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Freixenet's 0% Alcohol Free Sparkling Wine

Freixenet 0% Alcohol Free Sparkling Wine is available in white (70cl and 20cl) and Rose (70cl)

Freixenet 0% Alcohol Free Sparkling Wine is available in white (70cl and 20cl) and Rose (70cl)

Category - Alcohol-free wine, adult soft drinks

Available - From this month

Location - UK

Price - RRP GBP5 (US$6.30) per 70cl, GBP1.50 per 20cl

Henkell's Freixenet has added an alcohol-free sparkling wine to its namesake portfolio, as it looks to take advantage of 'Dry January'.

Freixenet 0% Alcohol Free Sparkling Wine is available in white (70cl and 20cl bottles) and Rose (70cl).

The company said the product is made using "a low temperature distillation system to keep the natural aromas of the grapes." The white variant uses Moscato grapes while the Rose features Moscato and Tempranillo.

In early-August, Henkell bought a near-51% stake in privately-held Freixenet. The German sparkling wine giant, owned by Dr Oetker, acquired 50.67% of cava giant Freixenet's shares from the Hevia and Bonet families. Henkell & Co is to change its name to Henkell Freixenet from 1 January.

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