Drinking my way through another glass of the Wolf Blass Zero Sparkling Cuvee I’m in the mood for some vibrance and bounce and this absolutely delivers. Let’s check out what each glass has to offer
The Wolf Blass Zero Sparkling Cuvee is vibrant, crisp & scores a 7/10. It has a clean, fresh & fruity flavours profile that is carried on a vibrant yet light body with a tart finish that is completed with a balancing hint of oak. This is a light & well-priced option day-to-day option from Wolf Blass.
|19 calories / 100ml
|$13 – $15
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- Wolf Blass Zero Sparkling Cuvee Taste.
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- Wolf Blass Zero Sparkling Nutrition.
The alcohol-free sparkling category is at peak competitiveness at the time of writing this with new entrants, award-winning brands and international heavyweights on the cusp of launching in major retailers. So what has Wolf Blass got in store for your tastebuds compared to some of your favourites?
The Wolf Blass Sparkling Cuvee is one of the newest entrants into the non-alcoholic sparkling wine race and comes complete with its crispy, yet fruity notes, tart acidic finish and vibrant mouthfeel. In each glass of the Wolf Blass Sparkling you’re going to find a profile that is built around:
- a light, vibrant and bubbly mouthfeel;
- fruity notes of green apple, hints of melon and pineapple;
- a rounding, yet light body;
- tart finish that has a hint of rounding oak in there.
Once poured in your flute, you’re going to find an amazingly vibrant bead of bubbles and a really active carbonation profile.
Although, something to keep in mind is that once it has been in your glass for a little while and the ‘heat’ of the carbonation comes out of the sparkling it does help release some of the flavours and let them come to life.
|What I Like
|Things to Consider
|Fruity flavours that balance sweetness and crispness.
|Depth of flavour is a little lighter than other options on the market.
|This is a solid low sugar and low-calorie option.
|Some may find the carbonation, bead on the strong side.
Ok, so you’re ready to give this a chance, great! If this is your first non-alcoholic sparkling keep in mind that you’re always going to be missing much of that alcoholic heat. But let’s find out whether it’s for you.
If hints of fruitiness along with a vibrant, yet balanced profile are characteristics you enjoy in a glass of sparkling, then you’re in luck.
The Wolf Blass Sparkling Cuvee is an easy-drinking option making it a sparkling that will suit most people and due to its light and low sugar and calorie values, will mean people who are looking to keep the calories down or cut right down on sugar can enjoy a glass or two without breaking ranks.
If you have read much of my content, I have reviewed a lot of non-alcoholic sparkling options and I must say the Wolf Blass Zero stacks up relatively well against its competitors and really reminds me of the Thomson and Scott Noughty.
The flavour profiles are really similar and they both balance sweetness, tart acidity and vibrance. So if you’re a fan of Thomson & Scott, you should pick yourself up a bottle or two
Interested in trying some other top options in the non-alcoholic sparkling space, take a look at a few of the best below:
- Vinada Sparkling Chardonnay – the malty base is so, so good.
- Barton & Guestier – the bitterness here is hands down class-leading.
- Oddbird – the resin-based freshness is the star of this one.
The Wolf Blass Zero Sparkling Cuvee is, much like the rest of the Wolf Blass Zero range, currently available at Craft Zero and select Woolworths stores. Each bottle will cost you between $13 – $15 per bottle which makes it a well-priced and easily accessible option.
If you are looking to get your hands on a bottle or two you can find the links to online options below!
The Wolf Blass Zero Sparkling Cuvee is ultra low in sugar and calories. It has only 19 calories and 2.1 grams of sugar per 100ml, this makes it a great alternative option for anyone looking to enjoy a glass or two and keep sugar below 4.5 grams!
Check out the full detail of the Zero Sparkling Cuvee nutritional information below, you’re going to likely be pleasantly surprised.
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If calories and sugar are of interest to you, you can read all about some of the best-selling non-alcoholic sparkling wines and compare them all for sugar and calories. Take a read now and find the healthy options you can enjoy on the regular.
The fact the Wolf Blass Zero Sparkling is not overly sweet, is reasonably priced and a well-balanced makes it a great, everyday option. It is perfect for that weeknight tipple without the hangover, for sharing over dinner with friends or for that afternoon in the sun as it will be vibrant and flavourful enough to stack up against a variety of foods.
The competition in the non-alcoholic sparkling category means we are spoilt for choice as consumers as we have an almost unlimited number of great options. The Wolf Blass Zero Sparkling adds another solid option to the fold.
My tastebuds rank it (for me) at 7/10. It has a lot going for it, however, I felt the depth of body, when compared to other alternatives, was a little lighter, yet entirely enjoyable.
I’d recommend getting your hands on a bottle to try it at least once. If I’ve read the room right, you’ll want to keep a bottle in your fridge for those weeknights you feel like a drink when you probably shouldn’t.
Get the best of both worlds and pick up a bottle from the links down below and save yourself a few bucks in the process
- Craft Zero (TZERO at checkout gets you 10% off)