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Darling Cellars Sauvignon Blanc (DC) <0.5% Non Alcoholic Wine

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100% Sauvignon Blanc Dealcoholised wine from Darling, South Africa. Light yellow with a green tint in colour, flavours of ripe tropical fruit, yellow peaches and gooseberries complemented by a fresh acidity and lingering finish. This wine will pair well with most seafood, but it will go particularly well with fresh mussels or oysters! Low in calories and vegan-friendly.

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Alcohol content: 0.4%

Style: Dealcoholised white wine

Container: 750ml glass bottle

Energy: 14.3 kCal/100 ml

Sugars: 3.53g/100 ml

Vegan friendly: Yes

Gluten free: Yes

How to store: Store in a cool place. Serve chilled.

Country of origin: South Africa

Allergens: Sulphites

Award: IWSC Silver

Ingredients: De-alcoholised Sauvignon Blanc. Sulphites.

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why it's worthy

Why it's worthy

If you love Sauvignon Blanc, this is for you - a really authentic example.

what you'll taste

What you'll taste

Sappy gooseberry aromas; plenty of weight and texture, with green fruit, cream flavours and a touch of smokiness. Very refreshing.

the perfect pairing

The perfect pairing

Serve well chilled in a white wine glass. You could drink this with seafood, but it's great by itself.

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.