Semi dry black currant wine
Blackcurrants are one of favourite berries in Latvia that are widely used. They can be found in almost every garden. In blackcurrant bush, the first flowers begin to bloom in May, June and very soon – in July, berries ripen. When the blackcurrants are ripe, their aroma takes over the whole garden on a hot summer day. It’s like smelling freshly cooked jam while standing near the bush. Very suitable berry for making wine.
Berries are harvested in the Gauja National Park. Wine fermented and naturally settled for about 12 months. Blackcurrant wine fits with meat dishes such as steak, shashlik and ribs. Recommend to use chilled +14˚C. Contains sulphites.