The official stuff
Alcohol content: 0.5%
Style: Alcohol-free sparkling wine.
Container: 750ml glass bottle
Vegan friendly: Yes
Gluten free: Yes
How to store: Store in a cool place. Serve chilled.
Country of origin: England
Award: IWSC 2020 Bronze
Lovely, would recommend! Only issue was that in hindsight I felt a little cheated on the price when I learned it was nearly half the price in Morrisons!
I am very sorry about the price Stuart. As a small startup we are unfortunately a 'price taker' but, with the help of our customers, we hope to one day have the same sort of buying power as Morrisons.
Half-way through dry January I really enjoyed this - I felt like I was drinking something. It was more "more-ish" than other alcohol free wines I'd chosen albeit slightly sweet.
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Why it's worthy
Because it really tastes like Prosecco!
What you'll taste
Light and spritzy with grapey aromas and ripe pear, peach and apple flavours. Very refreshing with a tart, dry texture and lots of juiciness.
The perfect pairing
Chill this right down and serve in a Prosecco glass, or any tall, stemmed wine-glass.
The pleasant surprise
Belle & Co is made differently - it isn't a dealcoholised wine, but a blend of fermented grapes and green tea. A very clever recipe!