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Red Label Aperitif

(75cl, 13.7%)

Red Label Aperitif

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Red Label Aperitif Bottling Note

Sold in Jamaica as Red Label Wine, this delicious aperitif is the best-selling wine-based drink in the country. Produced by the legendary J Wray and Nephew, this tasty aperitif-style drink is best enjoyed neat or over ice.

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Red Label Aperitif Reviews

Very good

This is a wonderful drink ice cold.i asked a Jamaican it's made from sugar cane apparently

28th July 2019

Lovely

It's a wonderful drink ice cold.but the ingredients??? Any real Jamaicans know the answer? Be grateful

20th March 2019

Very difficult to find in chicago.

It’s great for use in the fruit cakes made at Christmas time.
The fruits are soaked in the wine over a period of up to one year. It is sometimes used in the spiced bun too. A very pleasant drink

4th January 2018

Mr Clive Lovell

Very pleasant drink (straight from the fridge) BUT what is it made of?????

5th May 2013

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