enjoy. My Grandfather used to ship the mountain blackberries to a winery in New York but he would be much prouder of this Virginia version.
(Sep 28, 2012 at 9:26 PM)
LOVE THIS WINE! I agree with another one of the reviews, where has this wine been all my life. I do not buy anything else but the blackberry and the chocolate, LOVE THEM. Thanks PM!
(Oct 16, 2012 at 8:21 PM)
I've never been a huge wine drinker, but I absolutely LOVE this wine! Wonderful blackberry flavor without being overwhelming, nicely balance, neither overly sweet nor dry (I do tend to prefer sweeter wines). This is a wine I could drink every day. I highly recommend it! The chocolate wine has also won me over, it was incredible. But I think the Blackberry still wins. It is now my favorite go-to wine, and I've managed to convert some friends of mine as well.