PSA: An Alcohol-Free Rosé Exists for All Your Summer Mocktail Needs
In case you haven’t heard, we are deep into rosé season. You can’t throw a rock right now without hitting a new rosé product: From canned wines to books to trendy cocktails, it’s almost impossible to avoid the pink drink.
If you’re avoiding alcohol, you can still enjoy all that rosé has to offer: Meet Fre, an alcohol-removed wine brand.
Fre’s rosé is a “delicate, pink-hued wine, with lively strawberry and citrus flavors,” according to the website. “The palate is crisp and fruity, with ripe berry accents and a beautiful, refreshing finish.”
So how does it work? The alcohol is removed using a spinning cone that safe-guards the fragile wine aromas and flavors at low temperatures, then removes the alcohol at slightly higher temperatures. The wine essences are then reintroduced and blended with unfermented grape juice.
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With less than 0.5 percent ABV, you can incorporate it into any of our rosé cocktail recipes or enjoy it alone—without fear of a hangover.
If you’re not into rosé, don’t worry: Fre makes seven other alcohol-free varieties, including Moscato, Cabernet Sauvignon, White Zinfandel, and Merlot.