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Gratien & Meyer Festillant Sparkling Sans Alcool

Gratien & Meyer Festillant Sparkling Sans Alcool

Beat the breathalyser! If fizz must be de-alcoholised, it's reassuring to know that it started life in the expert hands of Gratien & Meyer, makers of The Society's best sparklers. The fruit is from Gascony, there is just one fermentation, in the bottle, and the alcohol is eliminated by a process of vacuum distillation. Serve well chilled on its own or complement its lemony, appley notes with a dash of fruit cordial.

Availability
In Stock
Bottle
£4.25
Case of 6
£25.50
Product Code
WA281
Product Type
Low/No Alcohol
Style
4 (of 9): Medium/off dry
Oak Influence
No oak flavour
Drink Dates
Within one year of purchase
Closure Type
Cork, Plastic






"At every gathering there are always no alcohol drinkers or those who are driving. This is a must for every party it is pleasant to drink inexpensive and tastes of wine. All can now feel part of the celebration. "

Mr Alistair E Niven (08-Jul-2013)


"I just love this alcohol free wine. I have tried quite a few different types of alcohol free wines over the years. If you have had the bottle in a very cold fridge just let it warm a little before you drink it and then you'll get the full benefit of it flavour. The Wine Society alcohol wines are the best I have ever had."

Miss Alexandra Wootton (14-Sep-2011)


"We have enjoyed this non-alcoholic "fizz" very much. It's good value too, and enabled drivers, expectant mothers and others who don't want alcohol to join in celebratory drinks without feeling they are relegated to fruit juice."

Mr David R Wynn (05-Apr-2011)


"I agree that the nose of the Festillant is not the most pleasant but as a non-alcohol drink, its good value for money and not too sweet. It's a handy stand-by to have to abide by the drink/drive rules."

Ms Antoinette Traynor (02-Jan-2011)


"A real disappointment. My wife hit the nail on the head by likening the nose to "disinfectant." Just about OK mixed with elderflower cordial."

Clive T Couzens Esq (10-Jun-2010)

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