Colour : Pale yellow and elegant colour with fine bubbles.
Nose : Expressive, with intense fruity notes, dominated by white flowers and muscated white grapes.
Palate : Well-balanced on the palate, good structure and finish. Recommendations : As an aperitif and for party.
|Typical Values||Per 100ml|
|Of which Sugar||5,0g|
Well-balanced on the palate, good structure and finish
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (60)
It’s ok but recent order too Acidic
I had previously tried this at a friend’s house and that was pretty good but bought 2 bottles recently which tasted a little too acidic for my taste. I go for alcohol free options when I am driving otherwise prefer a good dry brüt sparkling wine. Not sure why some reviewers compare it to sparkling apple as there is no apple juice in this . This is real wine which has had alcohol removed.
Tastes more like a fizzy apple than a sparkling wine, but if you are doing sober october etc you get used to it after a few weeks
Not Prosecco, but fine for cocktails
Yes it doesnt taste like Prosecco but I recently tried the Wild Idol non alc sparkling which is £29 a bottle ?!!?? And honestly this is on par with that. So great for the price. Would be great mixed into cocktails
disappointed as no stock
as soon as an offer is on an item the stock is gone, very disappointed yet another offer is not available to everyone.
Bought this for a celebration drink as I don't drink alcohol very often and wanted something fizzy for my birthday. Was disappointed as it was extremely sweet and we didn't finish it. My son said it tasted like a plug in air freshener It was just too sweet and scent like. It also smelled unpleasant. It had some good reviews but it was not for us unfortunately
While very low and no-alcohol beer has come on in leaps and bounds, the same cannot be said for wine. Most of it is, well, vile. This is an exception. Slightly sweeter than I would choose in an alcoholic sparkling wine product, but not too much and actually a pleasant drink