Pros: The Chardonnay is only 100 calories.
Vignette Wine Country Soda
Pros: All natural, not too sweet, nice flavor
The first time I had Vignette Wine Contry Soda was actually at Google...I'd never seen it before, and in the bounty of all the free food and drink of the Google cafeterias, I picked Vignette soda. Now, I'd like to first point out that although they call it "Wine Country Soda" and although it is in a bottle slightly shaped like a wine bottle, it's not alcoholic. It's really just a lovely light sparkling grape juice delicious thing. Yes, that is exactly what it is.
I'm a fan of this soda because there's not sugar or HFCS added, so it's not too sweet. It's got a really nice flavor (not too grapey - although I can only speak to the Chardonnay and the Pinot Noir sodas, as I haven't tried the Rose yet). It's also in glass bottles, so that's nice for the whole recycling factor.
In any case, at the end of the day, if you're going to choose to drink a soda, I would definitely recommend Vignette. Plus they carry it at Whole Foods, so that's a bonus. Oh and it's bottled in Sonoma County, CA so double bonus.
|Type||Carbonated juice or soda|
|Ingredients||Filtered carbonated water, grape juice concentrate, citric acid, natural flavors|
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