“Bella Petite Beverages”: The Hottest New Trend in LA and Growing Around the World!

Have you ever tried zero alcohol-infused wines? It’s all the goodness of real wine without the alcohol and all of its complex carbohydrates, calories and sugars. Bella is not just zero-alcohol wine, it’s infused zero-alcohol wine. Bella infuses their wines, sangrias and amazing bubblies with natural USDA-certified organic hemp, giving you a healthier natural relaxing and enjoyable experience.

Bella Petite wines are a great alternative to alcohol, sugary fruit drinks and sodas with less than 40 calories per glass. Bella has introduced a healthier alternative to alcohol, no hangovers, no dehydration and the most delicious real California wines. Bella gives you the ability to enjoy a delicious glass of our Southern Spanish Sangria any time of the day without feeling tired or hungover afterward. Bella’s amazing Blanc bubbly makes the best low-calorie mimosas and Bellinis you have ever had. The best part is being able to enjoy a bottle of Bella’s Pink bubbly at brunch and not have to take a nap afterward. Bella blends the best of natural wine with the amazing relaxing effects of hemp. These amazing wines contain no THC and no psychoactive effects. These wines contain CBD, CBG, and CBN, natural cannabinoids that have been found to have many beneficial effects on stress, anxiety as well as sleep and inflammation.

With the holidays upon us, we all have friends and family that do not or cannot drink. Bella Petite Beverages provide a great alternative to alcohol and a way for everyone to join in and feel like they are a part of the celebration without them jeopardizing their sobriety or health in any way. Being able to be a part of celebrations with friends and family that do drink is very powerful.

Research has discovered that people who can’t drink alcohol for many reasons prefer a product that gives them an enjoyable relaxed experience without any of the negative effects of alcohol. “The near beers” (O’Doul’s) or just alcohol-removed drinks are mostly empty calories and not a formidable alternative to traditional alcohol. Bella’s infused wines and bubblies are the next generation of adult beverages, which are delicious, and low in calories, carbs and sugars. Bella has zero alcohol and is infused with the most advanced natural food science technology to give you an amazing healthy experience.

Bella Petite Beverages offers a wine club on its website. This exclusive club gives you additional discounts on future orders. It provides invitations to wine tastings and events, opportunities to try new wines before they are released to the public and cool swag that you can’t even buy yet.

For more information visit www.BellaPetiteBeverages.com

in News
Related Posts

Woman Charged After High-Speed Pursuit, Multi-Vehicle Crash on 405 Freeway

May 24, 2024

May 24, 2024

Preliminary hearing set for June 20, Suspect Faces Multiple Charges Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón announced that a...

TripAdvisor Ranked This Santa Monica Hotel #1 in America

May 23, 2024

May 23, 2024

The Ranking Honored the Highest Level of Excellence in Travel, Recognizing Those Who Receive a High Volume of Exceptional Review...

(Photo Gallery) Recap of 45th Annual Venice Family Clinic Art Walk

May 23, 2024

May 23, 2024

The Art Walk + Auction, Created in 1979 by Local Volunteers and Artists, Aimed to Prevent the Clinic’s Closure, Fostering...

Report: Judge Requests More Briefing on Bel-Air Bay Club Repair Dispute

May 23, 2024

May 23, 2024

The Bel-Air Bay Club Argues That Proposed Repairs Are Exempt From Requiring a Permit According to a report from City...

SMMUSD Seeks Middle School Athletic Coaches

May 23, 2024

May 23, 2024

Positions Are Available for Flag Football, Girls’ Volleyball, Cross Country, Basketball, Esports, Track and Field, Soccer, Spring Volleyball and Lacrosse...

Husband and Wife Arrested After Reporting Sexual Assault

May 23, 2024

May 23, 2024

The Tables Were Turned  By Zach Armstrong The tables were turned on a married couple after they demanded officers arrest someone...

Rollover Crash on Sunset Blvd. Leaves 3 Hospitalized

May 22, 2024

May 22, 2024

The Vehicle Was Found Set Against an Apartment Complex By Zach Armstrong A rollover crash in the Pacific Palisades left...

LAFD Rescues Trapped Individuals From Venice Public Bathrooms

May 22, 2024

May 22, 2024

After Approximately Eight Minutes, One Stall Door Was Successfully Unlatched By Zach Armstrong LAFD Firefighters and LAPD officers were dispatched to...

Venice Canal Attack Victim’s Condition Takes a Tragic Turn

May 22, 2024

May 22, 2024

CD 11 City Councilmember Traci Park Releases Statement The devastating news that one of the two women who were brutally...

(Video) 2024 Take Action Campaign Happening Now

May 21, 2024

May 21, 2024

More Information at takeactionla.com @palisadesnews Take Action Campaign is happening now throughout LA County #mentalhealth #losangeles #fyp #california #wellbeing #health...

Will Rogers Run Foundation Donates $40K to Local Charities

May 21, 2024

May 21, 2024

The Funds Come from Proceeds From the 2023 July 4th Run The Palisades-Will Rogers 5 & 10K Run Foundation will...

Los Angeles County Rent Relief Program Opens Second Round of Applications

May 21, 2024

May 21, 2024

Applications Accepted Until June 4, Funding and Support Have Been Increased  The Los Angeles County Rent Relief Program (LARRP) has...

Father-Son Duo RSG Janitorial Services Finds Joy In Serving Customers

May 21, 2024

May 21, 2024

Finding handymen and janitorial services can be a hard pick. RSG Janitorial Services, based in Los Angeles, offers a mix...

Check Out Local Library Events and Weekly Reading Programs For This Week

May 21, 2024

May 21, 2024

Brentwood, Palisades, and West Los Angeles Libraries Are Ready for Summer As summer approaches, local libraries are gearing up for...

Bloody-Faced Woman Who Led Police on 405 Pursuit Initiated Chase in Venice

May 20, 2024

May 20, 2024

A Photo Shows Her Appearing Viciously With an Open Mouth By Zach Armstrong A photo of a bloody-faced woman made plenty...