A friend who is allergic to red wines brought me a bottle of Keel & Curley
dry blueberry wine from Florida – she was excited that she had found a
dry “red” wine that she could enjoy without having a reaction and she
wanted me to try it. Indeed, the wine is delicious, and served it blind
you might think of a syrah or malbec, at least until you notice the
silly grin on the person who tested you. Quite food-friendly, and
high in anti-oxidents, no doubt! They make semi-sweet and sweet
versions, too, right there in Plant City, Florida. The dry wine is $12
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