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Review: Lolailo Sangria

Lolailo sangria bottle shotMade by Bodegas Sanviver in Spain, this budget sangria may not be overwhelming in its complexity, but it sure does go down easy. A basic, fruity red wine gets things started — think strawberries and raspberries — and copious sugar seals the deal. The finish offers a character not unlike a highly sweetened fruit tea, with only very mild “winey” notes on the finish. If you like your sangria with the fruitiness first and the wine a mere afterthought, look no further than Lolailo.

6% abv.

B+ / $6 / biagiocru.com

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Christopher Null

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  1. Laura March 8, 2016

    I love the wine BUT getting a new bottle opened up is dangerous – the aluminum seal is very hard to remove

  2. Julie August 1, 2016

    Instead of trying to break the seal by twisting the upper cap, hold on to it and twist the bottom part of the seal. I did this yesterday and it opened easily.

  3. psc August 18, 2020

    If we’ve had this wine in our pantry for a couple of years, should we just toss it?

    1. Christopher Null August 18, 2020

      It probably won’t kill you, but I doubt it’s any good.

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