One of mine and D’s Christmas traditions is a glass or two of Baileys on Christmas Eve and Bucks Fizz with breakfast on Christmas Day. Last year I was pregnant so I didn’t drink and this year I’m breastfeeding so will be having a dry Christmas again. That doesn’t have to mean boring juices though, take a look at these mocktail recipes from Eisberg.

Eisberg

Summer Cobbler

Ingredients:
Slice of pineapple
Slice of orange
Slice of lemon
Slice of lime
1 tsp of sugar
Juice of ½ a lemon
Crushed ice
100ml Eisberg Alcohol-Free Cabernet Sauvignon

Method:
Add a slice of pineapple, orange, lemon and lime to a mixing glass with 1 tsp of sugar and muddle with a rolling pin.

Squeeze the juice of half a lemon and pour in with the fruit and sugar mixture and add crushed ice.

Pour 100ml alcohol-free Cabernet Sauvignon over the ice and stir.

Strain the mixture into a wine glass and finish with crushed ice and lots of fresh fruit.

Eisberg

Gingerly Sip

Ingredients:
100ml Eisberg Alcohol-Free Sauvignon Blanc
1⁄2 lemon
1tsp of sugar
Cubed ice
Ginger Ale

Garnish with:
Twist of orange Cinnamon stick

Method:
Pour 100ml of alcohol-free Sauvignon Blanc into a short glass.

Add the juice of 1⁄2 a lemon, 1 tsp of sugar and lots of cubed ice.

Top up the glass with the ginger ale and garnish with a twist of orange.

Use the cinnamon stick to stir with.

Eisberg

Kiss From A Rose

Ingredients:
100ml Eisberg Alcohol-Free Rosé
1⁄2 pink grapefruit
1⁄2 a lemon
Elderflower cordial
1 tsp sugar

Garnish with:
Rose petals

Method:
Add 100ml of alcohol-free Rosé to a mixing glass.

Then, squeeze into the glass half a pink grapefruit, half a lemon and add a splash of elderflower cordial, finished with 1tsp of sugar.

Stir the mixture until chilled and then strain into a sugar-rimmed glass and sprinkle with rose petals to add an extra touch of glamour… enjoy!

Eisberg

Winter Fruit Cobbler

Ingredients:
100ml Eisberg Alcohol-Free Cabernet Sauvignon
3 orange slices
3 blackberries
Juice of 1⁄2 a lemon
1 tsp caster sugar
Crushed ice
Sprig of mint

Method:
Take 100ml of Eisberg Alcohol-Free Cabernet Sauvignon and add 2 orange slices and 2 blackberries to a large wine glass. Lightly muddle the mixture together.

Add the juice of 1⁄2 a lemon and 1 tsp caster sugar and stir all the ingredients with crushed ice.

Cap with extra ice and garnish with a mint sprig, orange slice and a blackberry.

Eisberg

Vanilla Sunrise

Ingredients:
1OOml Eisberg Alcohol-Free Chardonnay
Cubed ice
Juice of 1⁄2 a lemon
1 tsp vanilla sugar
Cranberry juice

Garnish with:
Strawberry & Orange Slice

Method:
Add 100ml of alcohol-free Chardonnay to an ice-filled wine glass.

Add the juice of 1⁄2 a lemon, 1 tsp of vanilla sugar and a splash of cranberry juice.

Garnish with a strawberry and a slice of orange.

 

Eisberg alcohol free wines are perfect for designated drivers, health conscious or dieting men and women, those attempting Dry January, or those just wanting to cut back on their alcohol consumption.

Made in the same way as regular wine, it is only after the wine is finished that the alcohol is removed, leaving no more than 0.05% left in it. The Eisberg grapes are selected for their ability to maintain the true taste of the grape variety after the alcohol has been removed. This is done using one of the world’s most advanced techniques to ensure that as much of the original character and flavours of the wine are kept intact.

The result is an alcohol-free wine that is under 33 calories per 125ml glass, with all the real flavours of a wine you’ll remember.

I have a bottle of each to giveaway. One winner will receive a bottle of Eisberg alcohol free Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Rose and Cabernet Sauvignon x

Eisberg alcohol free wine

114 Comments

114 Comments on Alternative Drinks For The Holiday Season

  1. My partner, after realising he was starting to develop a problem, was brave enough to start attending AA meetings recently. I am so proud of his progress and these sound like a great way for him to still feel like he is part of the party without having to touch any alcohol!

  2. I shouldn’t really drink alcohol because of the medication I take so this is a good idea, you can still feel like you’re joining in with everyone over Christmas without actually drinking alcohol.

  3. In the last 12 months I have developed an intolerance to alcohol, this is just the ticket for allowing me to still feel a part of the celebrations at the Christmas table.

  4. Wow! This would be amazing for me! Im due to have my first baby in April so this would be perfect for Christmas and New Year celebrations xx

  5. Hooray! I am at a loss to know why alcohol free wine is not blogged about more often.

    There was just one bottle of Eisberg in my local supermarket before Christmas to serve my two guests on Christmas Day who were driving. Nothing else. And I had to find an assistant to point me to it.

    They both said it was very good indeed so I would be delighted to win.

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