Codorníu introduces alcohol-free sparkling wine at Strada


Codorníu Zero

Spanish cava producer Codorníu has introduced its dealcoholised sparkling wine to the on-trade through a listing with Strada restaurants across the UK.

Supported by a special promotional offer, Codorníu Zero’s arrival at the restaurants coincides with Alcohol Concern’s Dry January charity campaign for which Strada is the official food partner.

Throughout January, diners can have a free 125ml glass of the alcohol-free wine when ordering a two-course set menu at £9.95 or a three-course set menu at £11.95. These include new seasonal dishes alongside Strada favourites such as roasted salmon, pasta puttanesca and hazelnut pavlova.

Otherwise Codorníu Zero is priced at £2.95 per 125ml glass, of which Strada is donating £1 per glass to Alcohol Concern, or £10.95 per bottle.

Despite being dealcoholised, Codorníu Zero offers notes of tropical fruit and citrus flavours with a fresh and fruity character that makes it a good accompaniment to a large variety of dishes. It is also available through online retailers.

Simon Bradbury, Codorníu UK managing director, said: “We are delighted to be partnering up with Strada this month for Dry January and supporting Alcohol Concern’s campaign. Codorníu Zero is a great low-calorie alternative to other sweeter sparkling wines.

“Consumers can continue to treat themselves to bubbles whilst sticking to their new year resolutions and exploring non-alcoholic options.”

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