In truth, I'm an utter lightweight and so the alcohol content being low (less than one unit per 125ml serving) is great for me as it means I can actually have one whole glass without looking like a 14 year old who's just discovered cider. I'm no connoisseur for sure, but the taste was delish (see, told you - not exactly an expert) - it was sweet and refreshing - I opted for white and would whole-heartedly recommend it. It's USP is definitely the calorie content; at just 60 calories per glass it's a whole 30% less calorific than your average wine and, what with this being the Quality Street season and all, every little helps! I can assure you though what it lacks in alcohol and calories it makes up for in full, scrumptious, taste.
Here we are enjoying it over a dinner of ravioli stuffed with spinach and ricotta cheese and a salad dressed with a balsamic-based dressing. Clive was impressed too, despite being sceptical, the lower calorie thing was putting him off pre-tasting, but enjoyed immensely.
Stowells Light is available at all ASDA stores nationwide for RRP £5.49 White and rosé options.
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