Nashoba Valley Maidens Blush

Name: Nashoba Valley Maiden’s Blush
Type: Rose
Grape: Apples, Pears and Elderberries
Origin: U.S. – Massachusetts
Year: Non-vintage
Producer: Nashoba Valley Winery
Price: $10.00

This “wine” made of apples, pears and a little elderberry just for color is Nashoba Valley’s non-grape answer to White Zinfandel. The best thing I can say about it is that it doesn’t suck as bad as most actual White Zinfandel’s suck. The color is a typical White Zin pink and the aroma smells like what I’d imagine fermented apples smell like. The flavor is sweet, slightly tart and resembles apple cider. Now, I hate White Zinfandels but if that’s all you drink this might be worth a try. Hell, it might be the best wine you’ve ever had…

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