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Even though Rose wines and sangrias are the stars during spring and summer, we still like to sip on a delicious red wine every now and then. We’ll save the dry red wines for the winter season; these hot days call for cold, refreshing, fun wines like semi-sweet red wines. And of course, because we do care about the quality and reputation of the things we consume, we always choose award-winning semi-sweet red wines from our favorite brand, Stella Rosa Wines.
Stella Rosa Rosso is the original semi-sweet, semi-sparkling red wine with numerous Gold Medal awards. This wine has refreshing strawberry and red berry flavors and aromas.
Stella Rosa Brachetto d’Acqui DOCG has recently achieved the 92 Points and Gold Medal award at the San Francisco International Wine Competition. This fully sparkling semi-sweet red wine carries red raspberries and rose petals characteristics.
Stella Rosa Black has been awarded 90 points, Gold Medal, and Best Buy from Tastings.com (Beverage Testing Institute). This fan favorite is packed with blackberry, strawberry, and red berry characteristics.
Stella Rosa Red has 91 Points and a Gold Medal from the San Diego International Wine Competition. It also has a Gold Medal from the TEXSOM International Wine Awards. This multiple award-winning semi-sweet red wine shows ripe raspberry, wild strawberry, and red plum characteristics.
These award-winning semi-sweet red Stella Rosa wines are the best friends we choose to spend nearly every hot, scorching Southern California day with these next two seasons. And if you know what’s good for you, you’ll pick one or all of these up at your local store to try for yourself!
Stella Rosa Wines can be purchased at your local retailer or at San Antonio Winery in Los Angeles, Ontario, or Paso Robles. They can also be purchased at SanAntonioWinery.com. To learn more, visit StellaRosa.com and be sure to follow the brand on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Enjoy and #Stellabrate!
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