Wineberries, unlike rasberries, have a fuzzy husk over the berry that opens up a week to ten days before they get ripe. IIRC the canes are similar but covered with reddish "hairs"
They are hard to cultivate but grow wild in fence rows, road banks and shady pastures that have been let go. They have a much different taste than red rasberries, but I suppose some call them that.
A few years ago, we put six or eight gallon in the freezer. I know they make good pie and jelly. My brother and I once picked a bunch, squeezed the juice and made a sort of Italian ice with the juice in an old crank ice cream freezer.