Published on November 7, 2023.
New Product: Wild Life Botanicals
In the past few years, there has been a tremendous increase in the desire for non-alcoholic beverages. More and more individuals are on the
lookout for elegant substitutes to the usual alcoholic drinks. Recognizing this growing demand, Wild Life Botanicals stepped up and introduced an award-winning sparkling wine duo. Not only are they vegan friendly, but they also contain 60% fewer calories compared to Champagne or Prosecco.
A New Kind of Wild Life
Introducing Wild Life Botanicals: a groundbreaking sparkling wine that is about to revolutionize the industry and raise the bar with its innovative concept of #BubblesWithBenefits. This extraordinary English bubbly is not only incredibly low in alcohol, but also packed with an invigorating blend of vitamins, minerals, and botanicals carefully selected for their health-enhancing properties. In fact, just one glass of this elixir provides a minimum of 15% of your daily recommended intake of the selected nutrients. With a mere 0.5% ABV and less than 35 calories per glass, Wild Life Botanicals champions a ‘no limits’ lifestyle. It’s the perfect combination of indulgence and wellness – a true double bubble!
Wild Life Botanicals uses a new type of magical alchemy to bring forth the true essence of plants. With this innovative approach, your customers can tap into their own innate power and unleash their full potential! Bursting with eight active vitamins and minerals and five fabulous botanicals – lemon balm, damask rose, ashwagandha, rosemary and damiana – this bubbly packs an altogether healthier punch.
Meet the Wild Life Wines
Nude entices with vivid green hints, followed by a generous perfume evoking seasonal gooseberry, greengage, and even young banana. On the dry palate are tickly, delicate Champagne-like bubbles encapsulating the freshness and zing of lime and mango.
Blush pouts with juicy, wild strawberry aromas, followed by a notably rounded, mineral palate evoking rosehip tea, strawberries and cream, and Cornish orchard fruits such as crab apple and red apple.
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Madison looks after all copywriting and proofreading for Drink Warehouse UK, working with the Marketing team to deliver educational content to all our customers. She spent many years in the hospitality sector across bars, clubs and cafes before moving to Asia to gain new experiences. You can find more from Madison about beer, cider, spirits, wine, non-alcoholic, soft drinks and RTDs all over our blogs, website, social media, and Set The Bar magazine.