Noughty Non-Alcoholic Rosé
Noughty Non-Alcoholic Rosé
Noughty Non-Alcoholic Rosé
Noughty Non-Alcoholic Rosé
Noughty Non-Alcoholic Rosé
Noughty Non-Alcoholic Rosé
Noughty Non-Alcoholic Rosé
Noughty Non-Alcoholic Rosé
Noughty Non-Alcoholic Rosé

Noughty Non-Alcoholic Rosé

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Beautifully crafted Provençal-style Rosé Wine from South Africa. <0.5% ABV.

Produced using grapes harvested from dry-land farmed vineyards in the Western Cape region. The vineyards are strategically planted on south-west facing slopes to capture cool breezes from the Atlantic Ocean and cold Benguela current. Deep soils from decomposed granite, clay rich, with good drainage.

With 14 days fermentation at 14-15°C, the grapes and juice are handled reductively to prevent oxidation and lock in fruitiness. The wine is left on lees for 2 months to add complexity. The wine is then dealcoholized by way of a gently spun cone technology. This is done under vacuum and at low temperature to ensure that the wine retains its distinctive body, colour and flavour.

£6.95 for standard 3-4 days (see note below)

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Vintage: Non-Vintage

Varietal: 98% Chenin Blanc / 2% Pinotage

Vineyards: The grapes are harvested from dry-land farmed vineyards in the Western Cape region, where the vines are not trellised and are planted as bush vines. The vineyards are strategically planted on south-west facing slopes to capture cool breezes from the Atlantic Ocean and cold Benguela current. Deep soils from decomposed granite, clay rich, with good drainage. 

Winemaking: With 14 days fermentation at 14-15°C, the grapes and juice are handled reductively to prevent oxidation and lock in fruitiness. The wine is left on lees for 2 months to add complexity. The wine is then dealcoholized by way of a gently spun cone technology. This is done under vacuum and at low temperature to ensure that the wine retains its distinctive body, colour and flavour.

Tasting Notes: This is a Provence style rosé with ripe summer berries, giving way to fresh and peachy aromas and a balanced palate with a lingering finish.

Pairing: Great alternative to any elegant alcoholic rosé wine to be paired accordingly.

Information:

Alcohol: Less than 0.5% Vol.
Residual Sugar: 2.8g/100ml
Kcal: 19/100ml
Sulphur Dioxide: Less than 150mg/l