Non-Alcoholic Wine Review

Ashbolt Farm Elderflower Sparkling White (TAS)

Ashbolt Farm Elderflower Sparkling White
Ashbolt Farm Elderflower Sparkling White

Ashbolt Farm Elderflower Sparkling White: Review

Lovely aromatic off-dry and alcohol-free white sparkling wine. Ashbolt Farm Elderflower Sparkling White has not been through fermentation and as a result has never had alcohol in it. Because of this there’s no risk of the wet cardboard flavours that blight many alcohol free wines. Lovely aromatics of elderberry and a bright taste with hints fruit cordial and lychee. It’s off-dry with sugar following water as the main ingredient (6.0 grams per 100ml), followed by lemon then elderflower.

This is a delightful and refreshing long drink that tastes of being in the sun.

I reviewed the red version of

If you like this you might also like….

Ashbolt Farm Elderflower red wine – sibling red sparkling wine from the same company with more berry

Plus and Minus Sparkling White – a benchmark non-alcoholic sparking white wine

McGuigan Zero Sparkling– another benchmark and more commonly available non-alcoholic sparking white wine

Food Matching | Food Pairing

Go for a soft white mould cheese like a brie or camembert, There are many formidable Australian ones such as

L’Artisan Marcel , Chamela, or Boatshed Tempest. See my cheese and wine pairing guide for more options.

Where to Buy

bought mine from IGA. You can also order direct online from Ashbolt Farm.

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