Eisberg Alcohol Free Wine Review

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I like a drink on occasions and I love a glass of wine – not quite as much as I love a gin and tonic but I love a glass of wine to accompany a meal. There are times when I would have loved a glass of wine but wouldn’t have felt comfortable having one – Throughout pregnancy, in the first few months of breastfeeding with the constant feeds and the times when Dave is on a night shift where we have a lovely meal but he has to go to work a couple of hours later – His work have a zero alcohol policy so he can’t have a glass before work – I wouldn’t have a glass of wine if he wasn’t able to have a glass too – That’s just the way I am!

Does Eisberg Alcohol Free Wine taste like normal wine?

Eisberg recently sent us a bottle of their alcohol free Chardonnay to try and it immediately fitted into our lifestyle – Dave and I shared the bottle over dinner before one of his night shifts. The Eisberg non alcoholic wine tasted completely different to ‘normal’ wine – we could experience the real taste of wine, without the alcohol!

Eisberg Alcohol Free Wine

I presumed that Eisberg alcohol free wine would just be made without the alcohol (No idea on the wine making process!) but in fact Eisberg non alcoholic wine has the alcohol carefully removed making it alcohol free. I thought it would taste just like wine but it was obvious from the first sip that there was no alcohol in it – I now know that when I drink wine usually what I am tasting is the alcohol content! So, it is definitely something different from your usual wine club gift.

What flavours are in the Eisberg Alcohol Free Wine range?

Eisberg non alcoholic wine comes in four varieties – A refreshingly aromatic Riesling, a crisp Chardonnay, a juicy succulent Rosé and a fruity red Cabernet Sauvignon. We opted for the Chardonnay as it’s the wine we usually choose to drink so we would be able to compare it better than trying one of the other varieties. I’m sure it won’t be long before there’s an alcohol free Sauvignon Blanc and more alcohol free red wine too.

How many calories are in Eisberg Alcohol Free Wine?

One of the great things about Eisberg non alcoholic wine is that it is only 34 calories per 125 ml glass, making it a great alternative to standard wine at around a third of the calorie content – The weight watcher in me loved finding that out!

The Eisberg non alcoholic quality wine refreshing and definitely a great alternative to wine if you’re not drinking for one reason or another. I don’t think it would ever take the place of normal wine for me but there are definitely times when I could see myself drinking Eisberg non alcoholic wine in the future.

Eisberg non alcoholic wine is available from Asda and Waitrose with an RRP of £3.50


  • Donna Wishart

    Donna Wishart is married to Dave and they have two children, Athena (12) and Troy (11). They live in Surrey with their two cats, Fred and George. Once a Bank Manager, Donna has been writing about everything from family finance to days out, travel and her favourite recipes since 2012. Donna is happiest either exploring somewhere new, with her camera in her hand and family by her side or snuggled up with a cat on her lap, reading a book and enjoying a nice cup of tea. She firmly believes that tea and cake can fix most things.

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  1. Sounds good but I’m confused… you say it tasted completely different but also that you could experience the real taste of wine without the alcohol? Or is this one where I’ll have to try itfor myself to see what you mean?

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