One of the better alcohol free rosés
Adnams foray into the low alcohol wine market definitely smells like wine – albeit at the slightly acidic end of the spectrum. It’s also a pleasing colour – reminiscent of heavier, more robust roses, rather than paler more delicate ones. Made in Spain, it uses the state-of-the-art spinning cone technology to remove the alcohol.
Tastewise – well actually it’s not bad, which is a bit of a resounding success in the non-alcohol wine market. It doesn’t have that thin wateriness that makes you think why bother, and does actually feel like you are drinking wine. The mouth feel is quite viscous. The flavours are said to be “delicate raspberry and loganberry”, to my palate it was more appley with raspberry hints, but it wasn’t as sweet as it sounds. It’s a pleasant experience and superior, I think, to the Torres rose.
Anyway, it’s good mixed with fizzy water for a spritzer, it’s good summer quaffing with a few cubes of ice and it makes me want to try the rest of the Adnams low alcohol wine range. The bad news is that it’s not much of a calorie saving on the real thing as it weighs in at about 70 calories for a 175ml glass.
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