Many other fruits can be fermented into wines. These other fruits are used to makes "specialty" wines. Some of the most notable ones are apples (cider), pears (perry), cherry, berry and plum. Most fruit wines are sold at 12 to 12½ percent alcohol, but some are as high as 20 percent.


There's another category of wines called "special natural wines". These are flavored wines that resemble vermouths. They are natural, lightly flavored with herbs, spices, fruit juices and other natural flavorings that must be approved by the BATF.  Many of these wines are carbonated. Some familiar names are Thunderbird, Ripple, Annie Green Springs and Bali Hai.







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