Enter: Wisconsin's Door Peninsula Winery "HalloWine."
DPW has brewed a unique mix of Fall flavors: a sweet apple wine mixed with nutmeg and cinnamon and their suggestion is to serve it hot as a "dangerous substitute for apple cider."
Their words of warning, not mine.
Frankly, HalloWine had me with the name, label and bottle design alone (which you can see HERE at RuthAnnes.com).
Just look at that orange bottle with flapping bats, spooky black cat, jack o' lantern apple and a witch silhouette against a full moon (probably chasing E.T.).
They get bonus points for having a haunting legend which RuthAnnes.com details here:
"As the legend goes, in 1665 Reginald w. Hallow brought his unique blend of fall harvest apples and mulled spices to ferment in the crisp Door County air. He dubbed his creation Hallowine ... then mysteriously disappeared. Three hundred thirty-four years later, Door Peninsula Winery honors Hallow's legacy conjuring up the distinctive autumn flavor of the region for a limited time. "I'd pour some out for my dead homey Reginald, but it sounds too delicious to waste.
Available only during the Fall Halloween season HERE at DCWine.com, so be sure to bookmark it and return to order it up.