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SipClean 2020 Rosé

$24.00 or $22.00 / month for 3 months

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Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon
Harvested: October 29, 2020
Vineyard site: Planted in 2000, Doval Vineyard is part of the Wahluke Slope AVA in Grant County, Washington. This AVA has one of the warmest, driest climates in the state, which produces beautiful, consistent fruit each year.
Tasting notes: Fresh strawberries and stone fruits. Crisp minerality with a dry finish. Slightly effervescent with a light pink hue. Perfectly packaged with sip-friendly cans, this bubbly rosé is the quintessential alternative to regular wine.

With only 40 calories and 3 grams of sugar, each 12 oz can of our SipClean 2020 Rosé is equal to two 6 oz pours of wine, leaving you feeling light, happy, and clean. Available in a pack of four.

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WHAT IS SIPCLEAN?

SipClean is a nonalcoholic wine for adults over the age of 21. In a world where adult beverage choices are endless, we wanted to create an alternative choice to consuming alcohol. With wellness in mind, we created SipClean with the mission to keep the product as simple as possible. Our winemaker gently removes the alcohol from the base wine using state-of-the-art spinning cone technology. The finished product contains less calories, less sugar, and under 0.5% ABV (alcohol by volume).

WHAT ARE THE INGREDIENTS IN SIPCLEAN?

The ingredients are simple: alcohol-removed rosé made with Cabernet Sauvignon grapes.

WHAT IS CONSIDERED ONE SERVING OF SIPCLEAN?

One can equals one serving. Our cans are 12 oz, so one can is the equivalent to two 6 oz pours of wine.

HOW MUCH ALCOHOL IS IN SIPCLEAN?

SipClean has less than 0.5% ABV, which is very similar to a kombucha drink.

WHEN SHOULD I AVOID DRINKING SIPCLEAN?

Our products can be consumed at any time by an adult over 21. If you have health concerns, consult a licensed physician.