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All the bubbles with none of the alcohol

There’s a massive trend globally towards a healthier lifestyle and ‘mindful drinking’ – choosing low or no alcohol drinks for health and social reasons. Today it’s all about having a choice and it has become socially acceptable and increasingly trendy to opt for a non-alcoholic drink in any situation.

So this month we’re celebrating love with a bottle of Robertson Winery DRY Non-Alcoholic Sparkling White… a refreshing bubbly that’s not too sweet, and is alcohol free. It tastes sensational … delightfully dry with gorgeous notes of pear and mandarin, orange blossom and honeysuckle. You’ll find it for around R50 to R55 at your local bottlestore. Details: robertsonwinery.co.za.

To stand in line to win a bottle, along with a summery scarf, like this post on Get It Joburg North’s Facebook page, tag all your wine-loving friends and you’re in to the draw. Competition closes 25 February.

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