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Written on: 25/01/2015 by mazawattee (1 review written)
Don't bother. tastes like vinegar. Supposed to be 'quality' wine with alcohol removed but have fizzy water instead, it's more palatable. Had to have 5 days alcohol free as taking tablets so thought I would try for future reference, not even good as a spritzer made with lemonade. Will probably be a good drain cleaner… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/09/2013
I tried the cabernet sauvignon- I'm familiar with the non-Eisberg alcoholic versions and enjoy them. This one cost me £3 from Lidl and after 2 sips I tipped the rest away. My wife tried it also and found it disgusting too. It just tasted like a weak vinegar. Not sure if this was a duff bottle or if it all tastes as foul as this, but I will NOT be trying any Eisberg product ever again! I'll be sticking to cranberry juice and diet lemonade next time I'm on antibiotics and cannot drink alcohol!… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/05/2013 by Germac (1 review written)
I tried the Eisberg Cabernet Sauvignon alcohol free red wine with some slight trepidation as my experience with the white wine wasn't the best. However, I was really impressed by this fruity number. It's soft and slightly sweet but very drinkable. It isn't quite up to the standard and taste qualities of Emina doce messes Spanish wine, but comes pretty close in my book. I will try it again… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/10/2012
I left a bottle of Eisberg Chardonnay in the freezer and forgot about it. Some hours later I rushed in and retrieved the bottle which hadn't frozen. Pouring out the ice cold liquid, I detected a scent of a real alcoholic chardonnay. Tasting only confirmed that this was an excellent wine of its type, easy to drink and very pleasant. Also, my stomach didn't suffer with it as happened with the other bottle of non-alcohic white from Carl Jung which was one of the foulest drinks I have ever had the… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/12/2011
Have been trying out all the alcohol low/free white wines I can find in advance of my elderly infirm mother arriving for Christmas as she can't have the real stuff. This one was horrible, really nasty taste, very sweet even when very cold. Took one swig, a second to confirm it really was that bad and poured the rest of the glass down the sink, closely followed by the rest of the bottle. Avoid… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/06/2011 by owdrums (5 reviews written)
A completely foul wine, tastes more like watered down vimto than actual wine, a horrible musty aftertaste with no fruity tang whatsoever. I bought two bottles due to not being able to drink alcohol due to the medication I'm on, but found the stuff to be completely undrinkable. I tried it with food, without food, chilled not chilled, and found it not to my liking at all. I think the second bottle is going to remain unopened and possibly be thrown in the bin. I wouldn't recommend buying this… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/12/2010 by mick62 (3 reviews written)
Eisberg Reisling Alcohol Free Wine,has a lovely fruity taste it has a nice sharp after taste not bitter,always been a alcohol wine drinker this product is worth every penny and is priced very well,just by the smell you can tell its german wine crisp clear and very fruity if your looking for a white wine you can drink without the throbbing head this one is a must,i purchased this wine as a way of finding a refreshing drink with all the taste but without the thump,where have i been… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/10/2010
The Cabernet is a delightful drink with a rich fruity nose, robust oak pallet and a firm but not overpowering finish. Who needs alcohol with a red that tastes this good?… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/11/2009
Just tried the Eisberg cabernet sauvignon. Was vey sceptical before as I had tried other alchohol free reds and not really impressed. However I was pleasantly surprised and enjoyed this as a substitute for the 'real thing' (which I am a great fan of!). Not as sweet as I expected and I suspect it is as good as it gets for this type of alternative wine. This was good enough to allow me to enjoy continuing with our regular evening pre meal resume of the day with my wife(after a couple of G&Ts of… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/12/2007
I would not buy this drink again. It is far too sweet and does not taste much like wine to me!… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/06/2007 by keen2108 (1 review written)
If you're looking for a wine substitute then don't buy Eisberg non alcoholic. If like me, you would like to cut down, then have a smoothie or a Cranberry juice with fizzy water… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/02/2007 by AndreaG (242 reviews written)
This is a great substitute for if you are unable to drink alcohol due to medical reasons or because you are the designated driver for the evening.
It looks like a Sparkling White Wine and is very easy to drink, it obviously is not as good as a real Chardonnay but it perfectly acceptable.
It contains no more than 0.05% alcohol and is gluten free.
It is the best alcohol free wine I have tried so far… Read Full Review
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