Non-Alcoholic Wine Review

Pierre Chavin ‘Pierre Zero Prestige’ Alcohol Free (France)

Pierre Zero Prestige red non-alcoholic wine
Pierre Zero Prestige red non-alcoholic wine

Pierre Zero Prestige Alcohol Free: Review

Before we start: If you are new to drinking non-alcoholic wine try my 2 minute Guide to Non-Alcoholic Wine. Acceptable non-alcoholic wine. Pierre Zero Prestige is a merlot made by Pierre Chavin in the south of France. Dark coloured wine with smooth and balanced flavours of stewed cherry and rhubarb. In this sense it is highly similar to Win.e Tempranillo in flavour profile. The rhubarb flavour is not very wine-like. All the same it is drinkable. Cost AUD 22 (~ USD 16).

Energy: 22 Cal per 100ml. Alcohol < 0.5% ABV

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Win.e Tempranillo: more stewed cherry and rhubarb flavours

Lautus Savvy Red: The best dry red non-alcoholic wine there is in my opinion. South African.

Newblood Shiraz: Very good dry red non-alcoholic wine. Australian.

Songbird Cabernet Sauvignon: The other contender to be best dry red. Also 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 22 (~ USD 16). I bought mine online from Craftzero and also available at Alcofree.

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