Taking its name from the Latin term, meaning 'let flourish', Floreat is the creation of Anne-Marie Hurst, a qualified medical herbalist. She recognised the global shift towards more mindful living and consumption, and her vision was to create a delicate and delicious sparkling wine, lower in alcohol and calories than existing sparkling wines on the market.
The story began at Anne-Marie's kitchen table, where she lovingly chose a unique blend of botanicals. The vision was to pursue the use of herbs and combine them into an exciting, low alcohol, low-calorie drink that enhances any social gathering or celebration. With its relaxation effects, Floreat is the first in its field.
We decided to combine a balanced approach to alcohol, the final blend was created with master sommeliers over the course of 18 months to produce a sparkling wine that is a beautifully balanced bouquet of flavour. Light bright and golden, with gentle bubbles and a zesty, crisp nose. Floreat delivers a distinctive and modern taste.
Something like - All of our grapes are grown and hand-picked in vineyards in LOCATION , Cornwall. The combination of rolling hills and sea air makes for a perfect grape. The grapes are harvested in Autumn where they are delivered to our facility and processed for the next batch of Floreat.
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Formally recognised as: Digest tonic, hepatoprotective, heptatonic, and antioxidant, cholagogue. This means it helps clear waste products out of the body via the liver. It protects the liver and can also regenerate liver cells.
Recognised as high in silica which is necessary for hair, nails and skin. Also protective for kidneys, prostate, and useful for inflammation or infection in the urinary tract.
Linden - Tilia spp.
Recognised for treatment of anxiety and nervous tension, hypertension, common cold.
St Johns Wort
Recognised as an analgesic and anti-depressant also antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, relaxant and antiviral.
Viola Tricolour & Viola Oderata
Recognised as anti-inflammatory, capillary fragility, and especially useful for skin disorders. Useful for treating coughs.
Evidence to support use as antidepressant, antioxidant, antibacterial, indicative use for treatment of various cancer types, diabetic assistance in moderating blood glucose levels.
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