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Oddbird Low-intervention Organic Red Wine Non Alcoholic

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Regular price £14.00
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Alcohol content
750ml
Container size
18.3kCal
per 100ml
Vegan
Gluten free
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The official stuff

The world's first low intervention wine-liberated from alcohol. Supple blend of Merlot and Pinot Noir from Breganze, a town in the Veneto region of Italy.

Fermented spontaneously, hand harvested, 100% organic and micro vinified in barriques and tonneaux. A light alcohol-free red wine with notes of blackberry, blueberry, cherry and wood.

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Alcohol content: 0.0%

Style: Red Wine

Container: 750ml bottle

Energy: 18.3 kCal/100 ml

Sugars: 4.0g/100 ml

Vegan friendly: Yes

Organic: Yes

Gluten free: Yes

How to store: Store in a cool, dry place. Serve at room temperature or chill to taste

Country of origin: Italy

Allergens: Contains sulphites.

Ingredients: Dealcoholised red wine (Merlot & Pinot Noir).

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why it's worthy

Why it's worthy

This wine has a real sense of place: it's a classic Northern Italian red from the Veneto region

what you'll taste

What you'll taste

Classic Italian red wine flavours of sour cherry and leather, with a touch of sweet strawberry character

the perfect pairing

The perfect pairing

Almost anything would be good with this wine, but it really demands a spicy pasta dish

the pleasant surprise

The pleasant surprise

Like all 'low-intervention' wines, this is made with the absolute minimum of additives. Even the yeast fermentation is allowed to start on its own.