Let us introduce you to so called non alcoholic wines. You technically cannot call them wines as they contain 0% alcohol. It is perfect as an extra bottle on the table for the ones who need to drive or simply decided not to drink. It is a drink of inclusivity.
Le Petit Beret is not only organic and alcohol free, these bottles are also vegan and halal friendly, gluten free and made without any added sulphites, additives, sugars or preservatives.
This is a unique product (aka non alcoholic wine) which offers adults an alternative drink with no alcohol, thats also delicious and health conscious. To make these 'wines', the entire process follows the same as almost every other wine, but it misses the step of fermentation, meaning that with the rigorous tests, you can finally have an organic wine that has 0.0% abv.
This non alcoholic wine case consists of these bottles:
Le Petit Beret Rouge Fruite, France - this organic and alcohol free alternative to wine has an intense ruby red colour with purple hues. The aromas are captivating with both red and black fruits, including raspberries, strawberries and black cherries. On the palate its velvety, with soft and delicate notes of red and black fruits again that are structured and enjoyable, but easy to drink with its light tannins. Great with beef tartare, tuna tataki with sesame seeds and veal.
Le Petit Beret Rouge Intense, France - this thoroughly delicious organic vine juice has a deep and captivating purple colour. It has complex aromas of black currants, black pepper, liquorice, herbs and fine vanilla notes. With beautiful structure and flavour profile of the Syrah grape, underlined by a freshness that makes way for tannins that are perfectly rich and melted and offer a magnificent structure in the mouth. Roast poultry, grilled red meats, duck breast with cherries will all be very satisfying!
Le Petit Beret Muscat Sec, France - this delicate vine juice with a colour is gentle with the aromas of rose petals, lychee and ripe pineapple. The palate offers a rich and full feeling in the mouth, with beautiful grape flavours, a floral liveliness and a light-bitterness that are expected of the Muscat grape. Enjoy with smoked salmon and poached asparagus!
Le Petit Beret Muscat Doux, France - with its intense nose thats typical of muscat, the ripe fruit aromas are blended harmoniously with fresh floral notes, fine notes of roses, lychees and ripe pineapples make the complex complex and intoxicating. The palate is tender, the sweetness emphasises the aromas of pineapple, lychee and delicate touches of rose petals. The balance is perfect in smoothness, freshness and fine notes of bitterness that prolong the persistence. Terrine of foie gras with mango chutney, a chicken with quince, a tart with apricots or salads of exotic fruits will compliment this wine perfectly.
Le Petit Beret Rose Prestige, France - this is truly delicious, with a shimmering pink colour, the nose of this delightful organic vine juice exudes the intense and charming aromas of cherry, red berries, raspberry and grapefruit. It has a rich palette and array of flavours with beautiful notes of citrus fruits that give this wine a nice freshness and a nice aftertaste. Oyster salads, oven roasted salmon, curry shrimp skewers, charred prawns or chicken with lemongrass will delight and excite.
Le Petit Beret Petillant Blanc de Blanc, France - this is complex, this is fruity and this has a rich taste with notes of nutmeg, pineapple, rose petals and jasmine flowers. This drink really is heaven in a glass for anyone wither you abstain from alcohol or not! This sparkling vine juice feels round in the mouth and the bubbles blend beautifully with the structure, highlighted by the light bitter and intense fruity flavours that prolong in the aftertaste. Dishes with exotic fruits, a meringue lemon tart, a raspberry macaroon and lychee, or simply as an aperitif, will help to showcase your exceptional dinner party skills!
We hope that you enjoy this case of 'non alcoholic wine' and buy this wine online!
Please note: in order to make these wines, the have not undergone and de-alcoholization process and without the use of any chemicals. The more correct way to call it is 'vine juice'.
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Read more about no sulphites added wine labelling here (short read). Find out more about differences between organic, vegan and natural wines here (long read).