Gaze Wine Cocktails: an innovative new beverage

Gaze Wine Cocktails blend quality California wine with natural ingredients to create wine cocktails targeted at wellness consumers.

Available in two varieties: Coconut Water-Chardonnay-Moscato and Blueberry-Pomegranate Moscato, both products are lower-calorie and lightly effervescent. The package is a sleek, portable, recyclable aluminum bottle with twist-off closure and bright, silkscreened graphics.

“We noticed many consumers who enjoy wine also practice a lifestyle that includes fitness, yoga, meditation, outdoor activities, self-care and other positive pursuits,” said Terry Wheatley, president Vintage Wine Estates. “We wanted to appeal to them by combining wine with some of their favorite ingredients in a modern, fun, easy-to-enjoy wine cocktail.”

Coconut water, blueberries and pomegranates are popular dietary choices for many. Blending these ingredients with a light and refreshing wine creates a completely new beverage.

Gaze Wine Cocktails will be introduced across the US over the coming months.

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3 responses to “Gaze Wine Cocktails: an innovative new beverage”

  1. EMB says:

    Does Gaze list ingredients, such as red dyes, carrots, etc., as I have food allergies and both of these will cause anaphylaxis. Thank you!

    • Alex Rivers says:

      Hi, please see the Gaze website for more details and to contact them about this if you need to: Thanks! – Alex

  2. Barbara Vietti says:

    MMMMMMM. Gaze, your fruit Moscatos , are very good. I ordered them from QVC when they were advertising them on a special deal. The Green Tea, Blueberry Pomegranate, (my two favorites) and Peach Moscato were delivered and I was anxious to try them. Cooled them in my refrigerator and then went to open one, when I discovered I could not twist them open. I tried using one of the rubber, openers, and a sharp knife to brake the seal, and a pliers. None worked. I am a widow 78. I had to wait till a stronger person came to the house. Even the younger men had a very hard time getting them open. Has anyone ever handed them to people to try to open? Older people, a grandma, women in general. Even the men had a difficult time.
    I have an auto delivery from QVC for a year, but if I can’t get them open they are of no good to me. If you have any solutions for this problem, please let me know. Barbara Vietti

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