There is nothing better than drinking a Rose and watching the sunset without worrying about calories or a hungover the next day. Luckily, we offer a wide range of de-alcoholised rosés from luxurious brands like Darling Cellars, Lautus, Norah’s Valley, and more.

4 Products

  • R94.50R567.00

    Tasting Notes
    Great light salmon pink colour with ripe strawberries and sweet candyfloss on the nose following through to a balanced pallet with a lingering finish.

    Blend Information
    98% Sauvignon Blanc, 2% Grenache

    Food Suggestions
    Low in calories and vegan friendly, a salmon salad, Italian food with a red sauce or stuffed mushrooms.

    In The Vineyard
    Terroir: Vineyards from different slopes and different soils were used for this blend. The cool nights and cool South-westerly wind in the afternoons cooled the vineyards down and helped to form the elegant fruit flavours. Soil types consisted of weathered granite to deep red and well drained soils.
    Vineyard type: Bush Vine, no irrigation

    Technical Analysis
    Winemaker – Pieter-Niel Rossouw, Maggie Immelman
    Main Variety – Sauvignon Blanc
    Alcohol – 0.39 %vol
    pH – 3.37
    RS – 2.3 g/l
    Total Acid – 6.06 g/l
    Appellation – Darling

  • R82.50R495.00

    Great care was taken whilst removing the alcohol from the fresh rose wine. Showcasing pure aromas of sweet redberry fruit with floral notes. The elegant palate shows a touch of sweetness, finishing fresh with the well-balanced acidity. To be enjoyed in its purist and natural form, without the restrictions of alcohol.

    Less than 0.5% alcohol by volume.

  • R118.00R708.00

    Norah’s Valley Cashmere Rosé is a premium de-alcoholised wine made of the finest Cinsaut and Blanc de noir grapes from the Western Cape Wine of Origin Appellation.

  • R89.00R534.00

    Soft and smooth with rose petal and strawberry flavours. It is ideal for every occasion without the alcohol restricting your enjoyment. Enjoy as a healthy aperitif or with your favourite oriental dishes, desserts and pizza