Tuesday, 13 October 2015

Sober October with Eisberg alcohol free wine and giveaway

When my husband and I decided to have children I chose not to have any alcohol drinks. It's been 2 years since then and I'm sure I can go another few years without it. 
When I was pregnant I was kindly offered to review Eisberg alcohol free wine which to me tasted the same as normal wine but was totally safe to drink. 

"Made in the exact same way as your favourite tipple, it is only after the wine is finished that the clever bit happens.

The Eisberg grapes are selected from specific vineyards for their ability to maintain the true taste of the grape variety after the alcohol has been removed".

Planning to stay
sober in October Eisberg alcohol wine is a great alternative for you! 

"Staying off the booze (along with a few small improvements to your diet and exercise routine) can mean:
- Increased energy levels, higher productivity
- Clearer head
- No more hangovers
- Sleeping better / snoring less
- Weight loss
- Clearer skin
- Healthier bank balance / Save money
- Sense of achievement
- Fresh approach to alcohol consumption
- Generally feel healthier
- Doing something positive for a good cause"
(source)

I have teamed up with Eisberg to offer a bottle of alcohol free wine bottle of you choice (the newest addition to the range- Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Caberet Sauvignon, Rose, Riesling).

To be in the chance of wining please complete the Rafflecopter form below):


a Rafflecopter giveaway "For recipe and mocktail inspiration, or to find about more about Eisberg Alcohol-Free Wine, visit www.eisberg.co.uk".

31 comments:

  1. charlotte conroy13 October 2015 at 12:47

    I have only ever tried alcohol free beer twice , and to my surprise it actually tasted really good and like beer which surprised me .

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  2. I mostly drink alcohol free, I'm not much of a drinker, and I love Eisberg.

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  3. No but I should becuse I'm on medication I can't drink alcohol so usually drink soft drinks

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  4. I've had alcohol-free wine before. I very, very rarely drink alcohol (the last time was a glass of wine at a friend's wedding in 2012!). I haven't yet tried Eisberg as an alternative.

    ~ Anthony G

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  5. No i have not tried any but it looks great

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  6. I haven't tried these before, but I very rarely drink so these would be a great substitute

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  7. yes I have tried a few times, and really enjoyed Cheryl Hadfield

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  8. Not yet but my aunt is teetotal & enjoys them!

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  9. I have tried alcohol free a few times, and I quite like it. Not tried Eisberg yet though - I had a bottle while pregnant and then someone else drunk it, boo!

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  10. Yes, and it tastes quite similar to the alcoholic version.

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  11. No,I only drink soft drinks,I have never tried alcohol free wine or beer.

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  12. have tried several examples and on the whole they taste equally delicious

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  13. Never have, but very curious to try

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  14. No, but I don't drink very much, so when we go out and I'm sipping coke it looks a bit strange. So would love to try some "alcohol-free" wine so that I look like I'm drinking wine instead of being very boring. Just alcohol never interested me that much and I'm 45 now. :)

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  15. I tried alcohol free wine when it was first introduced many years ago but it wasn't great. I understand it's much nicer now and a chilled alcohol free white wine is a real treat.

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  16. I do drink alcohol free beer. I think it's just as nice, if not nice than normal beer, and minus the hangover!!

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  17. I've had the koppaberg alcohol free stuff but it tastes like childrens fizzy pop, it was horrible! This would be great if it tastes like the real thing :D

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  18. Yes, i cant tell the difference with alcohol free beer

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