Messegue brings Italy wine without alcohol. For diet and for young people (?!)

by Friday, January 13, 2012

Who is on a diet, you know, for a period I often have to do without drinking wine and eating carbohydrates. So the new dientra Centre Messegue Baldan Group prepared a whole range of foods (inspired by Mech of tea diet) including wine without alcohol. I discovered the other night watching Striscia la notizia e, Obviously, I rubbed my eyes. Then I went on the website of the Energy Diet ( to read details. And I carry the following, taken from the pdf that you find here:

“Red, White and Sparkling Cuvée "Baldan Group Messegue Centre" arise as adjuvants in the homonymous dietary system establishing itself as products suitable for all categories of consumers and of any age.

These unique beverages are intended for all those who seek an alternative to soft drinks to meal or entertainment as you enjoy a good glass at the table or between meals, knowing only drink nature since they are derived from grape, alcohol-free and are, Note, al natural 100%. Are completely new products in the national, and are the fruit of research aimed at providing the opportunity to drink a good glass of wine "substitute", at any time of the day. Very valid also for people with health problems or simply for those looking for the taste and the pleasure of drinking a grape-derived, but a low-calorie (12 Kcal to glass). In fact the Red, White and Cuvée Bubbles, being alcohol-free, are considered in all respects suitable for soft drinks, Therefore, to anyone. Lend optimally, even to a young audience and fall into the range of ethically correct products, suitable for those who seek, even through the choice of foodstuffs, more healthy and responsible behaviour. Red white and BUBBLY are indeed extremely CUVéE appreciated by young people that having put to prefer them, for safety reasons, alcoholic beverages“.

Then. A few questions:

1. Why, those who drink one or two glasses of wine has less healthy and responsible behaviour by others?

2. Okay do marketing, but try passing that young people prefer alcohol-free wines because then they get to drive it seems a force incomprehensible.

3. I do not know, He might have, should I document, but a wine without alcohol is really natural? Or undergoes chemical treatments to remove alcohol? Some of you surely can explain it to me…

4. If someone hand Captain these bottles, You can let us know who produces and what it says on the label? I try but I have not yet found around…

Personally, I prefer the tea diet (I've also done with good results) that tells you: do not drink wine and not introduce sugars for X days. Then you can start to do so, slowly and in moderation. This, in my opinion, is the basic concept: moderation. And if I have to lose some’ pounds, for a while’ I'll make sacrifices. But Bacchus, vivaddio, will never be alcohol free!

ps. My American friends make me know that in the United States these wines there are some’ and they have enjoyed great success…

7 Responses
  • Elisa Mazzavillani
    January 13, 2012

    A few months ago, for they heard radio, but the speech by improntarono understand that the type of product had been “invented” for those who for health reasons, but mostly for religious reasons could not take alcoholic beverages, It was therefore a product addressed to Muslims, and Arab countries, He had gained immense popularity. Elisa

  • comprar vinos
    January 19, 2012

    Amazing things here. I'm very glad to see your article. Thank you a lot and I'm having to look ahead to contact you. Will you kindly drop me a mail?

  • Ivan Cinti -
    February 21, 2012

    The alcohol-free wine is produced by at least ten years in Europe, America and Australia. Wine without alcohol or alcohol-free is not a natural product exactly as it is not the wine. Alcohol extraction is carried out basically 2 ways: for low-temperature distillation or reverse ormosi. In Italy it is found for several years and it is certainly not an exclusive of the firm in question in article. I marketed via my website now 2 years and I must say it is a growing market although Italian gorverno boycott the product beforehand. I would have to say many things about but this is not the place…I just hope that slowly you clear about this product especially for a conscious consumption. Invitation to go read some more on my website. A soft greeting to all.

    • Gourmet Geisha
      February 22, 2012

      Dear Ivan, I would like you to write me a little closer, which I will publish on your behalf, If you are agree. The look on I thank you in advance, GG

  • Robert franz
    December 6, 2012

    I am interested to the product, but I can't find a manufacturer, who help me ?

    May 1, 2013

    Is this wine has existed for quite a while in North america ...I took it once…drink less but prefer to drink good…

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