Plus and Minus Blanc de Blancs: 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 Non-Alcoholic Drinks Picks. Plus and Minus Blanc de Blancs faces the same two questions that every non-alcoholic drink advertised as ‘wine’ faces and they are ‘Is is a good wine?’ and ‘If it is not a nice wine then at least is it a nice drink?’
I’ve tried several non-alcoholic wines and most are neither a nice wine nor a nice drink. So, it was a very pleasant surprise that Plus and Minus Blanc de Blancs actually tastes like wine. Taste this blind you’d think this was an alcoholic wine and think it no different to most other sparking wines. Sure, it is not an Arras or Krug, but first base with an non-alcoholic wine is that is in the pack, it tastes reasonable. And this does, though it is ever so slightly on the sharper side of sparkling. However, it is clean, crisp, refreshing and importantly, and perfectly nice drink. So are this price point it s good value, especially since you get the flavour without the hangover. Do it. Get it.
If you like this you might also like….
Barton & Guestier Blanc Sparkling. Probably the best zero-alcohol sparkling wine out there…at a price.
Oddbird Spumante: Non-alcoholic prosecco from Italy. Up there with the best.
Jacob’s Creek Unvined Sparkling: Don’t stick you nose up at the brand. This is good stuff at a good price.
Food Matching | Food Pairing
Party hard with no regrets, or eat with a soft cheese such as Boatshed Tempest Buffalo Brie , Chamela, or Prom Country’s Black Sheep ewe’s milk cheese, or see my cheese and wine pairing guide for more options.