Another Alcohol Free Fizz hits the market!
At a time when beers, alcohol free gin is making great strides but the wine is not,it is fantastic that we have some fizz to champion where the producers seem to really care about the credentials and the packaging.
Overall Rank for Thomson & Scott Sparkling, 75cl
Now I don’t have a great relationship with alcohol free wines as I end up drinking grapefruit. However, it now seems we have a couple of options available on the alcohol free fizz market. Fizz is always a great option for wedding parties and at home celebrations.
The thing is, if we are zero alcohol drinks wise or “tea total” we get left out with a glass of orange juice and an odd stare. Luckily there are a few good options on the market now and this is one of them.
Alcohol Free fizz rating for Thomson & Scott. , 75cl is 8/10 based mainly on the fact the range in this area is not extensive in the alcohol free zone.
This is alcohol free fizz so get another big thumbs up from me. It uses 100% chardonnay grape vegan friendly and of course alcohol free. Good reviews overall and I can see why.
- The use of 100% pure grapes used for wine
- Reduced sugar and the owner prides herself on this
- Transparent label around vegan credentials
- Many people can’t tell the difference
- Gently sparking
The only con I can see is that some people do seem to compare it to a supermarket’s own brand but as I don’t know what that brand is and I have yet to find it, I maintain this criticism is a bit harsh when comparing prices. I have not seen these ranges hit the bars yet.
Alcohol Free Fizz Thomas and Scott Noughty comes in at around £8.99 which share a similar price with the others in the range so you can’t say fairer than that. You can purchase online here.
I would say this is a party drink, great for the usual wedding, parties, and early evening get-togethers.
Another great addition to the alcohol free-range and as a champion of alcohol free alternatives I would certainly like to champion this one.