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Blurred Vines Spark Alt Wine 75cl

Sparkling Wine
2.000000000 star rating 3 Reviews
Blurred Vines is a groundbreaking project in the alcohol-free category. Created by winemakers and plant scientists, Spark is a sparkling rosé alternative designed as an eye-opening party starter and is a plant-based brew of botanicals and fruit wine. Vibrant, complex and aromatic with flavours of strawberry, herbs and tea, this has substance and a touch of tannic grip (like red wine) with a noticeably spicy hit of chilli on the finish which is both stimulating and surprising. Intriguing, different and compelling, and we believe it offers one of the best experiences for wine drinkers looking to moderate their alcohol intake. Store in a cool dry place out of sunlight. Best served chilled in a Champagne flute. Refrigerate after opening and consume within 48 hours. If you are sensitive to specific ingredients please refer to the ingredients, nutritional and allergen information below.
Price: £16.00 Bottle
Price: £96.00 Case of 6
In Stock
Code: WA571

Wine characteristics

  • Sparkling Wine
  • 3 - Dry, rich
  • 75cl
  • 0% Alcohol
  • no oak influence
  • Crown cap

Cold brew botanical blend of; (guayusa, black tea, green tea), redcurrant juice, strawberry juice, fermented fruit wine (water, apricot juice concentrate, white grape juice concentrate, wine yeast), botanical extracts of; (hibiscus flower, green tea (L-theanine), schisandra berry, cayenne pepper), gum acacia, white wine vinegar, wine tannin, natural flavors, tartaric acid, malic acid, mineral salts of; (potassium, magnesium), vitamins; (C, B3, B6, B7, B12).

Nutritional Information: (Per 100ml) KCal 21 - 88Kj, Fat 0.2g (of which saturates 0.2g), Carbohydrates 3.6g (of which sugars 2g), Protein 0.2g, Salt TRACE, High natural caffeine content (19mg-100ml).

Not recommended: for children, if pregnant or breastfeeding. Seek professional advice if taking medication.

Please check ingredients & nutritional information for possible allergens.

The Observer

According to Alcohol Concern, something in the region of 9 million people are taking a month off drinking for Dry January this year. And for the most part they (at the time of writing, we) are as likely...
According to Alcohol Concern, something in the region of 9 million people are taking a month off drinking for Dry January this year. And for the most part they (at the time of writing, we) are as likely to look for soft drinks that are interesting in and of themselves as opposed to de-fanged versions of their favourite booze. In my view, examples of the former are in any case the most interesting of the new ‘no-lo’ drinks that have emerged in the past couple of years. Drinks such as Blurred Vines red Spark and white Sharp, both skilfully fermented blends of tea and a range of botanicals, are wonderfully complex, satisfying drinks that, despite their name, are not so much wine as their own delicious new thing.
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David Williams

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Jane MacQuitty

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One of the most exciting new arrivals [in the no-alcohol category] ... gives you some of the flavours and joy of real wine, thanks to a mix of unusual teas and fermented fruits … served cold, its zingy...
One of the most exciting new arrivals [in the no-alcohol category] ... gives you some of the flavours and joy of real wine, thanks to a mix of unusual teas and fermented fruits … served cold, its zingy spritz makes a good aperitif,
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Jane MacQuitty

The Observer

According to Alcohol Concern, something in the region of 9 million people are taking a month off drinking for Dry January this year. And for the most part they (at the time of writing, we) are as likely...

According to Alcohol Concern, something in the region of 9 million people are taking a month off drinking for Dry January this year. And for the most part they (at the time of writing, we) are as likely to look for soft drinks that are interesting in and of themselves as opposed to de-fanged versions of their favourite booze. In my view, examples of the former are in any case the most interesting of the new ‘no-lo’ drinks that have emerged in the past couple of years. Drinks such as Blurred Vines red Spark and white Sharp, both skilfully fermented blends of tea and a range of botanicals, are wonderfully complex, satisfying drinks that, despite their name, are not so much wine as their own delicious new thing.

Read more

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