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Riunite Sweet Red 1.5L
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Riunite Sweet Red 1.5L

 
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" Ruby red in color, with a garnet reflection, floral scent with hints of red berries, easy drinking quaffable wine with soft round finish. Sangiovese, Merlot & Lancelloutta grapes. Perfect with spicy cuisine, sandwiches, salads & aged cheeses. " ~ Winery notes
Item ID: #11774
Size: 1.5L (bottle)
Closure: Cork

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" Ruby red in color, with a garnet reflection, floral scent with hints of red berries, easy drinking quaffable wine with soft round finish. Sangiovese, Merlot & Lancelloutta grapes. Perfect with spicy cuisine, sandwiches, salads & aged cheeses. " ~ Winery notes

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Nine wine producers from the Italian region of Emilia-Romagna came together in 1950 as the collective Cantine Cooperative Riunite. Their interest was in exchanging ideas and resources to better all of their respective wine products as well as the producers' fortunes. The cooperative found success in the American export market in 1967[1] with an amabile-style Lambrusco wine suited to American tastes of the time.

The year 1973 found the Riunite brand the top seller in the U.S. among wine imports, due in no small part to catchy advertising that made the wine a household name. These ever increasing sales numbers came to a peak in 1985 of 11.5 million cases, a record which still stands as of 2012

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Dianneyauk

Ruinite Sweet Red

"1/2 good. 1/2 not good. S outh Point sweet red was GREAT. It is not available amy more. I never gained weight with Ruinite With the boxed red. Wine, the taste was.great but the weight gain¡Was great as well.. Market that! The taste is not all there."

Dianneyauk

Ruinite Sweet Red

"1/2 good. 1/2 not good. S outh Point sweet red was GREAT. It is not available amy more. I never gained weight with Ruinite With the boxed red. Wine, the taste was.great but the weight gain¡Was great as well.. Market that! The taste is not all there."