Marks & Spencer Has Launched A Wine With Half The Normal Calories
Marks & Spencer has launched a low calorie wine and may I be the first to say: Yes please.
It's nearly Christmas, so this is a brilliant bit of news just before the festive season. I will personally be buying 25 cases of the stuff just to get me through my Auntie Jan's tedious stories about that bus driver she's currently dating. Gross.
You may be worrying about the percentage of alcohol that's contained in these bottles. Well actually, they've managed to keep it at a respectful 8.5% which is not bad at all, considering.
There's three varieties: red, white and rosé. It's made by Journey's End winery in Stellenbosch, South Africa.
So let's have a look, shall we?
First up, white...
Described as: "Light, elegant and refreshing with flavours of elderflower, passionfruit and peach".
Described as: "Rounded and smooth with a hint of oak, this wine has mocha, blackberry and spice notes".
Described as: "Light, elegant and refreshing with flavours of wild strawberries and raspberries".
The wines come in a case of six for £45, so there's no excuse to not enjoy yourself this Christmas.
Wine critics are even on board, with Jilly Goolden saying: "This is a breakthrough. So far low-alcohol and low-calories have been a great disappointment. Some are disgusting. But this is a great step forward."
Bloody hell, once you've made the sale - stop selling. I'm into this.
Just don't do this with it...
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