• Me

  • Welcome! My name is Kelly, and I am a picky eater. On this blog I share recipes, new (to me) foods, restaurants, and products that I try in an effort to expand my tastes. You might also find me talking about my pug Olive, Miss Kitty, Project Life, my journey with running, and more! Feel free to contact me: [email protected]

  • LINKwithlove

Product Review: Jellybean WInes

Full Disclosure: I was sent this wine to review, but I am not being compensated for this post and the opinions are completely my own.

I just recently became a wine lover.  I’ve talked about it in the past, but I will say it again: I am not at all a wine expert.  In fact, I know very little about wine at all, aside from the names of a few different types and I am just starting to remember the types of wine that  I tend to enjoy more, and a couple of brand names.  Generally when I am picking wine out at the liquor store, I go for something that has a fun name and/or label and is reasonably priced. Yes, I realize I am kind of a sucker because how the wine bottle looks has no impact on how it tastes.  Some day I will learn more about what makes a “good” wine, other than my personal preference, but that day is not today.

Recently, I was contacted by Jellybean Wines to try some of their wines.  I had never heard of them before, so I headed over to their website to check them out a bit more. They have several different varieties of wine, and they all look interesting and unique, so I decided to give them a try.  All of the wines seem to be on the sweeter side – which is definitely something I prefer – so it seemed likely that I would enjoy them.


Last weekend I tried the Strawberry Parfait Moscato Rosé.  Here is how they describe it: “From the vineyards of Italy, a blend of Moscato and Raboso grapes offering lush notes of strawberry, raspberry, peach, and a hint of effervescence.”  I am generally more of a red wine drinker, but I was in the mood for something lighter, and strawberry is one of my absolute favorite flavors, so I decided to give it a try.  Overall I enjoyed it.  It was definitely on the sweeter side, but not over the top sweet.  If something is named Jellybean you might assume that it is super sweet like a sugary jellybean, but this was not – and I thought that was a good thing.  I do enjoy sweeter wines, but I do not enjoy super sweet beverages that I can only drink a few sips of.  As I was drank it I imagined how refreshing it would be to drink it in the summer sunshine.

One of the details about the packaging that I love, is that they include actual jellybeans to represent the flavors in the bottle!  Added bonus: they are actual Jelly Belly jellybeans!  As far as jellybeans go, those are the best, in my opinion  I am not at all a fan of the classic, generic, waxy, sugary, jellybeans, and I know some people love the Starburst jellybeans, but Jelly Belly’s are still the best in my world.


So, would I buy this wine on my own?  I think so!  I not only qualifies as cute packaging and name, but it was also pretty tasty.  It sells for $9.99 per bottle, so it is inexpensive as well! I’m glad that I tried a type of wine that I don’t normally drink, too.  Now I feel like I at least have one kind of wine that I can pick up if I am buying for friends who aren’t fans of red wine.  (Though it is definitely a sweeter wine, so if you prefer your white wine on the drier side I am still lost.)

I am excited that the people at Jellybean Wines sent me more than one to try, I will definitely bringing one of the other bottles to our family Easter gathering this weekend! Bringing Jellybean wine to Easter? Yeah that is a fun match 🙂

Are you a sweet wine drinker, or do you prefer drier varieties?
Do you generally prefer reds or whites?

2 Responses

  1. I dont even like Jelly Bellies but I think I’m sold! They’re so pretty! and if they’re on the sweeter side, that’s a definite win in my book!

    • Yes, definitely on the sweeter side! And the packaging is adorable – probably something that I would’ve picked out on my own at the liquor store just because of the cute packaging alone 🙂

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: