Red Electra

Red Electra, first released in 1993, is garnet red, tastes of succulent cherry, berry, and peach, and has a slight sparkle. Try it with all kinds of desserts and cheeses including chocolate bon-bons, truffles, spiced holiday cookies, vanilla, and fruit.

Red Electra is made by combining Orange and Black Muscat grapes, and fermenting them very slowly at a low temperature so they keep their delicious flavors. That's why Red Electra tastes like a bowl full of cherries.

Red Electra makes delectable sangria and sorbet. To make sangria add chilled Red Electra to seasonal fruit and sparkling water. To make sorbet, pour into a freezer safe container and freeze overnight.

Label art is by Ardison Phillips.

Red Electra Buy Locate Use in Cocktails Use in Cooking Use in Desserts
A bowl full of cherries.
— Andrew Quady
93
points
Beverage Testing Institute
Aromas of pomegranate jam, nuts, lilacs, and leather with a slightly spritzy fruity and sweet medium-to-full body and a tangy cherry and raspberry sorbet finish. Pure and refreshing.
— Beverage Testing Institute
Silver
Dallas Morning News International Wine Competition, 2014
Silver
Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Competition, 2014
Silver
Los Angeles International Wine & Spirits Competition, 2013

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