Pierre Chavin

Le Petit Chavin Rose Non-Alcoholic Rose Wine

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“ Brilliant rose color with intense aromas of red fruits. Balanced freshness and fluidity. 

 

Features

  • Package Includes: Le Petit Chavin Rose Alcohol-Free (0.0%) Rose Wine 750ml.
  • Produced by Pierre Chavin winery in France with Chardonnay and Merlot grapes.
  • Rose wine lovers can enjoy without risks associated with drinking alcohol.
  • Perfect to accompany appetizers, grills, salads, desserts, and sweets.
  • Vegan product.

 

Description

Le Petit Chavin Rose non-alcoholic rose wine beautiful pink color with bright reflections. Le Petit Chavin has a nose with intense aromas of fresh red fruits. Freshness tinged, flexibility and liveliness, it enchants the palate and extends the beautiful summer days. Le Petit Chavin Rosé is perfect to accompany your appetizers, grills, salads, desserts and sweets.

Grapes are harvested at night to take advantage of the lower temperatures, when sugar levels are most stable. Traditional winemaking and production methods are then performed before the alcohol is gently removed, maintaining the wonderful body and freshness of a premium French wine.

 

 

Additional Info

Additional Info

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Alcohol Content:
0.0%
Grape:
80% Chardonnay / 20% Merlot
Volume:
750ml
Soil:
Great diversity
Type:
Rose Wine
Serving Temperature:
8-10ºC
Storage Temperature:
Below 10ºC
Halal Certified:
Yes
Country of Production:
France
Seal:
Screw Cap
Climate:
Mediterranean
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Reviews (4)

Kelsey May 7th 2020

Don't bother

I had a feeling this would be terrible when the color of the liquid was yellow. I had to dump out the bottle, complete waste.

Marti Essman Dec 13th 2019

Had to dump it out

I am not sure if it was bad but it tasted like a bad chardonnay. It says on the bottle to use it by the best by date but I did not see a best by date anywhere on the bottle. I have asked the company to send me a new bottle so I may have a different review later.