Wolf Blass Zero Sauvignon Blanc: Review
Before we start: If you are new to drinking non-alcoholic wine try my 2 minute Guide to Non-Alcoholic Wine, or my Top Rated Non-Alcoholic Wine Picks. A very gently flavoured non-alcoholic wine. Wolf Blass Zero Sauvignon Blanc is very very pale in colour, verging on being as clear as water. Has perfumed low intensity aroma with a hint of gooseberry. Tastes almost like a flavoured water as opposed to a wine. Refreshing grapefruit, gentle lemon and gooseberry flavours. For a more wine-like experience try arguably the best non-alcoholic sauvignon blanc out there, the South African Lautus Savvy White.
< 0.5 % ABV.
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Funky Monkey Pinot Grigio: And high quality non-alcoholic. Australian.
Plus and Minus Pinot Grigio: Made by the same company as the Funky Monkey wine just above. Just as good. Easier to find retail.
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Drink by itself.
Where to Buy
I got mine online from SansDrinks though you’ll find that most Australian online non-alcoholics drinks vendors stock this. Cost about AUD15 (~USD 11) a bottle. Google it.