|How Sweet it is.|
Our Asian Pear Dessert Wine is a popular frosty dessert-in-a-glass for the summer. Chilled down and served in a frozen glass, it is a light, smooth, and sweet way to "drink your dessert" especially on a hot summer day during a bbq or picnic.
We also enjoy making a fun Asian Pear 'Sake-tini' with our Asian Pear Dessert Wine. Just mix our Dessert Wine one-to-one with a floral style-Sake or with an unfiltered floral "Shochu."
Shochu (pronounced Show-choo) is a milky-looking, unfiltered Japanese wine similar to a sake but often made from root vegetables and/or rice.
A dried Asian pear and pear leaf as garnish makes this a very festival cocktail for summer!
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|The Round Pear.|
Why does our Asian Pear Dessert Wine have such a kick to it? It is fortified with an Asian Pear spirit, created in a still from our Asian Pear juice.
As many of you know, our dessert wine is hand-crafted for Subarashii Kudamono by the brothers Moersch at The Round Barn Winery in Michigan.
During a recent visit to Round Barn Winery, near the beaches of Lake Michigan's gleaming shoreline, we checked out our upcoming 2011 vintage of Dessert Wine mid-production. Beautiful aromas already present!
And yes, their barn is big and round...like our pears!