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Wine Wednesday! Naughty Girl Wine

This is how naughty this wine will make you …. I’m drinking tasting this in the morning. This is because I was kept out a bit late last night … this is how dedicated I am folks… I don’t want to miss a Wine Wednesday!

Naughty Girl Wine
Von Stiehl Wineries

I didn’t think I would actually do a Wisconsin Wine review on this blog. Even though I live in this state, there are very few wines that I enjoy from our area. Granted, I have not tried all the wines from here but the ones I have tried, very few make it to my house. It’s not that I have anything against Wisconsin and their wines, it’s just that to me they all have a certain taste to them that I’m not a big a fan of. It’s hard for me to describe the taste, but it’s there. I always equated the taste with “too grape-y” and I think I’m going to stick with that technical term. Too grape-y … Robert Parker would be proud!

When I saw this wine at the Wisconsin Cheese Chalet, the place I bought my chocolate cheese, I knew I had to try it. It was calling the party girl in me because they had a whole party girl display going by this wine. Here are the bottle toppers that started the whole “naughty girl” craze.

See what I mean? How could I NOT pick up and try this wine?

Von Stiehl wineries is located in Algoma Wisconisn. You know where that is right? Wait … better yet, did you say it correctly? Let me help you out … Al (like that AL in Al Bundy) and Go-ma … say it together …. AL GO Ma. You’re welcome. Some day I’ll teach everyone how to say Oconomowoc.

I would say this wine is a bit more on the sweet side. Great on it’s own, not sure what I would pair this wine with however. The price is about $15/bottle direct from the winery. To me … although it may get me in trouble, I feel that $15 is a tad high of a price for this wine. Actually, it’s a bit more than I will pay for it again, but that’s me … I’m cheap. It’s also a bit high on the grape taste, but it has hints of raspberries which make this a great dessert wine for me.

Here is how the winery describes their wine:

Elegant yet sassy, she dances on your palate with the grace of a full-bodied red and the racey excitement of fresh raspberries. Layers of dark fruit and curvaceous tannins lead into a smooth and exquisite finish.

I think this wine is a great wine to give or bring to the party … or to the naughty girl in your life! It will definitely generate some lively conversation and a few laughs!

Cheers to naughty girls!

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  1. Sounds like a fun wine, though the only sweet wine I like is icewine.

    Do you know what type of grape is used?
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  2. Thanks Ross … nope, no grape provided. Here are the ingredients though … which are interesting! 80% grape wine, 20% Raspberry wine with grape brandy added. Hmmm….. it makes for an interesting drink!
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  3. A friend of mine gave me a bottle of Naughty Girl as a gift and I was very delighted with the wine. Pairing? I had some fine chocolate and a glass of this wine…WONDERFUL! I live in Iowa, so now that I know where it was bought, will have to do a roadtrip and stock up! Also want one of those “naughty girl” bottle toppers! (My friend died suddenly not too long after giving me the wine, so of course I saved the bottle!) Blessings and happy wine tasting! If you are ever down south, find a winery that has muscatine wine. ooohhhh laaaa!

  4. They tell you what kind of grapes are in Naughty Girl on the tour because they feature it as one of their best sellers…but alas though the tour I took was 2 days ago I forgot. probably had something to do with it was 9:30 in the morning. You can also order from von Steihls online for outta state people if your state lets you get booze shipped to you. I liked it because it didn’t leave that horrid vinegar aftertaste so many wines do that many say are good.

  5. Thanks Kirsten! I have yet to get up there and do a tour much less sample some of their other wines! Glad to see you enjoyed it! Appreciate your comment on the wine!

  6. Question, do you know what type of wine this would be? (Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Merlot)
    I love this wine with a good red meat but have no idea when in a restaurant of what to order to come close to it.
    This wine reminds me of my favorites from MI ( Good Harbor Red, Leelanau Red)
    I do know this wine is NOT a semi-sweet because that type is way to sweet for me, I consider it between
    a semi dry and a semi sweet.
    Thanks for any input!

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