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Friday 27 May 2011

Tried & Tested: Visciola Cherry Wine from Supercherry

I love cherries. And I love wine. And I have a ridiculously sweet tooth. So I was always going to love Visciolata del Cardinale, a cherry-infused dessert wine from the La Marche region of Italy. Made according to an ancient recipe and traditional method dating back to the 18th century, it includes sun-dried sour cherries, sugar and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes.

The thimble-sized sample I was sent from Supercherry definitely did not disappoint. It's sweet, syrupy and rich. The recipes on the website sound scrumptious too, including cherry cheesecake, apple and sour cherry crumble and a cherry chutney. Although considering how delicious it is, you'd have to have much more willpower than me to want to use it in your baking instead or quaffing it as an accompaniment to a box of dark chocolates.

Curious? You can buy it online for £16.50 from Mill Hill Wines.

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