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Wine berries,  red when ripe, grows in clusters and looks something like a raspberry but is more luminous, and when you pick it you see a distinctive orange cone left on the cluster.
Wine berry produces fruit that is surprisingly tasty served fresh or turned into a sorbet or a cooler. Try using wine berries in your favorite raspberry recipes. Wine berries are tarter than raspberries, so you might want to increase the sugar a bit.

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