Pear wine pleasure

Lavallee, Derek
September 2007
Hill;9/21/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 109, p19
The article reports on the popularity of the pear dry wine from the Bartlett Island in Maine. It states that the fruit wines are starting to receive long-overdue attention from winemakers, tasting experts and consumers as the worldwide wine market continues to expand. According to the author, real fruit wines are only made from the actual fruit on their label unlike those overly sweet offerings in frosted bottles that impart fake fruit flavors to grape wines.


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