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Proteau Ludlow Red Non-Alcoholic Aperitif
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Proteau Ludlow Red

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It’s not wine, although it is made for the same occasions. This unique botanical aperitif is a balance of bitter, floral, & fruit. 

What’s a botanical aperitif you ask? It is a drink made from plant derived ingredients like blackberry, roasted dandelion, chamomile, rose, & black pepper. These botanicals, plus more, make it the perfect pre-dinner drink that is also well-suited for meals and to end the night. A truly versatile non-alcoholic concoction.

What does it taste like?

  • The bittersweet complexity, high acidity, and fruitiness define this non-alcoholic aperitif 
  • Nose: spicy, earthy, floral, licorice-root
  • Palate: semi-sweet with medium body, tart, peppery, chrysanthemum, intense blackberry and fig vinegar, hibiscus, long peppery-sharp finish
  • Conclusion: absolutely unique & invigorating taste profile, must-try


  • Serve chilled on its own
  • Mix 4oz of chilled Ludlow Red with 4oz of sparkling water for a spritz, pour over ice and garnish with a fresh rosemary sprig
  • Refrigerate after opening, drink within 10 days for best flavour

Good to know

  • Made in USA
  • 750ml bottle
  • 30 calories per serving
  • No added sugar (6g per serving)
  • Vegetarian
  • 0.008% alcohol

Ingredients: Water, Blackberry Juice Concentrate, Fig Vinegar, Licorice Root Extract, Roasted Dandelion Root Extract, Chamomile Extract, Rose Extract, Hibiscus Extract, Black Pepper Extract, Chrysanthemum Extract, Honeysuckle Extract, Xanthan Gum.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Different, but good

I like it the most when in cocktails, takes some getting used to but now I love it

Pavel Samsonov
Peppery blackberry juice

Quite sweet and a little flat when drinking on its own, but blossoms when mixed with tonic and bitter liqueurs like Suze with a careful drop or two of Angostura bitters.