Welch's, the brand best known for its juices and jams, just released a nonalcoholic sparking rosé thats all bubbly without the buzz.
The light pink beverage certainly looks like all of the other rosés in a bottle, but it doesn't taste like the real thing because its made mostly from grape juice and sparkling water.
One 8-ounce glass of Welch's sparkling rosé has 70 calories, 18 grams of carbohydrates and 17 grams of sugar. Significantly higher in the sugar and carbs content than alcoholic rosé, but it still looks absolutely delicious.
Cheers to Welch's and a fun summer ahead with "Rosé all day!"