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Scout & Cellar Introduces the World’s First MIXABLE™, a Brand of Grape Wine for a Lighter Cocktail Experience

Scout & Cellar Introduces the World’s First MIXABLE™, a Brand of Grape Wine for a Lighter Cocktail Experience

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Scout & Cellar, the purveyors and pioneers of Clean-Crafted™ wine, introduce the world to the first MIXABLE, a new brand of lower-alcohol alternatives for cocktails. The first product to launch in this all-new brand is Wilderness Road, which delivers delightfully smooth flavor and refreshment to your favorite cocktails.

MIXABLE is tailor-made to reinvent your favorite beverages for a lighter, more refreshing cocktail experience that tastes amazing and goes down smooth. Consistent with our Clean-Crafted Commitment®, Wilderness Road tastes the way nature intended and is rigorously lab-tested to ensure it is free of synthetic pesticides, chemicals and added sugars.

MIXABLE brand beverages are created by combining fermented, carbon-purified white and rosé wines with a distilled neutral grape wine. This evokes a clean, fresh flavor that’s perfect for cocktails or enjoying on the rocks.

Experience Wilderness Road with a simple splash of water and a squeeze of citrus over ice or create one of Scout & Cellar’s specialty cocktails – Malone St. Mule, Pip’s Paloma or the Scoutside Fizz, now available here.

Wilderness Road is available to discover now — exclusively through Scout & Cellar online or with the assistance of Scout & Cellar Independent Consultants.


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Terry Bunch Co founder of BeerAlien.com and Editor/Owner of MetalLife.comUntappd: metallife
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