Dr Zenzen Non-Alcoholic Riesling: Review
Before we start: If you are new to drinking non-alcoholic wine try my 2 minute Guide to Non-Alcoholic Wine. Dr Zenzen Non-Alcoholic Riesling is a non-vintage zero-alcohol white wine made in Germany. It has a clean pale lemon colour, and a clean light nose. Flavours of grapefruit, lime and peach. Acceptable drink. There’s better out there (see below) It doesn’t taste like a typical German or Australian riesling due the citrus flavours being so dominant.
The bottle cost AUD 13 which is in line with most decent non-alcoholic sparkling wines.
Energy is106kJ per 100ml, so roughly one quarter of the same volume of alcoholic wine.
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Lautus Savvy White: Good dry sauvignon blanc non-alcoholic. Arguably the best on the market.
Giesen 0% Sauvignon Blanc: Decent Kiwi sauvignon blanc.
Win.e Verdejo. A very good Spanish de-alcoholised white.
Funky Monkey Pinot Grigio: And high quality non-alcoholic. Australian. Less pronounced citrus than the wine reviewed on this page.
Plus and Minus Pinot Grigio: Made by the same company as the Funky Monkey wine just above. Just as good. Easier to find retail.
Food Matching | Food Pairing
Soft goats milk cheese.
Where to Buy
I got mine online from Sansdrinks. It’ll cost about AUD 12 which is at the lower end for a non-alcoholic wine.