Yellow Tail (Casella Wines)

Sangria

8.667 ratings
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South Australia, Australia
Red Blend
Game, Baking Spices, Duck, Goose, Potato, Chili & Hot Spicy, White Rice, Exotic Spices, Pasta, Herbs, Beans & Peas, Onion, Chicken, Pork, Venison, Salami & Prosciutto, Pungent Cheese, Soft Cheese, Mushrooms, Tomato-Based, Turkey, Veal, Hard Cheese
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Cory Bennett

Add frozen strawberries as "ice cubes" says Amy. #protip

Add frozen strawberries as "ice cubes" says Amy. #protip

5 people found it helpfulMay 25th, 2014
Kristin Cancellieri

Really convenient in a pinch for white sangria. Add peach schnapps, strawberries peaches and orange and you have a party.

Really convenient in a pinch for white sangria. Add peach schnapps, strawberries peaches and orange and you have a party.

May 25th, 2019
Haley Eckenrod

would I buy this again? I’m not sure, not a bad sangria but especially fruity, kinda sorta bitter at the same time

would I buy this again? I’m not sure, not a bad sangria but especially fruity, kinda sorta bitter at the same time

Mar 20th, 2018
Nerd_Emperor

One of my all time favorites! It's great w/ brandy and fruit as well as without. You don't need to wait for summer to enjoy this treat! Dive in.

One of my all time favorites! It's great w/ brandy and fruit as well as without. You don't need to wait for summer to enjoy this treat! Dive in.

Feb 13th, 2018
Susan Verdin

Yellow Tail Sangria. It's inspired by Sangria made from Spain. They say on their site that it is from Australia.

Tasting this, the first thing I noticed was the alcohol content. The ABV is 11% which is not strong compared to Real Sangria by Cruz Garcia, which is 7%. I felt a bit of a strong sensation in my nose, and a little burning in my throat. The good thing about it though was the fruity taste that it had to it. You can taste the citrus, as well as different berries such as a little raspberry, and blueberry. It has some Flamboyance. It's a bit off-dry, because the sweetness level was not as high as other Sangria would be, and leaves a bit of a dryness in my mouth. Call me biased but I really felt this way when trying it. Everyone is different. Overall, it's not bad and it's cool to have when having a party and you don't have a lot of money to spend on wine.

Yellow Tail Sangria. It's inspired by Sangria made from Spain. They say on their site that it is from Australia.

Tasting this, the first thing I noticed was the alcohol content. The ABV is 11% which is not strong compared to Real Sangria by Cruz Garcia, which is 7%. I felt a bit of a strong sensation in my nose, and a little burning in my throat. The good thing about it though was the fruity taste that it had to it. You can taste the citrus, as well as different berries such as a little raspberry, and blueberry. It has some Flamboyance. It's a bit off-dry, because the sweetness level was not as high as other Sangria would be, and leaves a bit of a dryness in my mouth. Call me biased but I really felt this way when trying it. Everyone is different. Overall, it's not bad and it's cool to have when having a party and you don't have a lot of money to spend on wine.

Sep 11th, 2017
Trixie

This was nice served over fresh fruit with dessert.

This was nice served over fresh fruit with dessert.

Oct 21st, 2016
Alberto Salinas Sánchez

Fruity , soft...... perfect!!!

Fruity , soft...... perfect!!!

Oct 16th, 2016
Noah Wessel

Perfect level of sweetness. Over delivers for the price.

Perfect level of sweetness. Over delivers for the price.

Jul 9th, 2016
Rebekah Smith

This is very yummy!

This is very yummy!

Jun 25th, 2016
Susan Green

It's ok. Would rather make my own from scratch.

It's ok. Would rather make my own from scratch.

May 8th, 2016