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Does the Celebrity Edge carry non-alcohol wine onboard ship?

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On ‎2‎/‎16‎/‎2020 at 2:39 PM, Burnview said:

Does the Celebrity Edge carry non-alcohol wine onboard ship?

 

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Yes -   They carry Fre - by Sutter Hill.   They have White, Red, Rose and Bubbly.  

 

I don't drink alcohol and drink it often.    We once went to a Chef's Dinner and the wine steward matched non-alcoholic wines with each course for me.   Was a nice touch and didn't feel like 3rd man out.

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Jim is absolutely correct.  Our friends do not drink alcohol and enjoyed the non alcoholic wine with dinner each night

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Also a non alcohol drinker, a lovely alternative. Are these non alcoholic options available with the classic package. Thanks so much.

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Just be aware that nonalcoholic wines and beers may not actually have zero alcohol--federal law allows them to have up to .4% but still qualify to be listed as nonalcohol. (Fre says theirs is this amount.)

 

We found this out the hard way because the same type of issue occurs with decaf coffee. My wife has supersensitive a-fib that gets triggered even by trace amounts of caffeine or alcohol.

 

Labelling laws are funny: a 12 oz can of Pam spray cooking oil says there are zero calories per serving, and 0% of recommended daily allowance of fat. But the serving size is .25 gram, which has calories and fat content too low to require to be listed because anything less than half a gram is allowed to be rounded to zero. Fat actually has about 9 calories per gram. There are 1117 servings in the can of Pam, with a total calorie content of @2,500 despite the label saying 0 calories per serving.

 

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