Dr Zenzen Alcohol Free Dornfelder Wine: Review
Before we start: If you are new to drinking non-alcoholic wine try my 2 minute Guide to Non-Alcoholic Wine and my Top Non-Alcoholic Drinks Picks. Dr Zenzen Alcohol Free Dornfelder is an approachable light to medium bodied non-alcoholic red. It’s body is between a pinot noir and a sangiovese but without having the acidity from those wines. Aromas of cooked blackberries, and a slight wet cardboard smell. In the mouth it is very smooth and balanced. Blackberry flavour mixed with black cherry, and a hint of the added grape juice at the edge of the palate.
Energy: 88 kJ per 100ml (21 Cal). Alcohol 0%
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Funky Monkey Zero Alcohol Pinot Noir: Red wine with similar body.
Leitz Zero Point Five: Approachable pinot from Germany
Newblood Shiraz: Contender to be the best dry red non-alcoholic wine. Australian.
Plus and Minus Shiraz (de-alcoholised): More zero alcohol Australian shiraz. This has a much lighter and fruiter style.
McGuigan Zero Shiraz (de-alcoholised). Most widely available, in retail stores such as Dan Murphy’s. Again, has a lighter and fruiter style.
Food Matching | Food Pairing
Tomato based dishes. Prosciutto. Or see my cheese and wine pairing guide for more options.
Where to Buy
It’ll cost about AUD 13 (USD 9.5 or 8 Euros). I got mine online from Alcofree, but most online non-alcoholic specialists stick this. Google it.