Non-Alcoholic Wine Review

Fizzero Zero Alcohol Sparkling White (Germany)

Fizzero Zero Alcohol Sparkling White
Fizzero Zero Alcohol Sparkling White

Fizzero Zero Alcohol Sparkling White: Review

Before we start: If you are new to drinking non-alcoholic wine try my 2 minute Guide to Non-Alcoholic Wine. Fizzero Zero Alcohol Sparkling White is a combination of fermented grape juice and green tea. On tasting I kept thinking about lemon or lime sweets made with sherbet, or sometimes lemon curd. White there are several zero-alcohol wines with citrus flavours, this wine is at the most extreme end of this spectrum. It’s a balanced off-dry drink that tastes a long way from a dry champagne style. If the concentrated candied citrus is your thing you’ll love this. Think parties and summer joy.

The bottle cost AUD 9 which is a lower price than most decent non-alcoholic sparkling wines.

Energy is 85kJ per 100ml, so roughly one fifth of the same volume of alcoholic wine.

If you like this you might also like….

Henkell & Co Bohemia Sekt Sparkling: Another sparkling with a citrus emphasis, but a little more dialed back.

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.

Food Matching | Food Pairing

Soft goats milk cheese.

Where to Buy

I got mine online from Craftzero. It’ll cost about AUD 9 which is at the lower end for a non-alcoholic wine.

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