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What Grandma Drinks: Livin’ on the Cheap!

Oh, Grandma! You do love an inexpensive Red Moscato!

Especially if the wine comes from the Barefoot Cellars.



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Full Disclosure: There is an open bottle in my fridge RIGHT NOW!

Hang on, baby – as soon as I finish writing this post, I’m coming for ya!

If you guys have never ventured into cheap, ahem, inexpensive wines, you could do so much worse than this Red Moscato.

I love this wine served with a 1/2 cup of frozen wild blueberries tossed in the glass.

Antioxidants + delicious tiny blue ice cubes.

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Product Deets:

Winery: Barefoot Wine & Bubbly

Winemaker: Jen Wall

Three Word Taste Summary: raspberry , dark cherry , tangerine
Food Pairings: Fresh Fruits, Salads, Blackened Chicken, Teriyaki Steak, Pastas
Tasting Notes: Mandarin orange, tangerine and orange blossom flavors excited the palate. Enjoy the ribbons of red fruit layered within the blend. Tart red raspberry and ripe dark cherry beautifully complement the blend.
Wine Event and Competition Awards:
Most Awarded Wine Brand
Double Gold 2017 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
Gold 2016 Denver International Wine Competition
Double Gold 2015 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition

Product Description:

Geography: United States > California
Wine Type: Red Wine
Varietal/Blend: Red Moscato
Alcohol by Volume: 9 %
Special Features/Qualit : Family-owned

Check with your local stores before buying online. It’s a bit less expensive in the stores.

Barefoot Cellars has a wide selection of wines and bubbly wines at very low prices. They are my absolute favorite wines when livin’ on the cheap!

Fun to drink and fun to give!

Have you ever tried Barefoot Cellars before, in-particular this Red Moscato?

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Monday 5th of March 2018

I love Moscato and usually drink pink. I will give this red a try to next time I buy Moscato. At Christmas when we were in NY I had the best Moscato at a little Italian restaurant in Queens, I wish I had ask who made it. From now on I am taking pictures of bottles that I like.

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