Kobrand Caposaldo Wine Review

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My Review
I am always excited to get new Caposaldo varieties of wine to review! I have never not been impressed. I received the Sparkling Peach, Prosecco and Moscato this time. The package arrived quickly and was well packed and protected so the bottles arrived unharmed.
The first one I tried was the Sparkling Peach. I loved the bottle and the pretty Peach color. This is a light, bubbly, sweet wine with the perfect amount of peach flavor. This is not too sweet, but you can definitely taste the peach. It’s fizzy and fun to drink!
I love almost any Moscato but this Moscato from Caposaldo is high on my list of favorites. Again, I love the bottles these wines are packaged in. The blue bottles especially are great for decorating and crafts after they are empty. This Moscato has a nice light and sweet taste and is sparkly and fizzy.
I have heard of Proseco but have not actually tried it before. This Proseco reminds me a little bit of champagne. It has a light and bubbly taste and is a little sweet. I would buy this again for special occasions and celebrations for those friends and family who maybe don’t like champagne.
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