The summer is officially coming to a close and with it the cherished memories of clinking glasses of rosé across the rooftops and terrace bars of London. If you are anything like me, you are probably debating a an autumn detox but can’t quite shake that summer feeling just yet.

barefoot wine, barefoot wines, low alcohol wines

Well there is another way! The clever wine folks at Barefoot Wines have a range of light moscato wines, and a bubbly for those special occasions, so you can get your wine fix, without the guilty conscience.

Barefoot Wines: What to Buy

barefoot wine, barefoot wines, low alcohol wines

At 9% vol, the the Barefoot Moscato is a much lighter option than your average Sauvignon Blanc and it’s citrus and apricot dry flavours pair well with spicy Asian cuisine and cheeses. Great for those impending curry nights and after dinner cheesefests.

For the sweet toothed, the Barefoot Pink Moscato is versatile enough to be drunk as an aperitif or dessert wine, and goes perfectly with a bowl of the last of summer’s berries. Whilst, the pink bubbly provides a refreshing peachy finish, a much lighter alternative to cava and prosecco.

barefoot wine, barefoot wines, low alcohol wines

As if the low alcohol content wasn’t enough of a good reason, since it’s creation in the 1960s, Barefoot wine and bubbly has stayed true to its grassroots beginnings, giving back to local non-profit groups through charitable wine donations. Their community projects include cleaning up Britains beaches too.

So there you have you it. A wine that’s both tasty and virtuous too!

This post was brought to you in association with Barefoot Wines. For more information on Barefoot Wines, see here and follow them on Twitter here.