All gins receive flavor from juniper\u2014it\u2019s just not gin without this piney little berry. But bolder, fruit-flavored bottles have finally arrived. England, gin\u2019s spiritual homeland, has led the trend for a few years, and it\u2019s been worth the wait stateside. The newest crop is audacious, with fruity notes like grapefruit, Marasca cherry and cranberry that will appeal to a wine lover\u2019s palate. Here are four to try.\r\n\r\n\r\nMalfy Gin Rosa\r\nFrom Italy\u2019s Piedmont region, the main flavoring of this pink gin is Sicilian grapefruit. It\u2019s slightly sweet, so the overall effect is similar to pink lemonade. Try it in a spritz-style drink, where it\u2019s lightened with bubbles. Also look for the Con Limone (lemon) and Con Arancia (blood orange) bottlings.\r\nLuxardo Sour Cherry Gin \r\nThis delicious newcomer marries London dry gin with Marasca cherry juice from the Luxardo orchard in Italy. The juicy effect evokes a lighter version of sloe gin. Mixed with soda water and a squeeze of lemon, it makes for an easy-drinking Sour Cherry Collins.\r\nSeersucker Southern Style Lemonade Gin \r\nMade in San Antonio, Texas, this perky, cloudy, pale-yellow gin is sweet on the palate. Look for a lemon lollipop aroma and flavor that finishes with puckery lemon-peel tartness that\u2019s smoothed by hints of honey and cooling mint. Even served straight, it goes down dangerously easy, not unlike a lemon drop cocktail.\r\nDry Line Cape Cod Ros\u00e9 Gin \r\nFor those who love grapes, this Massachusetts gin is blended with ros\u00e9 wine made from California Grenache. Look for a demure blush pink hue and distinct wine-like nose. The tart, juicy palate hints at cranberry, plum skin and sour cherry, while it finishes with brisk juniper zing.