REVIEW: Eisberg Alcohol-Free Wine

REVIEW: Eisberg Alcohol-Free Wine
I recently received a bottle of Eisberg alcohol free rosé wine for the purpose of review from the lovely Olivia from Eisberg.
I had seen Olivia tweet about bloggers receiving some for review purposes, and as a breastfeeding mum who is off the alcohol (but would still like to be sociable amongst friends), alcohol free wine sounded right up my street!
I enlisted the help of Steve and my friend Emily in reviewing the bottle, and we soon got to work. Described as a refreshingly juicy wine, we were excited to see what it tasted like. We had great fun trying to deduce what fruits we could taste – I said strawberries, Steve said cherries – in fact, we were both right, this rosé has both of these!
On first tasting, I adored it, although Emily, as a seasoned wine drinker, wasn’t so sure – perhaps the fact that she knew it was non-alcoholic is what put her off. Yet she continued to drink it as it started to grow on her. I loved it from the first taste, I’m generally a white wine drinker, but when given the choice of wines to try by the lovely Olivia, I thought it would be nice to branch out of my comfort zone, and I’m glad I did.
A glass of this is a refreshing, succulent treat for expectant mothers, breastfeeding mums and those on a health kick (only 32 calories!), who don’t want to feel left out or appear unsociable at social gatherings. Ever since Jack was born, I have been feeling a little left out when out with friends and I’m relegated to drinking soft drinks. A glass of this certainly lifts my spirits, and I’m definitely thinking about purchasing some once I’ve drained the last little bit out of this bottle (Steve only tried a mouthful of mine, so it means more for me!)
Have you ever tried non-alcoholic wine? What did you think?
You can find Eisberg non-alcoholic wines for sale in a variety of different supermarkets including Tesco, Morrisons and Waitrose, or you can look for more stockists on the Eisberg website here.
xo

I received this bottle free for the purpose of review, however as always l, I am 100% honest and all thoughts and opinions are my own.

Festive Food

Festive Food
I thought that instead of posting up a picture of my presents (which would be very short, since everyone bought for Jack luckily!), I would post a picture of the yummy food I enjoyed on Christmas Day. Steve did a great job of making his first Christmas dinner, and he’s definitely the chef in the family!
Gammon, roast spuds, roast parsnips, peas, yorkshire puddings, ham gravy and of course, the obligatory alcoholic beverage 😉
Yummy banana crumble (served with Walls vanilla ice cream…mmm!) – going to post a recipe up very soon!
Cheese, crackers and Dairylea… Christmas tea 🙂
What Christmas munch did you indulge in?
I would have taken a picture of the Celebrations, but I scoffed the majority of them!
xo