Richard Juhlin Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Wine
From internationally renowned champagne connoisseur and wine critic, Richard Juhlin, comes a truly exceptional French sparkling non-alcoholic white wine made from 100% Chardonnay grapes. The wine comes from Limoux which is a municipality in the department of Aude in the region of Occitania in the south of France. Wine historians believe that the world’s first sparkling wine was produced in this region in 1531.
Richard Juhlin, developed, produced and distribute these premium non-alcoholic wines. This Blanc de Blancs has a well-balanced freshness, crispy acid and beautiful notes of lime and green apples.
This wine is stored in small oak casks and then de-alcoholised using a gentle patented method that leaves the wines’ natural aroma and character intact. This is an excellent and rare high-quality, non-alcoholic sparkling white wine from France.
Richard Juhlin Blanc de Blancs contains 0.0% ABV, 17.0 k/cals and 4.3 gms of carbs/sugar p/100mL. The 750mL traditional bottles are sold in cases of 6 bottles