About Jack Rabbit Wine
Jack Rabbit wines are all about fun, relaxing, and enjoying wine ,without being too serious about it. With it’s memorable label, and laid- back style, it’s a brand of wine, which covers styles to suit all tastes, but keeps the flavours soft, and easy-drinking.
Background to Jack Rabbit
You’ll see bottles of Jack Rabbit in lots of clubs, pubs and bars around the UK. It’s a range of wines from California, produced in the Central Valley, close to Madera, where the warm, sunny weather smiles on the acres of vines, and helps produce soft, gentle, friendly white and red wines. So if you’ve enjoyed these wines on a night out, you can now enjoy them at home too!
The aim at Jack Rabbit is to make wine approachable and enjoyable – juicy, fruity, and ready for drinking the minute you buy it; not too intense, not too complex, just straightforward, welcoming and smooth.
Styles of Wine
Jack Rabbit is all about soft, friendly, easy-drinking wines, whatever the colour, or style.
The warm Central Valley of California, nestled between a mountain range and the Pacific, is the perfect environment for producing these juicy, soft wines.
California is famous for its buttery, fruity Chardonnay but is also producing lighter, fresher, crisp styles of wine from the Sauvignon blanc.
Jack Rabbit knows a trend or two, and has twitched its nose at the popular White Zinfandel– soft, semi-sweet, and a fruit bomb of strawberries and cream.
For those who love red wine but want uncomplicated styles, Jack Rabbit has found the answer too… a smooth, silky Merlot, and a rich, spicy Shiraz – no fuss, no frills, simple, easy- drinking soft, ripe reds.
Food and wine matching
Jack Rabbit wines are designed for relaxed evenings and entertaing with friends. All these wines are great on their own, or with just a few nibbles, crisps or snacks.
Jack Rabbit Sauvignon blanc – lively, crisp, and fresh, it’s great on its own, or with prawns, mezze or thai curry
Jack Rabbit Chardonnay – smooth and creamy, try this with chicken Caesar salad, and salmon kebabs
Jack Rabbit Pinot Grigio – delicate and peachily soft, try this with seafood tapas, and creamy seafood linguine.
Jack Rabbit White Zinfandel – soft, sweet, yet refreshingly fruity, this is a must with strawberries and cream; or fruit desserts; and surprisingly … fantastic with spicy Indian snacks
Jack Rabbit Merlot – soft and smooth, this easy-drinking red works well with meatballs, lasagna, and steak burgers.
Jack Rabbit Shiraz – rich, spicy and full on, try this with steak, sausages, and spicy beef tacos.