The Grocer's marketing editor Karen Dempsey tackles this cherry-ish offering I am a big fan of red wine and fizz but not normally in the same glass. So it was with some trepidation that I approached this lambrusco-esque concoction. What I discovered was a drink that looks like liquid black cherries and has a frothy topping like cherryade or sherbet when poured. It is startlingly fizzy in the mouth and tastes and smells like cherries, although I can also detect a hint of liquorice. The worst thing about it is the slightly medicinal aftertaste that reminds me of cherry flavoured Tunes throat sweets. I like the idea and it's a shame it tastes foul with food. But I might serve it as a cheeky little aperitif to get a party swinging. Rating out of 25 ­ 15 {{DRINKS }}