It’s fair to say I am a massive fan of Altina’s Sansgria. It’s dry, delicious and full of good winey flavour. So when Altina launched their new range of still dealcoholised, native-infused wines, I was very excited to give them a try. First cab off the rank is this Kakadu Plum Rosé. A blend of alcohol removed Sauvignon Blanc, Shiraz and native Kakadu Plum.
In the glass this pours a beautiful deep warm pink hue. On the nose it’s rich, a little sweet with that lovely hint of tart plum coming through.
In the mouth, this is a delight. It’s definitely a a unique non alcoholic rosé, but a delicious one. It’s full bodied, tart and there is a beautiful bit of warmth that come from some added spices. It’s really well balanced and though sweet, it’s not overwhelmingly so. Even though obviously you’d drink this slightly chilled, the spices give you a bit of heat that makes this acceptable even on a winters day.
Would be lovely with a robust grazing platter or a rich pasta or curry. That bit of acidity cuts through nicely! Can’t wait to try the rest of the range!
Buy Again?: Yes
Note: This product emulates alcohol and could be triggering so please be careful!
|Cals per 100ml||17 cal|
|Carbs per 100ml1||1 g|
|Sugar per 100ml6.6||1 g|
|Country of Origin||Australia|
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