Leitz Eins Zwei Zero Rose Sparkling Can (250ml)
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The Leitz family has a history in winemaking as far back as 1744. In 1985 Johannes Leitz took over the family winery in Rudesheim and has grown the estate from 2.9 hectares to 40 hectares and has gained national and international recognition for his wines all while staying true to his root. He worked closely with the Ministry of Environment to restore traditional terraces above Rudesheim in the Berg Rottland and Berg Kaisersteinfels vineyards. The impressively steep Leitz vineyards are blessed with 100% southern exposure, thus ensuring optimal ripening and good drainage which is needed for these complex and mineral driven wines.
This is a non-alcoholic wine that shines all year round as an alcohol-free companion for every festive occasion.
This 250ml can of non-alcoholic, sparkling Pinot Noir Rosé is the same expression as the bottled version. The CO2 really balances out the residual sugar, making it appear drier than it is. Because of that, it’s even more wine-like! This refreshing sparkler exudes cool, red fruits and lean minerality. Notes of strawberries, raspberry, rosehip and grapefruit and sweetness balanced by lively acidity and fresh carbonation. Enjoy this as a refreshing single serving or as a convenient, light cocktail mixer.
Made from sustainable farmed Pinot Noir grapes grown on loess, loam soil. The juice is fermented and rests for a period in stainless steel. Before canning and carbonation, the alcohol is removed from the wine, a gentle vacuum distillation has been used, in order to preserve the natural grape flavours. This method extracts alcohol under extremely low pressure and temperature (around 30°C). No flavours will be lost through the treatment of the wine through the dealcoholisation process. With this method results in a “real” ZERO – 0.0 % vol. 40 g/l RS.