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Non-Alcoholic wine alternatives.

Shloer or similar

Snood
post 30.Dec.2012, 12:11 PM
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Location: Gothenburg
Joined: 20.Sep.2011

Hi Guys,

Firstly I hope you all had a great Christmas.

We're hosting a dinner and party for new year tomorrow, we have a friend coming who can't drink alcohol (not even 0.5% "alcohol free") In the UK this would be easy; there is Shloer which makes a great alternative to wine, great for kids and those who can't drink, it's basically a sparkling grape juice drink (other flavours are available these days too). I've tried looking around our local ICA and Hemköp and haven't been able to find anything of a suitable style and quality to offer my friend.

Does anybody have any ideas or suggestions?
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byke
post 30.Dec.2012, 12:18 PM
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Location: Europe
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Pommac
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Puffin
post 30.Dec.2012, 12:55 PM
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Location: Dalarna
Joined: 5.Apr.2006

QUOTE (Snood @ 30.Dec.2012, 12:11 PM) *
I've tried looking around our local ICA and Hemköp and haven't been able to find anything of a suitable style and quality to offer my friend.

I am really surprised as I was in Hemköp yesterday and the soft drinks section was bursting at the seams with alcohol free alternatives such as
- Chapel Hill sparkling wine - 0,5% in white of rosé or you can get the same at Systembolaget
http://www.systembolaget.se/Sok-dryck/Dryck/?varuNr=1926
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- alcohol free ciders in bottles - I bough Herrljunga alcohol free pear cider
- I also bough Hemköps orange and clove cider
- Also Systembolaget do alcoholfree fruit "Champagne" - a sparkling wine in Strawberry or Peach flavour
http://www.systembolaget.se/Sok-dryck/Dryc...produkttyp%252c
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teslar
post 30.Dec.2012, 03:23 PM
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Joined: 23.Jul.2009

More generally, Systemet is actually your friend in this case - even if it may sound like a paradox. They have a pretty decent alcohol-free selection (also completeley alcohol free). Just click yourself through the selection:
https://www.systembolaget.se/Sok-dryck/?sea...rs=varugrupp%2c

[edit]Although it may be hard to find an open systemet before your party... wink.gif[/edit]
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Snood
post 2.Jan.2013, 10:36 AM
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Location: Gothenburg
Joined: 20.Sep.2011

Thanks for the recommendations, Puffin: Even 0.5% is too much alcohol.

I went to an ICA maxi rather than a smaller ICA and found a range of choices, some of which you guys mentioned smile.gif I ended up buying a few different options.
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