The best non-alcoholic drinks to try this Christmas.

If you’ve always wanted to take advantage of the hype that is natural wine but couldn’t find anything in the alcohol-free space, look no further. Monceau Co. It is an artisanal microbrewery based in Melbourne that does not and little alcohol kombucha, beer and now a sparkling wine Vermentino, Monte Stella.

If you are a newbie to natural wine (i.e. the official wine of our time) it is basically grape juice which is fermented into wine without anything added or taken away. For Monte Stella, this means that it tastes lighter, brighter and fresher because it does not contain any artificial carbonation, preservatives, sulphites or sweeteners.

This wine screams the sun, picnics and rooftop bars and if that sounds like something you like the Legends of Monceau Co. have given us an exclusive link to buy ahead of their official launch this weekend. Plus they put us in touch with a discount code to try it out for yourself.

Use the code ‘montemia’ for a 10% discount.

Prosecco Plus & Minus

Image: More and less.

Plus & Minus Prosecco really ticks all the boxes if you’re looking for a glass of sparkling, vibrant and full of flavor. It’s crunchy, refreshing, and has a great, light fruity flavor.

It also has a slightly acidic finish which is excellent when served chilled as an aperitif before Christmas meals or barbecues. The best thing is you’ll want to come back for another drink and you can, without a head rush!

Source link

Previous Rochester restaurants respond to rising food inflation
Next Amtrak employee sold railway equipment for years to line his pockets, according to the United States