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Mommy Juice Wines Review

Mommy Juice Wines
     Girls Night Out is something I think we took for granted as young women.  If you are a mother you know
those are usually rare and an unusual occurrence.  I am a stay at home/work from home mother now and for
some crazy reason I thought my life would have gotten easier doing so.  I at one point and time thought my
job was difficult working 70-80 hours a week.  HA!  Yea right!!  I have to be honest, by the end of the day;
I am exhausted, frazzled, and stressed.  It’s a wonder why I frequently want a drink (or several) to end my
day.  And a girls night out is rare because I want to spend the little free time I have with Kevin.

     I first discovered Mommy Juice Wines on facebook and was pretty excited to see another great creation
made by a real mom out there!  I love the fact that “mommy juice” was inspired by her children.  We too have a nickname for our “alcoholic beverages” and my children know that they are special for grown-ups.  Mommy Juice Wines has created two different wines – A Red Wine and A White Wine.

     I hate to be honest but the white wine which is supposed to be 100% chardonnay, was not very
impressive.  I felt as if there were too many flavors I could taste and even before trying it out, I searched
the bottle for an accurate description and could not find one.  I honestly felt like I was drinking a
combination of the last of each bottle in my fridge.  Unfortunately, I hate to say it but I wasn’t impressed.

     Meanwhile, I decided I should do some research on the mommy juice red wine before opening the bottle.  And, to my surprise, the red wine actually was a combination of several flavors.  These included 77% Cabernet Sauvignon, 16% Merlot, 3% Malbec, 2% Cabernet Franc, 2% Petit Verdot.  The red was too dry and bitter for my taste but on my second glass I enjoyed it much more.  My friend on the other hand (she drinks reds) thought it had a great cabernet flavor.


Cost: $10.00/Bottle
Available to purchase: Mommy Juice Wines
Recommendation:  At $10 a bottle you cannot expect a premium wine and these were decent table wines but I don’t think if I had the option to purchase this one at the store again that I honestly would.  Sorry.
Facebook:  Mommy Juice Wines
Twitter: @mommyjuicewines

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