Gluten Free Sparkling Ciders and Sparkling Wines

Posted by on Dec 30, 2011 in Newsy | 2 comments

… Let Some Bubbly Help Ring in Your Gluten Free New Year!

To help your New Year’s celebration be a success for all of your gluten-free guests, here  is a list of sparkling ciders, sparkling juices, and sparkling wines safe for serving. Though the list is not comprehensive, we’ve included brands which we found most widely available. If you know of others, we’d love to hear from you and add them to our ever-building list. Please remember to drink responsibly so your New Year’s celebration is safe and enjoyable for all.

 

Gluten Free Sparkling Ciders Marinellis Sparkling Cider, photo courtesy of Martinellis


Martinelli’s Sparkling Ciders
(all varieties, as well as all Martinelli’s products are gluten free.) 

http://martinellis.com/products/sparkling/

 

Musselman’s Sparkling Apple Cider

http://musselmans.com/products/apple_juice.aspx

 

Trader Joe’s Sparkling Juice Beverages (including Apple Cider, Blueberry, Cranberry and Pomegranate.)

http://www.traderjoes.com/lists/no-gluten.asp

 

Gluten Free Sparkling Wines

 

Korbel Brut Champagne Korbel Brut Champagne, photo courtesy of Korbel

http://korbel.com/Brut.aspx (Though this link will not provide gluten free information, I spoke directly to the lab at Korbel. They sent me product allergen information clearly stating there is no wheat or gluten in their Brut Champagne, even though this information is not currently listed on their website. If you would like this information sent to you, please contact me at info@DailyForage.com.)

 

Martini Asti Sparkling Wine

http://enjoyourbrandsresponsibly.com/locale/us/info_martini_asti.aspx

 

Yellow Tail Bubbles Sparkling White Yellow Tail Bubbles Sparkling Rose, photo courtesy of Yellow Tail

http://www.discoveryellowtail.com/bubbles/white.php

 

Yellow Tail Bubbles Sparkling Rose

http://www.discoveryellowtail.com/bubbles/rose.php

2 Comments

  1. its so difficult to find out if sparkling wines are gluten free. I asked Cono sur, and bairfoot rose and many more but they just block the answer, the say if the wine is made is barrels, beware. why cant each wine or sparkling be labelled, because they contain the gluten in the flavourings.

    regards larry

    • I completely agree with you Larry! Thanks for sharing your frustrations … That means I have more work to do to get info for folks here. I’ll check into it. Please be sure to check back for updates. And thanks so much for taking the time to comment.

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