Non-Alcoholic Wine Review

Lyre’s Classico (Australia)

Lyre's Classico
Lyre’s Classico

Lyre’s Classico: Review

Before we start: If you are new to drinking non-alcoholic wine try my 2 minute Guide to Non-Alcoholic Wine. Lyre’s Classico is a non-alcoholic white sparkling drink. On the can it says it can mixed with Aperol or Lyre’s non-alcoholic equivalent to make an Aperol Spritz. As a consequence Lyre’s Classico is positioned as being an equivalent to prosecco wine, though nothing in Lyre’s marketing actually says it tastes of prosecco. This is a good thing, because it doesn’t taste like prosecco at all. It is a pleasant drink that is reminiscent of a floral based cordials with a hint of sherbet.

18 calories per 100ml, so much better for waistline than any alcoholic wine.

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Drink by itself, or do what it says on the can an make an Aperol Spritz type drink. Drink with fish dishes or a ewe’s milk cheese,

Where to Buy

Most easily available via one of the three online non-alcoholic wine specialists, Sans Drinks, CraftZero and Alcofree for about AUD 5 per 250ml can. I got from Decanters on the Bay in Port Melbourne. .

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