Tesco Ganarcha Rosé

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A review of Tesco Ganarcha Rosé - an enticing, alcohol-free rosé

Score:

4/5

ABV: 0.5%
Calories per 250ml glass: 145 (58 per 100ml)

Like all three of the latest Tesco alcohol-free wines (including a red and a white) this rosé is the work of the well-established Spanish wine makers Félix Solís. They’ve been turning grapes into vino for more than 30 years, and make a lot of wines you’ve probably heard of.

Harvested from vineyards growing at more than 1,000 meters above sea level, the resultant wine is di-alcoholised via the miracle of the Spinning Cone Column. This comparatively new technology is reckoned to extract the alcohol without taking all the flavour too.

The cones might just have done their magic in this case. We thought this one had a really good full fruity flavour. As you might expect for a rosé, it’s a bit sweet, but not overly so. On a very practical level, our taste testers emptied the bottle pretty quickly. So, something about it was enticing us to keep topping up! Four out of five, we say. Alcohol-free wines don’t get much better than this.

Of the Tesco trio, this one also has the best bottle design, with a nice little row of vines winding its way across the label.

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