Strawberry Rhubarb Review by Richard Leahy

Posted 04/11/19

Wine of the Week: Hermit Woods Strawberry Rhubarb
by  | Apr 10, 2019 | Fruit Wines |

At the recent Eastern Winery Exposition, I ran into the three partners of Hermit Woods Winery in Meredith, NH, which was rated by Food and Wine Magazine as the top craft beverage producer in their state last year.
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Bob Manley, the energetic marketing manager, gave me a bottle of their new label, strawberry rhubarb ( all local fruit). I had high expectations based on their impressive track record, but my expectations were exceeded.

Strawberry is a difficult fruit to make into a stable wine (without adding artificial/synthetic flavorings), because it is famous for oxidizing easily, giving you orange or even yellow/brownish color, and faded aromas and flavors. How do you make the ideal strawberry wine, where the bright ruby color is captured and retained, as well as the fresh tantalizing aromas of the naked fruit?

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