Raumland Sparkling White Grape Juice (Organic)

SKU #1027119

Made from organic Müller-Thurgau, Riesling & Bacchus. For those special occasions when no booze will do. Just give us a second, and we'll come up with one... Baby shower, perhaps, or a wine tasting for Mormons? Seriously, this is arguably the BEST non alcoholic libation we've had in a good long while. From one of Germany's most promising Sekthauses. Not at all cloying, this grapey but balanced sparkler even goes with food. Juicy peach, pear, raspberry and lime with an added splash of mango, grapefruit and tangerine. Well proportioned with a long finish. Bright, fresh, clean and crisp. An excellent apéritif and very versatile with light to medium flavored dishes, creamy pasta, pork and poultry.

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Staff Image By: Chiara Shannon | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 8/18/2009 | Send Email
I happen to be that age right now when all my friends are getting pregnant. Ladies, this sparkling grape juice in non-alcoholic, drier than what you would expect, very fresh, and utterly drinkable. Enjoy in a flute and toast yourself.

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