Crisp and with citrus notes
Wednesday’s Domaine Piquant has the hallmarks of being prepared with great thoughtfulness. It’s not too sweet, nor too concerned with throwing big flavours at the mix to hide the lack of alcohol. The nose offers great wafts of granny smith with a touch of green vegetation and the taste has a mineral flintiness and a mouth-filling acidity. The addition of quinine flavouring gives just a hint of bitterness to the finish. The only weakness, I would say, is a slight wateriness. It’s a problem every non-alcoholic wine has to manage – it’s hard to replicate the rounded mouthfeel of ethanol and this definitely has a thinness that true wine doesn’t. But let that pass: in all other accounts this is grown up and enjoyable.
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