Non-Alcoholic Wine Review

Bohemia Sekt Non-Alcoholic Sparkling White (Germany)

Bohemia Sekt
Bohemia Sekt

Henkell & Co Bohemia Sekt Sparkling White: Review

Before we start: If you are new to drinking non-alcoholic wine try my 2 minute Guide to Non-Alcoholic Wine. Bohemia Sekt Sparkling is a non-vintage zero-alcohol sparkling white wine made by Henkell & Co in Germany. It has a clean pale lemon colour, and a clean light nose. Flavours of grapefruit, lime and fresh cut apple. There’s the slightest hint of biscuits and bread in the mouth. Acceptable drink.

Most non-alcoholic sparkling white wines have a degree of citrus flavour to them. Plus and Minus Blanc de Blancs, and Barton & Guestier Blanc Sparkling are drier and less have less citrus, De Bortolio Fizzero much more. Pick your spot.

The bottle cost AUD 12 which is a lower price than most decent non-alcoholic sparkling wines.

Energy is111kJ per 100ml, so roughly one quarter of the same volume of alcoholic wine.

If you like this you might also like….

Plus and Minus Blanc de Blancs: The benchmark Australian sparkling dry non-alcoholic white.

Barton & Guestier Blanc Sparkling . French non-alcoholic wine that is nearest to a champagne style.

Fizzero: More citrus in the mouth. Refreshing party stuff.

Food Matching | Food Pairing

Soft goats milk cheese.

Where to Buy

I got mine online from Craftzero. It’ll cost about AUD 12 which is at the lower end for a non-alcoholic wine.

1 comment

  1. Thanks for your review of Bohemia Sekt. Being from that part of world and having enjoyed many of the alcoholic versions of this bubbly, I am pretty sure it is made in the Czech Republic rather than Germany as you suggest in your titleā€¦

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