Richard Juhlin Non-alcoholic Blanc de Blancs Sparkling White Wine from France
Richard Juhlin is regarded as the world’s leading champagne expert. He was named World’s Best Champagne Critic by BWW (Best Wine of the World Competition) for 2022.
He was awarded the Légion d’honneur by the French Government. Richard holds the world record for the most champagne ever tasted, having tasted more than 13,000+ different unique champagnes in his lifetime.
In partnership with Galetea Spirits AB from Sweden, Richard Juhlin develop, produce and distribute a wide range of premium non-alcoholic wines.
Richard Juhlin Sparkling Blanc de Blancs is a truly exceptional French sparkling non-alcoholic white wine made from 100% Chardonnay grapes. The wine comes from Limoux which is a municipality in the department of Aude in the region of Occitania in the south of France.
Wine historians believe that the world’s first sparkling wine was produced in this region in 1531.
Richard has chosen Chardonnay grapes that give fruity tones to the wine which at the
same time retains its elegance and freshness after the alcohol has been removed. He has moved more towards the freshness associated with the concept of Blanc de Blancs. It has a smooth, silky structure and subtle notes of sweet berry, citrus and Granny Smith apples.
To start with the base wine is a good quality dry crisp and fruity wine.
The dealcoholisation is done through vacuum distillation at around 30 degrees Celsius, which preserves aromas and flavor.
This non-alcoholic wine is developed to be easy to appreciate and at the same time, food pairing friendly.
Crisp and fresh, the lingering aromas of this charming sparkling wine make it an excellent aperitif, Serve well chilled with small luxurious canapés, roe toast and
it is a great match with all Asian cuisines.
Richard Juhlin Sparkling Blanc de Blancs contains 0.0% ABV, 17.0 k/cals and 4.3 gms of carbs and 4.3 gms sugar p/100ml. The 750ml traditional bottles are sold in cases of 6 bottles.