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thunderbird69 Mon 23-Nov-15 10:18:34

Can anyone recommend anything nice? Dont want anything sweet like Schloer, more like champagne but without the alcohol.

Can you order from somewhere like here? www.deliciousdrinksshop.co.uk/nonalcoholicwines/nonalcoholicsparklingwines

mumblebumble Mon 23-Nov-15 13:59:53

Sainsburys non alcohol sparkling wine is the most wine like one I've found, its quite sharp and refreshing and only £2.50 a bottle which isn't bad.

Deedeecupcake Mon 23-Nov-15 14:02:09

I saw some fizzy apple juice in Aldi on Saturday. It was in a bubbly looking bottle, the gold foil on top and everything. Can't tell you what it tastes like though!

GreenSand Mon 23-Nov-15 14:08:01

"Saudi Champagne" is peach juice and sparkling water, which is quite nice.

ChristmasZombie Mon 23-Nov-15 19:40:10

A friend bought me this one when I was pregnant. It's from Sainsbury's and it was lovely.

70isaLimitNotaTarget Mon 23-Nov-15 19:43:38

Ooh nice. I don't drink alcohol but these look nice.
I used to buy something called (spelling might be ropey) Petillant de Listel Nice, slightly yeasty, not sharp.

Titsywoo Mon 23-Nov-15 19:48:13

Yes I agree with the Sainsburys one. I had a year off booze last year and I was happy drinking that when meeting up with friends smile

nightandthelight Mon 23-Nov-15 20:05:56

Aldi have loads of non-alcoholic stuff in at the mo smile

thunderbird69 Wed 25-Nov-15 09:12:59

Thanks for the suggestions - I'll check out the Sainsburys one, it looks promising smile

FellOffMyUnicorn Wed 25-Nov-15 09:21:30

What are they like in comparison with alcohol calories?

mumblebumble Wed 25-Nov-15 15:05:28

Fell I think the sainsburys one is lower calorie than normal wine, as its not too sugary.

Orangesarenot Wed 25-Nov-15 23:31:59

I'm possibly missing the point, but if you don't mind making it yourself, we make virgin mojitos and serve them in champagne glasses when we're being healthy. Ice, 1/2 sparkling water, 1/2 lemonade (old fashioned lemonade ideally), healthy squeeze of fresh lime, lots of mint leaves, muddle with a chopstick or whatever is around Really refreshing and nice, you can make it as tart or as sweet as you like.
The Sainsbury's stuff is bearable, but it still has that 'not alcoholic' flavour that all non alcoholic drinks have.

thunderbird69 Thu 26-Nov-15 10:38:03

Thanks oranges they sound good! What type of mint leaves do you need for this?

MERLYPUSSEDOFF Thu 26-Nov-15 15:35:48

Fizzy water and elder flower or ginger cordial are nice with a twist of lime.

Orangesarenot Thu 26-Nov-15 20:35:54

thunderbird we just get ordinary mint plants from a supermarket - they are usually 2 for £2.50 so we can go crazy with the mint. If there's any left over I use it for mint tea.

Schweppes do a new elderflower tonic that is nice too.

jeanmiguelfangio Thu 26-Nov-15 22:41:45

I dont drink so have had a whole host of non-alcholic options. My favourite is pear non alcohol kopperburg, its fab!! I also love M&s fizzy apple, pear, grape all sorts of options. In the bit with the soft drinks, 3 for £5. Proper cork and everything.

BuildersBum Thu 26-Nov-15 23:53:58

Alcohol Free Shop.

Wines, beers, cocktails and spirits.

Wines & beers are generally de alcoholised. The wines used are good wines, as cheap wines without alcohol aren't great, so cost a bit more than you can get in budget places.

The mocktails & fake spirits are that, fake, but pretty good.

www.alcoholfree.co.uk

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