A quaffable, lively sparkling rosé
Sold in a bottle that looks like a quite feminine and classy proscecco, this actually mixes fermented grape juice with green tea to give a light – in every way as it’s less than 30 calories for a 175ml glass – fresh and appealing drink. The nose is realistically boozy and prosecco like, though there does seem to be a bit of a hint of wet dog in the mix too. The taste is sweet and grapey but not as sweet as some non-alcohol wines and there is a crispness which is to be welcomed. There is also some depth – which is perhaps given by the green tea, a means of adding flavour without increasing the sugar. The bubbles are good, the mouth feel is good too. All in all it’s not bad at all. Amazingly, it has got a resounding 4.5 out of 5 from Amazon reviewers and there are more than 1,200 of them, who praise it for its taste and its bargain price £3-£3.50. I’m not sure I’d give it 4.5 but would give 3.5.
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