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Non-alcoholic light Sparkling Rosé (0%)
Made from Merlot and Pinot Noir grapes (Contains Sulphites)
Sugar: 3.8 g sugar/100 ml
Calories: 18 kcal/100 ml
The perfect blend for a non-alcoholic wine
Merlot is one of the most grown red grape varieties. Wines from Merlot are often soft and smooth and are therefore very accessible to consumers. Typical flavor notes of cool climate Merlot wines are cherry, plums, raspberry, blackberry, bay leaf, liquorice and chocolate.
Pinot Noir produces elegant, velvety wines with typical notes of red fruits, flower and spices to evoke notes of raspberry, cherry, blackberry, hibiscus, bitter almonds and mushroom.
The rosé season is all year round when you get your hands on our non-alcoholic light sparkling rosé wine. Its soft, pastel pink hue compels us to take a sip. Its light prickly carbonation rewards our senses for doing so. Sadly, if you’re a mindful drinker, you may have passed on enjoying a glass here and there. But without alcohol-free Chateau del ISH’s Sparkling Rosé, where you once said “no” you can now say “yes.” Its pale salmon color hints at the plum, strawberry, and raspberry flavors derived from our blend of Merlot and Pinot Noir grapes. Moderate acidity and medium flavor intensity give you that classic rosé experience.
Alcohol-removed wine. Grape must. Rectified concentrated grape must. Carbon dioxide. Antioxidant: Ascorbic acid. Preservative: Sulphites