After a disappointing cherry crop year, New Glarus looked to other more successful fruit crops as inspiration for a new selection. Made with apples, cranberries and cherries, wild fermented and aged in oak, Serendipity is the “happy accident” of this fruity experiment. The bouquet is loaded with fruity aromas, like a cran-apple juice mixed with hints of yeast and oak. The palate is juicy and vibrant, with fresh, tart fruit flavors coupled with a vinous character and mouthwatering acidity. Clean and long on the finish, with a subtle sweet oaky-spice accent on the back.
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Managing Editor, Print, and Tasting Director
Reviews wines from South Africa and Languedoc-Roussillon.
Buzzeo joined Wine Enthusiast Magazine
in 2006 as a tasting coordinator, and eventually became Tasting Director and Senior Editor, responsible for overseeing all aspects of the tasting and review program. Most recently, Buzzeo assumed the role of Managing Editor. Since coming to Wine Enthusiast
, she has made it one of her personal missions to promote the acceptance of cross-drinking, encouraging everyone to embrace finely crafted libations across all beverage categories. Buzzeo is also an avid homebrewer and a member of the AHA (American Homebrewers Association).