Blood Orange Sangria Wine Kit - Winexpert Island Mist

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Sweet and citrusy notes of juicy blood orange and ripe peach blend with crisp apple undertones for the perfect summer wine - fruity, refreshing and easy drinking.

Island Mist wine kits are light, refreshing and perfect for summertime sipping with friends and family. They take just four weeks from start to finish and are drinkable right away. Island Mist products yield 23 litres (approximately thirty 750 ml bottles) of finished beverage.

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SKU

42847

Wine Color Red
Wine Style Sangria
Wine Region North America
Includes Grape Skins No
Yield 6 Gallons

Customer Reviews

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Jim
Blood Orange Sangria

I've tried different wine kits and they were "okay". Just bottled this one and it is AWESOME!! If you like sweet wines, then you will be glad that you made this.

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James B.
very nice wine

My wife and her friends like it a lot

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Dustin S.
Blood orange sangria

Very good

G
Glenn M.
Great Wine!

All my friends want more, such a wonderful taste, just reminds you of summer. Mixes up easily and I will make more. Next up for me Mango Raspberry

J
Jim C.

Still in the fermenter

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Based on 12 reviews
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J
Jim
Blood Orange Sangria

I've tried different wine kits and they were "okay". Just bottled this one and it is AWESOME!! If you like sweet wines, then you will be glad that you made this.

J
James B.
very nice wine

My wife and her friends like it a lot

D
Dustin S.
Blood orange sangria

Very good

G
Glenn M.
Great Wine!

All my friends want more, such a wonderful taste, just reminds you of summer. Mixes up easily and I will make more. Next up for me Mango Raspberry

J
Jim C.

Still in the fermenter