Tesco has introduced two new non-alcoholic sparkling Prosecco-alikes under its finest range that won’t make “embarrassment “if taken to a party. The two sparklers – an Alcohol Free Pinotage Blush and Alcohol Free Chenin Blanc Sparkling from South Africa – went on rack across the country this week (RRP: £2.75 per 75cl), however are being promoted in the soft drinks aisle. Tesco said the two beverages have been fermented until quite recently before the point that they turn alcoholic.
Drinks buyer Tauseef Parkar said there were a lot of non-alcoholic wines on the market, yet said these were the nearest guess of the genuine article regarding taste. “We trust that these new beverages, which have been produced for us, will offer those consumers wishing to stay away from liquor and taste the nearest to a genuine glass of wine,” he said. “Both beverages are delightfully light and invigorating, overflowing with summer enhances and have been made as a non-alcoholic match for Prosecco and Prosecco Blush.”
“They are additionally intended to look like rich containers of sparkling wine, as opposed to fruity seasoned soft drinks – something that would make a wow factor.