Raspberry Dessert Wine, findingourwaynow.comI found this raspberry dessert wine at Trader Joe’s quite a while ago, and it was love at first sip. This wine is all about raspberries. It is a very sweet dessert wine, but not a clawing sweet as you would expect.  Instead it is more a fresh raspberry kind of sweet.  It is that delightful.

When I served it to a friend, she was so excited about she went out and bought two bottles of it to take home.

Saint James Spirits Raspberry Dessert Wine is produced especially by Saint James Spirits for Trader Joe’s. With that said, Trader Joe’s is the only place you can find this raspberry dessert wine.

Saint James Spirits Raspberry Dessert Wine

Raspberry Dessert Wine, findingourwaynow.com

This is what Trader Joe’s has to say about Saint James Spirits Raspberry Dessert Wine:

“The Saint James Spirits Raspberry Wine is made by crushing the finest raspberries at their peak of ripeness giving you an intense raspberry flavor without the syrup of other brands.”

This raspberry dessert wine is every bit as it is described. You can serve this well chilled over or with ice cream, with Chocolate Cake, Pound Cake, add it to Champagne for a very special treat or for simply enjoying by itself. I love it just by itself as a simple finish following a significant meal. It is a wine we always have on hand for that reason and for just about any occasion.

So the next time you’re in Trader Joe’s curse by the wine section and pick up a bottle or two of the raspberry dessert wine.  I promise you will not be disappointed.

Time for a glass…

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PS: What are some of your favorite wines? If you would like to write a guest post about an experience, I would love to hear from you.

 

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  • http://twitter.com/maryfarquhar Along Comes Mary

    I am not a dessert wine drinker at all, yet this actually sounds delicious! How thick/syrup-y is it? I will try it & tell you what I think:)

    • http://findingourwaynow.com/ Susan Cooper

      It is a dessert wine for raspberry lover, that’s for sure. It isn’t to syrupy but it is something that is best in small amounts. Can’t wait for your thoughts. :-)

  • http://www.facebook.com/catarina.alexon Catarina Alexon

    Sounds like a tasty and delicious dessert wine Susan. Will not try it though, since I would have to have it sent from overseas-:) Besides, I’m not tea total but I rarely drink alcolholic drinks for the simple reason that even half a glass of wine makes me ten times as tired the next day. So I prefer to have a delicious dessert:-) 

    • http://findingourwaynow.com/ Susan Cooper

      I do understand. This is a a good dessert wine that if I am ever there to visit I will bring a bottle for you to sip ever so gently. :-)

  • Julie

    I really love S’mores, but like you I don’t like the calories that go with them.  I will be making this today.  yum… :-)

    • http://findingourwaynow.com/ Susan Cooper

      Great!  When you do, come back and give me your thoughts.

  • Carol

    Where the devil did you get that raspberry wine? I have been looking and looking, but there is no trader joes near me. My son looked in the new spokane store as I hounded him to do, and they did not know much. I figured they had stopped making it. It is heavenly.

    • http://findingourwaynow.com/ Susan Cooper

      Hi Carl, Gosh, I don’t know, they still have it at my Trader Joe’s. I would give them a call and ask. You can find their number on the website as well as their locations. Good luck with that. I just love this stuff.

  • Carol

    If I ordered directly from saint James spirits, do you think it would be the same? It has the same description for the wine on their web site. I was on a mission to find it last winter and ordered raspberry wine from lots of places and it was all nasty stuff. I think I will call Saint James Monday to see. If I had not seen your blog I would not have known the company who makes this wine. Thank you!

    • http://findingourwaynow.com/ Susan Cooper

      I believe it would. I haven’t need to do that yet. I am so glad I was able to help. Let me know how it turns out. Happy Holidays. :-)