Edenvale Tempranillo Cabernet Sauvignon 750mL
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- <0.5% ABV
- The Spanish Expedition Series
- 12 Calories per 100mL
- Product of Spain
A Tempranillo Cabernet Sauvignon, try and think of a better combination… you won’t. This gorgeous de-alcoholised wine is deep in colour and has a full body, a rich flavour, and a spicy finish. When drinking it aromas of cherry and vanilla engulf your senses and while you taste hints of blackberry bramble and fig. This wine is best paired with Italian food, so it’s time to order yourself a pizza and open up the bottle.
Average quantity per 100mL; Energy (kJ) 50, Protein (g) 0.2, Total Fat (g) <01, Carbohydrate (g) 3, -Sugar (g) 2.8, Sodium (mg) 1.6, ORAC Score 9680 Umol
De-alcoholised wine (94% approx.), Grape juice concentrate (6% approx.), Preservative (220) added, this product may have been produced with the aid of milk and traces may remain.
Nice light red
This was better after being opened for 24 hours. It is a light red and smells good. It has a slight grape juice aftertaste but you get used to it.
Not for me, tasted like ribena
The best red wine so far
I think I've tried every red - the good, the bad, and the ****. Without fail almost all of them have tasted like grape juice, or wine flavoured water. Finally, a wine that tastes like wine! It's still much lighter, closer to tempranillo than the cab Sauv, but it has a lovely taste, a proper finish, and I can drink more than one sip! Very happy to have found this one.
Better than expected
Very good, with some reach taste (unusual for alcohol removed wine), best non alcoholic wine that I have drink this decade (and I love alcoholic wine too, though could not drink too often). Of course it is not the same test like real wine, that is impossible, but still big positive surprise. PS. It is my second review, as the first one surprisingly was lost.
Surprise I have been drinking dealcoholized wines for years (I love also alcoholic but could drink them that often), and Edenvale generally produce good stuff, as good as non-alcoholic wine can be. However, this wine was big surprise for me, its test is getting close to real wine. It has some dept, which I was missing in other wines tasted so far. Of course, it is not real wine, and it is impossible to make “fake” wine taste like real, at least so far.
Not a bad drop
My previous experiences of non alcoholic wine have been disappointing as they are invariably far too sweet, this one though is not bad. There is a slight underlying sweetness, but not enough to put me off. I have yet to discover just the right red wine replacement, but this is ok in the meantime.