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Kylie Minogue launches zero-alcohol sparkling Rosé

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Kylie Minogue has added an alcohol-free sparkling Rosé made from European grapes and green tea to her wine portfolio.

“This festive season I am absolutely thrilled to be launching Kylie Minogue Wines first zero percent alcohol, Sparkling Rosé,” the Australian singer posted on Instagram.

The alcohol-free wine is described as refreshing and finely balanced with notes of fresh strawberry and a complex, dry finish. It has 22 calories per 100ml.

"Through a blend of European premium grapes and green tea selected from the Liu-Da Mountains of Yunnan province in China, Kylie Minogue’s latest 0% alcohol production process provides maximum development of wine attributes without generating any alcohol," Kylie Minogue wines says.

It will be available at Kylie Minogue Wines, Wine Delivered and Tesco supermarkets in the UK for £7.

Since Kylie Minogue Wines launched with London-based distributor Benchmark Drinks in 2020, it has grown its portfolio in the UK to nine wines, including a Signature Rosé and Rosé Prosecco.

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