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Twin Pomegranates Wine 100% Sparkling Pomegranate Wine: Perfect for Valentine’s Day

February 12, 2011

Twin Pomegranates Wine is a bubbly and incredibly sexy wine for your Valentine

Fresno, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) February 11, 2011

Twin Pomegranates Wine, a Fresno wine company, makes a 100% Pomegranate Sparkling Wine. The wine is the latest release from Twin Pomegranates, and it is perfect for Valentine’s Day. The Sparkling Pomegranate Wine is light pink in color, made from estate grown California pomegranates, and has a refreshingly crisp and slightly sweeter taste than their 100% pomegranate table wine. It has sweet pomegranate effervescence on the nose, and showcases a subtle pomegranate flavor with every sip.

Tony Brueski TheTasteSpot.com “Nice nose, a little perfumey if you will, you get the pomegranate immediately, and almost like bark..orchard bark.. the taste has honey, lavender, outdoorsy feel to it.. Not extremely bubbly which is cool with me..very nice authentic pomegranate taste to it.”

Twin Pomegranates Wine likes to encourage customers to make the wine their own, by mixing or drinking it however they please. The Pomegranate Stockholm Royal is a perfect recipe for Valentine’s Day:

Mix the following in a cocktail shaker:

  •     1 oz Citrus Vodka
  •     ¼ oz Triple Sec
  •     Splash of Sweet and Sour
  •     Strain into a sugar rimmed martini glass the top off with:
  •     1 ½ oz Twin Pomegranatesâ“¢ Sparkling Wine
  •     ½ oz Chambord

For more information please contact Public Relations Director Tori Kline (559) 901-6755 tori(at)twinpoms(dot)com

About Twin Pomegranates Wine:

Twin brothers, Nick and Brian Davis established Twin Pomegranates Wine in 2008. They are fourth generation farmers, born and raised in California’s Central Valley. Twin Pomegranates Wines are made from 100% California grown pomegranates. The company believes it is important to maintain the value and integrity of the fruit in order to maintain the beauty and health benefits for which the pomegranate is well known. For additional information, you may visit the website at http://www.twinpomegranates.com.

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