I read up about sulphites yesterday, it's a preservative, and then I googled which supermarkets stocked them.
I went into my usual supermarket today and asked a young lad in the wine aisle where the sulphite free wines were. I must admit I expected him to give me a blank look, but no he led me straight to the few they had. Both are organic one a Shiraz and the other Cabernet Sauvignon.
I then got carried away of course and went to read the back of an advocaat bottle, nothing at all on there so I googled it and it appears all the contents are all natural. that went into the trolley too. Then on I went to search for additive free lemonade and also lime cordial to make snowballs - just love those good old fashioned drinks! Last year I set my heart off racing drinking them, but I wasn't so careful checking for additives in the lime and lemonade.
A few days ago, someone in answer to another post on here stated that he was drinking white wine because it doesn't contain sulphites. Well I can tell you it certainly does.
I'll report back at some stage and let you know how I got on with these drinks. Has anyone else tried them?