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Be. wines are the first, and only wines that cater to your ever-changing world with four stylish offerings to suit your moods.
There are four flavors.
Be. Flirty Pink Moscato - This mischievous Moscato, with rich bery and delicate floral notes, is made to be sipped with a wink and a smile.
I must admit that winking does not come naturally to me. But at least I tried, haha!
Be. Bright Pinot Grigio - This effortlessly drinkable Pinot Grigio keeps things light, with sun-ripened citrus flavors and a crisp, fresh finish.
Be. Fresh Chardonnay - This cheeky Chardonnay energizes taste buds with crisp green apple flavors and zesty hints of citrus.
Be. Radiant Riesling - This dynamic Riesling blend brings an exuberant vibe with tantalizing fruit flavors and bright floral notes.
So I was given a quiz to help me figure out which one to try. I came up with 'You're Getting Fresh.' It says 'It's your admirable ability to bring a new spin or dash of inspiration to any situation that sets you apart from the crowd. Your calm, cool, and collected style is a perfect partner for Be. Fresh Chardonnay. (Don't know if I'm calm, cool, and collected right now with all this house stuff going on but I'll go with it lol)
So I went to Krogers and they had them for $7.99 a bottle (normally $15). I decided to get the Chardonnay and I was drawn to the Be. Flirty too so I bought it also.
My friend Lori came over July 4th weekend. So I decided her and I would try out the wines! Here are some pictures:
Me before I started drinking the Be. Flirty wine.
Be. Flirty and Be. Fresh
The label explains what it tastes like.
About to get my drink on! lol
I tried the Be. Fresh Chardonnay first since that is the one I got on my quiz. I have to be honest - I am not a fan of it. If you like dry wine, you will love it though. I detest dry wine so this was definitely not a favorite of mine. But I'm not wasting wine so I drank it anyways! Be. Flirty was more my style. It was pretty decent. My friend Lori liked it too. We preferred the Flirty.
If you want to check out the Be. Wines just go to www.bewinery.com.