Turning Red and a Barefoot Wines Summer Red Spritzer Review

If there’s a giant red panda inside you, it must be released, and one exhilarating way to do that is to pop open a can of Barefoot Wines Summer Red Spritzer. The giant red panda may confuse you, but don’t let it throw you off. There are many lessons to be learned about the panda, the crossroads in life, and the curious and exciting emotions you may be experiencing. So, gather a pack of your most trusted pals, cue up the Disney + Channel to stream Turning Red, and pop open a can of red-raspberry wine spritzer. Things are about to get fuzzy.

First of all, the moment the Barefoot Wines Summer Red Spritzer hits your tongue, it’s like a giant raspberry panda has exploded, but in a very good way. I don’t know how I can explain it any better than that. It’s just amazing.

Then, after a few more sips, you kind of drift off into a wooded scene, where all the people in your life finally tell you to trust the panda—and the panda’s so kind and warm. 

Next thing you know, you’re crying because the movie and the wine are so incredibly beautiful, and there’s so much in life to love. And to hold onto that moment, you wander aimlessly around Target, looking for a giant Disney-Pixar stuffed panda to have and hold forever—and to serve as a back-up panda, in case the one inside you time travels to an alternate universe where it comes back and wants to harm you. In that case, a back-up giant red panda and an extra four-pack of Barefoot Wines Summer Red Spritzer in the fridge will get you through the storm.

Cecilia Kennedy once taught Spanish and English courses in Ohio for many years. She now lives in the Greater Seattle area, and writes horror stories. Her blog (Fixin’ Leaks and Leeks: https://fixinleaksnleeksdiy.blog/) chronicles her humorous (and perhaps scary?) attempts at cooking and home repair.

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