Bee d’Vine Honey Wine

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It’s Not Wine, It’s Not Mead… It’s Bee d’Vine Honey Wine

Ultra smooth and fragrant, Bee d’Vine is produced in small batches from just two ingredients: Raw local honey and pure spring water. It is aged for at least 15 months in the barrel and typically one to two years in the bottle before release.

All natural, “The Golden Wine” has distinctive hints of almond and jasmine – rich but with NO TANNIN aftertaste.

These tasting notes describe the sensations you can expect from experiencing Bee d’Vine. For a detailed understanding, on a techinical and business level, how Bee d’Vine honey wine is so different from anything else on the market, including an easy reference comparison chart, please visit our blog page, “BEE D’VINE Honey Wine, Grape Wine, Mead – What’s the Difference.”

Bee d’vine is refreshingly floral and perfumed Distinctive white flower blossoms come to mind; a layered bouquet of almond, honey suckle and jasmine.

The combination of spring water and honey make it abuzz with a lively minerality; imagine the scent of soil, immediately after an evening summer rain in the proximity of a jasmine bush in bloom.

Earthen notes give way to hints of almond emphasized by a waxy texture, but the degree differs between the Demi Sec – with a silky mouth feel owing to its higher honey content – and the Brut, which is smooth but leaner is a unique experience of tasting honey without the sweetness (the essence of the flower is fully exposed).

Like the bouquet, the finish exhibits a stark difference from grape wine – crisp but not tannic – possessing soft acids that balances the honey notes. TANNIN FREE honey wine produces a remarkably cleaner finish than grape wines.

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It’s Not Wine, It’s Not Mead… It’s Bee d’Vine Honey Wine

Ultra smooth and fragrant, Bee d’Vine is produced in small batches from just two ingredients: Raw local honey and pure spring water. It is aged for at least 15 months in the barrel and typically one to two years in the bottle before release.

All natural, “The Golden Wine” has distinctive hints of almond and jasmine – rich but with NO TANNIN aftertaste.

These tasting notes describe the sensations you can expect from experiencing Bee d’Vine. For a detailed understanding, on a techinical and business level, how Bee d’Vine honey wine is so different from anything else on the market, including an easy reference comparison chart, please visit our blog page, “BEE D’VINE Honey Wine, Grape Wine, Mead – What’s the Difference.”

Bee d’vine is refreshingly floral and perfumed Distinctive white flower blossoms come to mind; a layered bouquet of almond, honey suckle and jasmine.

The combination of spring water and honey make it abuzz with a lively minerality; imagine the scent of soil, immediately after an evening summer rain in the proximity of a jasmine bush in bloom.

Earthen notes give way to hints of almond emphasized by a waxy texture, but the degree differs between the Demi Sec – with a silky mouth feel owing to its higher honey content – and the Brut, which is smooth but leaner is a unique experience of tasting honey without the sweetness (the essence of the flower is fully exposed).

Like the bouquet, the finish exhibits a stark difference from grape wine – crisp but not tannic – possessing soft acids that balances the honey notes. TANNIN FREE honey wine produces a remarkably cleaner finish than grape wines.

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