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Darling Cellars Shiraz Non Alcoholic Red Wine (DC) <0.5%

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This de-alcoholised Shiraz comes from dryland farmed vineyards in Darling, South Africa. A deep ruby red in colour with hints of ripe red fruit, crushed black pepper, dried rose petals and candied cherries. Well integrated French Oak tannins.

Low in calories, vegan friendly and an IWSC silver medal winner.

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Alcohol content: 0.5%

Style: Dealcoholised red wine

Container: 750ml glass bottle

Energy: 14.5 kCal/100 ml

Sugars: 3.53g/100 ml

Vegan friendly: Yes

Gluten free: Yes

How to store: Store in a cool place. Serve chilled or at room temperature.

Country of origin: South Africa

Allergens: Sulphites

Award: IWSC silver medal

Ingredients: De-alcoholised Shiraz Wine.

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why it's worthy

Why it's worthy

A fine South African Shiraz that is low in calories and high in taste.

what you'll taste

What you'll taste

Hints of ripe red fruit, crushed black pepper, dried rose petals and candied cherries. A beautiful harmony of dark purples and rich blacks, produced from South African bush vines.

the perfect pairing

The perfect pairing

Serve at room temperature or serve chilled (to taste) in a red wine glass. Goes well with a mild curry or a slow cooked brisket.

the pleasant surprise

The pleasant surprise

DC stands for Darling Cellars - a group of farmers in the Darling area of South Africa's Western Cape who came together to build a winery in 1996.