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Try Blumond, the first blue wine in the world. A unique product for your luxury moments.
Tired of conventional red, white or rose wine? Blumond is a velvety and seductive blue sparkling wine that is deliciously fruity with a hint of peach presented in an exclusive and well recognisable bottle.
Blumond is produced through a pigmentation process. Firstly a base is created from a mixture of white grapes, which is then added to two organic pigments; indigo and anthocyanin - which comes from the very skin of the grapes used to make wine this is how it gets its blue colour.
Low in calories - only 60 cal per 250ml glass - and only 7 grams of sugar per litre. This wine is also VEGAN - no animal products were used in the creation of this unique wine.
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