Up until this point I had not met an Eisberg wine I have liked. Their Merlot and Sparkling Blanc have both landed in the sink. I have been surprised to see this has a lot of positive reviews on the Sans website and I am intrigued!
On the nose you get delicate rose and berry notes. In the glass this is a lovely warm, deep pink hue and there is a delicate and fine bead.
In the mouth, although a little syrupy (the sugar content is quite high), the flavours are actually quite pleasing. There’s a dryness, a little tart and some delicate strawberry notes. Is it the best alcohol free sparkling Rosé? No (you’re much better off with this one). Is it offensive and undrinkable? No. And if your preference is towards a sweeter Rosé then this would definitely be worth a try. Its got good body and viscosity and it coats the mouth really nicely!
Buy Again?: Worth a try
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|Cals per 100ml||26 cal|
|Carbs per 100ml||6.6 g|
|Sugar per 100ml6.6||6.6 g|
|Country of Origin||Germany|
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