One of New York’s Best-Selling Wines Now Sells Hard Seltzer

Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards in New York State are generally known for their Red Cat wine and more. From now on, they will be known as a brand from which to drink amazing hard seltzer.

Hazlitt announced that they release four new wine seltzers. These seltzers are the following flavors: Red Cat Splash, White Cat Splash, Pink Cat Splash and Red Cat Dark Splash.

The Hazlitt family has created a new line of delicious, low-alcohol sparkling sodas made only with real wine. These practical and stylish cans are perfect for everyday enjoyment, but are sure to make a splash this summer with their light and refreshing flavors.

According to their website, each wine seltzer is 6.1% ABV (alcohol by volume) and plays on some of their classic flavors. Red Cat Splash, White Cat Splash, Pink Cat Splash and Red Cat Dark Splash are sold in 250ml cans for $3.00 each. They are available for purchase at Hazlitt wineries: Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards in Hector and Hazlitt Red Cat Cellars in Naples, as well as liquor stores across New York State. As these are considered wine products, they can be sold in liquor stores in New York, but not in grocery stores or convenience stores.

Each wine seltzer is a beautiful representation of the flavor profile of the original wine. The only differences they have from their namesake wines are less sugar and less alcohol, allowing them to shine as independent dry seltzer products. ยป

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