A delicious Vegan non-alcoholic sparkling wine!
A conscious option - and with only 22 kcal per 100 ml it will be less on the hips. With its origin in the Spanish wine-growing region La Mancha, our VINADA® Rosé is made from a unique mixture of Tempranillo grapes.
This sparkling wine tastes great, as the bubbles titillate and refresh your senses. Very suitable for moments when you fancy a glass of wine and you, for whatever reason, won’t, can’t or shouldn't drink alcohol.
VINADA®’s Tinteling Tempranillo provides you the tasteful and festive alternative. An award-winning wine, part of our family since 2018.
Celebrate and take care of yourself. We wouldn’t want it any other way.
A fruity, dry wine with nuances of red fruit. The Rosé has a refreshing taste, contains fine bubbles, a harmonious acidity and subtle tannins.
|Aroma||Fruity, with red fruit (strawberry, redcurrant, raspberry)|
|Wine Food Pairing||Perfect as an aperitif, with a salad, desserts|
|Content consumer unit||200 ml / 6.76 fl oz.|
|Storage||Refrigerate after opening and consume within 3 days|
|Thereof saturated fat||0 g|
From Grape to Wine to 0%
The grapes are fermented and aged according to the traditional winemaking method. During this traditional vinification, the grapes are bruised very carefully and the skins begin to release their coloring to the juice. Once our VINADA winemaker is satisfied with the shade, the grapes are gently pressed and the skins and juice separated. Fermentation then continues.
The wine is de-alcoholised just before bottling. De-alcoholization takes place by means of vacuum extraction: The fully fermented base wine is de-alcoholized under vacuum at a low temperature. The temperature is crucial for the taste. The lower the temperature during de-alcoholization, the more aromas and thus taste are preserved. This process takes place at the prefect temperature and is a well-kept VINADA® secret. The volatile aromas of the wine are extracted simultaneously with the alcohol. The aromas are returned directly to the de-alcoholised wine. The wine is then purified, filtered and stabilized.