They look like wine. They smell like wine. And they taste pretty similar too! Our brand new range of wine alternatives is the perfect solution for all those who want to celebrate the Festive Season in style – but without the hangover…
We’ve developed three flavours – a Shiraz, a Chardonnay and a Rosé, and each one has a complex, sophisticated taste and aroma. It feels like you’re drinking a light wine, but there are none of the downsides. No sore head and no sawdust-in-your-mouth feeling the morning after. Hurray!
And just like the rest of Belvoir Fruit Farms’ drinks, the Wine Alternatives are only made using natural ingredients with no artificial additives, preservatives, colourings or sweeteners. There is no added sugar either.
You can find our Wine Alternatives range exclusively at Tesco until March 2017 and from then on at other supermarkets nationwide.
Meet the Range…
Belvoir Rosé without the Hangover
This non-alcoholic sparkling Rosé contains a carefully balanced blend of rosé, red and white grape juices with raspberry juice and a touch of orange blossom and jasmine extracts. With its clear rose-gold colour and crisp, lively sensation on the tongue, it has a nose of raspberry with a floral hint. Serve chilled, its slightly sweet and fruity Rosé grape flavour combines with a crisp, clean finish making it perfect for a refreshing aperitif.
Belvoir Chardonnay without the Hangover
For those who crave a chilled glass of white, reach instead for this non-alcoholic blend of Chardonnay and white grape juices with peach juice and elderflower & jasmine extracts. A pale straw yellow in colour, this drink has a complex, distinctive taste of white grape with a nose of grape and peach and delicate floral undertones. The sweet yet crisp flavour is great paired with chicken, fish or cheese.
Belvoir Shiraz without the Hangover
If you favour a more full-bodied red, Belvoir’s non-alcoholic blend of single strength Shiraz red grape juice with elderberry and blackcurrant juices, and a hint of black peppercorn and vanilla extracts, really hits the mark. It has a very ‘grown-up’ taste with a nose of blackcurrant, a touch of vanilla and a semi-sweet fruity flavour with an astringent, slightly mouth drying finish with a hint of spice, typically associated with a Shiraz red wine. Just like the alcoholic variety this rich dark red alcohol- free version slips down nicely with steak or boeuf bourguignon.