These days loads of men and women are choosing to go alcohol-free – whether it be for health, religious, or other reasons. But that shouldn’t mean you can’t enjoy all the fun and excitement that goes along with celebrating a special occasion with a very special bottle of bubbly. With fabulously chic packaging and a delightful sparkle, new local non-alcoholic bubbly, Zari Sparkling Grape is giving people more options than just the usual glass of water or boring old fizzy drink.
While most other grape juices on the market are made from blends and juice concentrate, Zari is in a class of its own. Made from the Muscat seedless cultivar, this delicious bubby is not only alcohol-free but also rich in anti-oxidants. The drink also contains no artificial colourants, or added sugars and is ideal for everyday drinking as well as special occasions where alcohol isn’t an option.
Available in both white and red varietals, the Zari non-alcoholic bubbly offers a refined product that is big on flavour. From the very first sip, you will no doubt notice that Zari offers a more complex flavour profile than other sparkling grape juice products on the market – a real win for the non-alcoholic beverage market if you ask me!
I love the flagship pop-top bubbly, which is marketed as a premium product for the more distinguished palate or as an alternative to alcoholic champagne or sparkling wine at special occasions. The champagne-like packaging of this product means it is the perfect choice for a wedding or any occasion where a little bit of extra glamour is needed. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy the fabulous taste of Zari at home every day – Zari flavours also come packaged in a stylish lifestyle 750ml Screw cap bottle and a 330ml to be enjoyed over a casual weekday dinner or at a braai on the weekend.
Zari Sparkling Grape is available at selected Pick n Pay and SPAR stores as well as selected hotels across South Africa at R50,43 per 750ml bottle.
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