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Eisberg alcohol-free wine (review)

July 6, 2014
Eisberg alcohol-free wine

Eisberg alcohol-free wine

 

I got out the habit of drinking alcohol when I was pregnant and then breastfeeding.

There are some advantages of not drinking. I sleep more consistently, and am less likely to snore. Plus it is really nice not to have hangovers. I think my skin looks better. And drinking fewer calories means I can eat more cake and chocolate without getting fat.

But sometimes I really fancy having a glass of wine, with the feeling of it being a ‘grown-up’ treat. And at parties and social gatherings, I don’t always want to have to explain to people why I am not drinking something that looks like what they have in their glass. So I was pleased to be offered the opportunity to review Eisberg alcoholic-free wine here on my blog.

I chose to try the Riesling. It tasted lovely and refreshing on a sunny day with my Sunday lunch. Perhaps a little sweeter than I would choose if I were buying normal wine, so I might try the Chardonnay next time.

They also do a Rosé and a red Cabernet Sauvignon. The full range is available in Morrisons and selected varieties are available in Asda, Waitrose, RRP £3.50. So cheaper than real wine too!

I was sent a bottle of Eisberg Alcohol-Free Wine for the purposes of this review. Photograph, words and opinions are my own.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. July 6, 2014 8:24 pm

    I am almost 8 months into BFing my wee boy and haven’t had a drink since before I fell pregnant with him. I’m sure even one glass of wine now would knock me for six, and the idea of a hangover and two small children does not appeal!!! But like you say, there are days when I’ve just really fancied a glass of something. I usually go for Schloer but will keep my eyes peeled for this in Asda 😃

    • July 7, 2014 10:06 pm

      Personally I find Schloer way too sweet. But I’m with you on wanting to avoid hangovers!

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