Alcohol Free Fizz – The New Prosecco for Zero Alcohol Drinkers?
Yes in my view, its good because the market is seriously lacking so I appauld this. We need more choice at the pre-dinner moment, the party or awards event.
Overall Rank for Scavi & Ray Alcohol Free Sparkling, 75cl
Now I don’t have a great relationship with alcohol free wines as I think it’s generally missing a few stars and my passion remains mocktails beer and presse. So imagine my excitement when a few alcohol free fizz options broke into the market. My journey as a drinker before I had to give it up totally was from champagne to prosecco and a bit of cava mixed in.
Great for a celebration or a tipple before a meal. As with all these things it was part of an event. So imagine my excitement at getting a few alcoholic free fizz options on the market that really shout about their zero alcohol credentials.
Alcohol Free fizz rating for Scavi & Ray Alcohol Free Sparkling, 75cl is 8/10 but bear in mind this is skewed because I have so few to compare against.
Scavi and Ray is an alcohol free fizz so gets a big thumbs up from me. It lends itself to dry mode and fruits are a bit smoky but you can sense pear, citrus and vanilla and it is subtly sweet unlike many others out there. Think grape juice well this is not!
- GREAT ALCOHOL FREE FIZZ more PROSECCO than cava or champagne. Try not to be snobbish please !
- Many alcohol alternatives in the wine areas are for me far too sweet but they use the same grape as Prosecco which really helps with the taste in my view.
- Its award-winning in terms of drinkable for MUM’s which I think shows they know there are choice issues out there. I really liked this. So safe for nursing mums and mums to be.
- Given the high calories in some alcohol free drinks here we are talking 30 calories per glass. Important as many consumers think no alcohol equals low calories and it doesn’t.
Firstly I applaud this coming to market as it’s desperately needed but it should be noted that it has 0.05% alcohol but on the upside this is the same as natural food such as bananas as some burgers roll so I get it part of the natural brewing food process but they have good warranties on their products. Some may say it’s a bit too sweet but it’s one of the best out there and more dry than I have experienced.
Alcohol Free Fizz from Scavi and Ray comes in at around £8.99 a bottle which I think is very reasonable, You can buy it online here.
I would say this is a party drink. You know the sort before a reception or party, dinner maybe? Definitely awards. They never have any alternative there. It’s sometimes just having the sparkle in front of you.
An excellent addition for me personally to have some Alcohol Free Fizz to turn to and their credentials and guidance for new mums seem well-intentioned and first class. The market needs more options and this is an important step forward. I would love to know what you think below in the comments section, I always respond. Thanks