I don’t think it’s any secret that I love wine. If you read my blog and my Facebook page, I normally put quite a bit of information about either wine, beer or liquor…but mostly wine. I am a proud wine-o!
And I don’t know if you can see the type of wine it is on the bottom there, but it’s called Lost Slipper Sauvignon Blanc. I died about how cute this was and then, of course, bought it to give it a try.
Now, I think this wine is perfect for Halloween, because of the whole fairy tale element to it. And I love it because I felt like a princess when I was drinking it, hence the sparkly tiara!
Jess Explains It All” width=”500″ height=”669″>Now, hold on…even the cork is cute. Whoever made this wine really knew what they were doing. All the girls who dream of being a princess would want this. And putting it out at Halloween? Where is the marketing mastermind behind this, I need to hire him!
Let me say too, this wine was really lovely. Not only did the presentation of the bottle look nice, but the wine had a hint of sweetness that wasn’t too overpowering for a Sauvignon Blanc, and also a floral bouquet that was very inviting.
Overall, I think this wine was a success. Especially since by the end of the bottle I may or may not have been running around the house wearing that tiara… 🙂 I hope you enjoy this wine if you try it, and remember, always drink responsibly!
Where to Buy Once Upon A Vine Wine
This wine is made by Bronco Wine company. The company was founded in 1973 and sells their wines in over 90 countries worldwide in addition to being distributed throughout the United States
Use this store locator to find out where to by Once Upon a Vine Wines.
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