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Description 

Berry Wine:This scent smells just like a heavenly Merlot sweetened by Raspberry, Blueberry and just a hint of Blackberry. Perfect for the connoisseur soapmaker. It's my personal favorite scent and my mother, who doesn't drink wine, adores it for the fruity notes. You've got to try this one! This fragrance is sure to be a year-round favorite with all your customers but it's an especially great scent in the fall, when the leaves turn their gorgeous shades of red, orange and yellow. This fragrance smells strongly of nail polish remover in the bottle. It does get better in soap, we promise! *Not* suitable for gel candles.

This fragrance is phthalate free.

Flashpoint: This medium-flashpoint oil (142ºF) cannot ship via USPS regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout.

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Reviews

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(based on 15 reviews)

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by Joan
on 10/17/2014
Berry volcano
I am really hoping this mellows with age, like a good wine, because right now my house smells like a burning glass of grape kool aid! I made the mistake of hurrying a new recipe, one with a hint too much sugar which caused the whole batch to volcano all over the kitchen counter. Epic fail! I had to rebatch it. I had read the reviews prior to using it, so I was holding out some hope that the smell would mellow with some time but it's over a week later and it still smells so bad that I wouldn't even give it away! Not just too strong kool aid/cough syrup, but that nasty burnt undertone from the overheating. (which is my fault, not the FOs!) So, 4 stars because it DOES smell like berries, and heaven help it, the smell hasn't burnt off after a volcano and a rebatch cookdown. It's just now starting to lose it's household headache inducing strength! If I could smell more wine, I'd give it 5.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Joan! Out of the bottle and in fresh soap, this fragrance does smell very different. After 4-6 weeks of curing time is when this scent smells the best - fruity with a hint of Merlot. I'll be emailing you personally to discuss this!

by Kristen
on 9/29/2014
Violet Tapioca!
I just had a weird experience with Berrywine FO, and would chalk it up to my oil tweaking, the silk, the sodium lactate, the temperature.... except.... I had the batch divided equally into 4 portions - white, ultramarine blue, ultramarine violet and fired-up fuchsia. I added the divided FO to each and whisked and went to pour and the violet portion had tapioca-ed. None of the others did (?!) I whisked it and poured anyway, of course, and in the mold it looks fine. The lumps weren't bad, I've seen BAD, but it was just strange that it happened with only that pigment. As far as the fragrance goes, right now it smells like a kind of berry bubble gum I know but can't quite place and a glass of merlot that's been left out all night, but it will mellow. I used a pink grapefruit FO once that went from awesome in the bottle to toxic waste chemical spill in the soap batter to beyond my wildest grapefruit dreams in the finished soap. I'm giving Berrywine a 4 for its odd behavior, not the smell!

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Kristen! I'm sorry this fragrance wasn't your favorite. We've found it works well in cold process soap, and the scent smells best after 4-6 weeks of curing time. I'll be emailing you personally to help troubleshoot!

by Kelly
on 9/13/2014
Very strong
I'm going to be honest here - straight out of the bottle, I hated this scent. It's strong and my whole house stank until I got it aired out. The intensity of it gave me a pretty nasty headache. I'm glad that I persevered, since as my CP soap has cured, it's gotten much more mellow. I still smell the faint alcoholic scent, but that could be because I'm just remembering how terrible it was initially. I didn't hold out much hope that it was going to be good, but I've been pleasantly surprised. I'll probably use less ppo next time I use it though.
by Nikki
on 8/14/2014
Smells like children's grape medicine!
I was very excited for a wine aroma and I ordered a big bottle of this fragrance. Made cp soap with it and it behaved wonderfully, but the scent is not wine-like at all! After it cures, it smells exactly like a grape-flavored popsicle or medicine smells like. Kids would probably like the scent...

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Nikki! I'm sorry this scent wasn't your favorite. If you like fruity scents, you may like Autumn Fig Harvest Fragrance Oil, Black Raspberry Vanilla Fragrance Oil, or Blueberry Fragrance Oil.

by Tara
on 5/17/2014
interesting
I tried to make my CP soap a "berry wine-like" color (something somewhat red/merlot-like) and got cement grey! It's the ugliest color ever - but everyone loves the scent - so I will have to play with some other colorants to see if I can't get it to come closer to red for the next batch. It speaks volumes to the scent when I can sell grey soap because it smells so wonderful! :)
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