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Freixenet Launches Alcohol-Removed Sparkling Offerings

By February 1, 2021Connecticut, Top News

Freixenet Alcohol-Removed Sparkling White and Rosé.

Freixenet launched its Alcohol-Removed Sparkling White and Rosé, an innovation that combines the trending low- and no-alcohol and sparkling wine segments. Freixenet Alcohol-Removed Sparkling White and Rosé are produced in the Penedès DO of Spain, which is also home to Freixenet’s Cava. The two fresh, fruit-forward sparkling wines containing 0.00% to 0.05% alcohol that cater to the “health- and wellness-conscious consumer” offer bubbly alternatives for celebrations or any occasion. The wines are offered in Connecticut through wholesalers Allan S. Goodman and Eder Bros., Inc. “Knowing that 35% of Americans are choosing to lead alcohol-free lifestyles, we felt it was our responsibility to apply our sparkling winemaking expertise to produce two new cuvées – our Alcohol-Removed Sparkling White and Rosé – that taste like premium sparkling wine and can be enjoyed whenever you want a glass of bubbles, no matter the occasion,” said Pedro Ferrer, Global Co-CEO of Henkell Freixenet, parent company of Freixenet Mionetto USA.

 

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