If you’re a prosecco fan looking for a zero-alcohol alternative during Ocsober, you can still get your sparkle on with new Plus and Minus Prosecco.
“Prosecco continues to trend in Australia, as does the demand for great tasting zero alcohol wines and so crafting a zero-alcohol Prosecco was seemingly the perfect combination,” said Ross Marshall, general manager, Fourth Wave Wine. “Plus and Minus Prosecco ticks all the boxes if you still want to enjoy a delicious Prosecco without the addition of alcohol.”
The wine features notes of citrus and just-cut apple on the nose, together with a softly effervescent palate that delivers a firm weight with good fruit flavour. It has a touch of sweet fruit and a cleansing acidity on the finish.
“Whether you are looking to go sober in October, enjoy a cosy-up dinner with your partner, or a Zoom party with friends, Plus and Minus Prosecco is a great option,” Marshall added. “It tastes great on its own or is a fabulous addition to a wide variety of cocktails, from zero-alcohol Aperol Spritz, to Margheritas and more.”
Irene Falcone, owner of alcohol-free drinks company, Sans Drinks said: “Prosecco is currently enjoying a bit of a moment. In the UK, Prosecco has been outselling Champagne, in fact, such is the thirst for Prosecco that it’s become a bit of a lifestyle trend with Prosecco merchandise and even a Prosecco festival. It will be really interesting to see if this trend is adopted in Australia. As for non-alcoholic Prosecco – it’s so exciting to see wine makers including this variety in their offerings.”
The Plus and Minus zero-alcohol range is available from major liquor retailers nationally at $15 RRP each. For further information, visit: www.fourthwavewine.com.au
New Plus and Minus alcohol-free wine range launches
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