New Low Calorie Option for Michigan Wine Lovers
Paw Paw, MI – St. Julian, Michigan’s most awarded winery, has released a brand-new offering perfect for those seeking a lighter option. Perennial, a dry sparkling rosé, is a low sugar and low calorie option at only 97 calories per serving.
“Over the past few years there has been an increasing demand for lower calorie offerings,” explains Alyssa Sonnevil, Director of Marketing at the winery. “We are excited to introduce an impressive product that doesn’t sacrifice on flavor. We are fortunate to have a great winemaking team that can tackle the complexities of a low-calorie wine that still tastes delicious.”
Perennial, meaning everlasting and enduring, is perfect for those with wellness in mind. Dry and sweet drinkers alike will enjoy this light and bubbly wine made from Michigan grapes.
St. Julian Winery is Michigan’s largest and most awarded winery. With over 100 years of experience crafting excellent Michigan wines, St. Julian is committed to continuing to push the boundaries of winemaking in the midwest.