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Ariel Cabernet Sauvignon

Ariel Cabernet Sauvignon 2020 (USA)

Ariel Cabernet Sauvignon 2020 : Review Before we start: If you are new to drinking non-alcoholic wine try my 2 minute Guide to Non-Alcoholic Wine or my Top Rated Alcohol Free Wines. Ariel Cabernet Sauvignon is up there as one of the easiest to find non-alcoholic wines. On the back label it says it is […]

Gus by Stone & Crow

Gus by Stone & Crow (Yarra Valley, VIC)

Gus by Stone & Crow: Review Moreish soft cheese with fresh dairy flavours. Gus by Stone & Crow is a surface ripened lactic triple cream cow’s milk cheese made in the Yarra Valley, Victoria and is vegetarian friendly. It’s an ivory white colour and remains soft without turning to goo as it approaches its best […]

Wolf Blass Zero Sauvignon Blanc

Wolf Blass Zero Sauvignon Blanc (Australia)

Wolf Blass Zero Sauvignon Blanc: Review Before we start: If you are new to drinking non-alcoholic wine try my 2 minute Guide to Non-Alcoholic Wine, or my Top Rated Non-Alcoholic Wine Picks. A very gently flavoured non-alcoholic wine. Wolf Blass Zero Sauvignon Blanc is very very pale in colour, verging on being as clear as […]

Driftwood by Long Paddock Cheese

Driftwood by Long Paddock (Castlemaine, VIC)

Driftwood by Long Paddock: Review Fun cheese to stick in the oven and bake and when it gets all hot and runny dip bread and crackers into. Driftwood by Long Paddock is made from organic cow’s milk using vegetarian-friendly rennet. The rind is a multi-coloured affair in shaded of ochre with a speckled white flour […]

Santa Digna Sauvignon Blanc 2019

Santa Digna De-Alcoholised Sauvignon Blanc 2019 (Chile)

Santa Digna De-Alcoholised Sauvignon Blanc: Review Before we start: If you are new to drinking non-alcoholic wine try my 2 minute Guide to Non-Alcoholic Wine, or my Top Rated Non-Alcoholic Wine Picks. A very dry good non-alcoholic savvy B. Santa Digna Alcohol Free Sauvignon Blanc is made by Migueul Torres and is vegan friendly, carries […]

Rowlett Reserve by Prom Country

Powlett Reserve by Prom Country (Gippsland, VIC)

Powlett Reserve by Prom Country: Review Powlett Reserve by Prom Country is a cow’s milk cheese made from Gippsland organic milk from nearby Wattle Bank Farm. It is vegetarian friendly, has a pale yellow-brownish rind leading into a light yellow colour paste that has a delightfully mild dairy nutty flavour. The texture seals the experience. […]

Lautus Savvy Red

Lautus Savvy Red (Stellenbosch, South Africa)

Lautus Savvy Red : Review Before we start: If you are new to drinking non-alcoholic wine try my 2 minute Guide to Non-Alcoholic Wine or my Top Rated Alcohol Free Wines. Simply the best dry red non-alcoholic wine I’ve had. For a long time I have thought Australia’s Newblood Shiraz as the best, but Lautus […]

Truffled Cheddar by Tamar Valley

Truffled Cheddar by Tamar Valley Truffles (Tamar Valley, TAS)

Truffled Cheddar by Tamar Valley Truffles: Review Truffled Cheddar by Tamar Valley Truffles is a 14 month aged cow’s milk cheddar that has been infused with black truffle and truffle oil, and made in Tasmania. It is a block cheddar that comes encased in a thin white wax. Cutting inside reveals a soft ivory-yellow paste […]

Wolf Blass Zero Shiraz

Wolf Blass Zero Shiraz (Australia)

Wolf Blass Zero Shiraz: Review Before we start: If you are new to drinking non-alcoholic wine try my 2 minute Guide to Non-Alcoholic Wine or my Top Rated Alcohol Free Wines. On the back label of Wolf Blass Zero Shiraz it says “Enjoy without moderation”. Made me smile. It is, of course, one of the […]

Nightwalker by Stone and Crow

Nightwalker by Stone and Crow (Yarra Valley, VIC)

Nightwalker by Stone and Crow: Review Tasted when ripened seven days past the ‘best before’ date. Nightwalker by Stone and Crow is a cow’s milk washed rind cheese with a savoury umani taste with some woody notes. The orange rind gives off a moderate ammonia smell, and encases a soft yellow paste that is nearly […]

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