Floreat is a sparkling, low-alcohol wine that's packed with high-quality botanical ingredients to support health and wellness. As health-conscious drinkers choose to drink less alcohol in general and purchase low-ABV products to support their overall lifestyle choices, they are creating plenty of opportunities for traditional wines and spirits to be reintroduced with an emphasis on wellness.
Floreat offers a mindful and modern take on tonic wine and was crafted by medical herbalist and former Diageo executive Anne-Marie Hurst, chemist Fred Hollamby-Jones and sommelier Andrew Mclean. Five carefully chosen flavorful and functional botanical ingredients go into the making of the 5.4% ABV botanical wine—each elegant bottle contains 20 organic rose petals, 50 lime flowers, 75 milk thistle seeds and 40 violets, plus 10 vitamins.
In terms of taste, Floreat is said to be crisp, clean and zesty with a dry mouthfeel. The packaging -- which was completed by design studio Lewis Moberly, matches this experience with a minimalist and elegant aesthetic.