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‘Sober Curious’ and embracing ‘Mindful Drinking’

‘Sober Curious’ and embracing ‘Mindful Drinking’

If you are mulling over whether reducing your alcohol intake might have a positive impact on your life, you’re not alone! There are a rapidly growing number of ‘sober curious’ people taking a closer look at the role alcohol plays in their lives.

INTRODUCING BONNIEVALE NEAT DE-ALCOHOLISED WINES

INTRODUCING BONNIEVALE NEAT DE-ALCOHOLISED WINES

We're excited to share that Bonnievale NEAT De-Alcoholised Wines have been added to the Zero Drinks offer.

SOBER CELEBS

SOBER CELEBS

Asked by a waiter if Robert Downey Jr would like a glass of wine with dinner, he said “I’d love to, but I have plans for Christmas 😂

The Dry January challenge - What do you drink when you’re not drinking?

The Dry January challenge - What do you drink when you’re not drinking?

Dry January spilled across from UK, Europe & US in recent years and it is gaining momentum as a global trend to abstain or reduce alcohol consumption for the month of January. There are numerous well-documented physical, mental & emotional benefits to “dropping the bottle” for a while and taking some time out to re-evaluate our relationship with alcohol.

A key success factor to Dry January is having healthy, great tasting non-alcoholic alternatives to replace those ‘go-to’ alcoholic drinks. This is often a challenge with a limited range of non-alcoholic drinks readily available in supermarkets & liquor...


WHAT’S THE DEAL WITH DRY JANUARY?

WHAT’S THE DEAL WITH DRY JANUARY?

Although the term Dry January has origins dating back to 2000’s, it has sprung up more notably in recent years in Europe, UK & US and is gaining momentum as a global trend to abstain or reduce alcohol consumption for the month of January.

 There are numerous benefits to “dropping the bottle” for a while, the predominant one being to develop a new relationship with alcohol. January can be an idealistic month as it’s when we tend to kick off our new year’s resolutions and it’s often when we’re still recovering from those December hangovers...

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