If you have run out of bubbly during lockdown, don’t worry, there are non-alcoholic options out there which retailers are allowed to sell. And although a non-alcoholic wine will never quite taste the same, there have been some great improvements in the market. I tried the Robertson Winery non-alcoholic dry pink sparkling wine and it was rather refreshing.
With an enticing salmon pink blush, welcoming aromas of Turkish delight, cinnamon and strawberry lead to a lively palate filled with enchanting flavours of fresh juicy strawberries, with hints of rose petals and candy floss, and a dry tingling finish. Robertson Winery Non-Alcoholic Dry Sparkling Pink is refreshingly fun, decidedly fruity, charmingly drinkable, vibrantly packaged and very easy to love! Serve well-chilled to keep the bubbles and flavours at their peak.
Enjoy this bubbly on its own or with flavoursome canapés – also see recipe below for a delicious strawberry float cocktail.
Robertson Winery’s Non-Alcoholic Dry Sparkling Pink is available for purchase at the winery, online at https://shop.robertsonwinery.co.za/, and nationally at leading grocers and liquor retailers for just R55 a bottle.
More non-alcoholic wines in the range
Robertson Winery’s Range of Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Wines includes a Sweet Sparkling White, a Sweet Sparkling Pink, a Dry Sparkling White and the latest Dry Sparkling Pink. Grapes grown in Robertson Winery’s lime-rich soil produce elegant sparkling wines with finesse. The alcohol in these wines has been carefully removed to preserve the fruity aromas and vibrant flavours. Robertson Winery’s Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Wines are available for purchase at the winery, online at https://shop.robertsonwinery.co.za/, and nationally at leading grocers and liquor retailers.
ROBERTSON WINERY, 160km from Cape Town, is situated in the beautiful Robertson Wine Valley. The tasting room is open seven days a week.