I find generally non-alcoholic Rosé to be quite a successful replication and there are many that are quite enjoyable. I find 1920 Wines to give a decent offering, their Pinot Grigio I regularly include in my tasting events, the Sauvignon Blanc, not so much.
In the glass this has a lovely warm salmon hue, a nice bold pour. On the nose this is quire restrained. Slightly floral, but generally non distinct.
In the mouth? It is pretty good. It’s fruity, but dry. There is some complexity there, with a nice slightly smoky profile. A little bit of chew, nicely balanced, good body but I think it’s let down slightly in the length. Not lingering on the palette like some of the better non-alcoholic wines can do.
Certainly not offensive and a nice easy summer drop.
Buy Again?: Yes
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|Cals per 100ml||17 cal|
|Carbs per 100ml||4.2 g|
|Sugar per 100ml6.6||2.7 g|
|Country of Origin||Australia|
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