Eppa Sangria

Breezing through the store not too long ago, heading out on vacation ironically, I flew past this end-cap of Eppo’s Sangria, and the bold, flavorful colors immediately caught my attention. I simply had to stop and take a few pictures of the beautiful display.

Granted, the display is/was nothing special, neither is the packaging of the product, per say, but the colors and fun attitude of the product attracted me. Plus, it’s Sangria – that doesn’t hurt!


Eppa Sangria

Eppa’s Bottlecap

Eppa Sangria

Eppa’s Label

I’m not sure why but the look and feel of everything associated with this product makes me think of South America. Brazil. But, in fact, it’s born-and-bred here in the United States: California:

“We have taken great care in selecting superior ingredients – wines from Mendocino County, a part of California¹s North Coast wine growing region, and organic fruit juices. The real fruits help create the refreshing taste that is key to a good sangria, and ours includes pomegranate, blueberry, Mediterranean blood orange and açai.”


One thing I really appreciate is the consistent experience the consumer gets, from product to online (yes, as you’ve probably noted before I do my research). The feel from the store to the website is very similar, and that’s a good thing:

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I get the all-around good sense that a fun time will be had by all partaking in this product!

If you’d like to keep up with all things Eppa you can Like them on Facebook. And if you’ve ever purchased this or tried it simply off of the packaging alone, we’d love to hear about it.


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