Last Updated: 5/18/2007 10:47 AM
If you've ever had grape juice, but thought it was a bit too tart, then First Blush's Rosé variety is definitely worth a try. Using zinfandel grapes (hence the name), the product has a mildly sweet flavor that's made with no added sugar. It certainly goes down easy compared to other grape juices we've tried. Well, that assumes you are able to open the bottle, which has a shrink wrap around the cap that's nearly impossible to open. Aside from that, the product uses a stock bottle that has a simple, illustration based design. It's not overly obvious what the product is just by looking at it, especially with the six circles that are in the center of the label. It doesn't really tie together with the brand. Overall, it's a decent execution in the way of flavor, but we really question the marketability of a line of full calorie grape juice.
Container16 fl oz (473 ml) glass
Serving size 8 oz: Calories 154, Fat 0, Trans Fat 0, Cholesterol 0, Sodium 8mg, Potassium 334mg
100% Zinfandel juice from concentrate reconstituted with filtered water, Natural Flavors
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