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Darling Cellars (DC) Non-Alcoholic Rosé Wine <0.5%ABV

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The official stuff

Sauvignon Blanc (96%) and Grenache (4%)  dealcoholised wine from dryland farmed vineyards in Darling, South Africa. Great light salmon pink colour with ripe strawberries and sweet candy floss on the nose following through to a balanced pallet with lingering finish.  This medium bodied wine will pair well with roasted chicken, a salmon salad, Italian food with a red sauce or stuffed mushrooms. Low in calories and vegan-friendly.

This wine is an IWSC Gold and Trophy Winner.

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Alcohol content: 0.5%

Style: Dealcoholised rosé 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 Gold and Trophy

Ingredients: De-alcoholised sauvignon blanc and Grenache wine. Sulphites.

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why it's worthy

Why it's worthy

An IWSC Gold medal and Trophy winner. This 2019 vintage rosé is from a dryland farm where the vines are not trellised and are planted as bush vines.

what you'll taste

What you'll taste

Light salmon pink in colour. Ripe strawberries and sweet candy floss tin the nose. Very refreshing.

the perfect pairing

The perfect pairing

Serve well chilled in a white wine glass. You could drink this with chicken or Italian food, 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.