The McGuigan Winery, based in the Hunter Valley region in NSW, Australia is committed to sustainable winemaking practices. With a great mix of traditional and innovative winemaking values, McGuigan consistently produces some of the world's finest wines, all free of artificial sweeteners or flavours.
What does the “Zero” in McGuigan Zero mean?
McGuigan have called their non-alcoholic range McGuigan Zero to distinguish the range from their alcoholic wines. For a wine to be labeled zero alcohol or de-alcoholised, it can not contain more than 0.05% residual alcohol left in the wine. 0.5% ABV is similar to the amount of alcohol in fruit juice and bananas.
How long have McGuigan been making wine?
The McGuigan story dates all the way back to 1880 with pioneer Owen McGuigan working on vineyards in the Hunter Valley. By the 1960-1980 the McGuigan family name was well established in Australia.
What is in the McGuigan Zero wine range?
At Sans Drinks you can buy the entire range of McGuigan Zero: McGuigan Zero Sauvignon Blanc, McGuigan Zero Dry Sparkling, McGuigan Zero Chardonnay, McGuigan Zero Shiraz and McGuigan Zero Dry Rose. These non-alcoholic wines are taste very similar from their alcoholic equivalents and come with so many additional benefits.
Does McGuigan use artificial ingredients in the McGuigan Zero range?
McGuigan are dedicated to providing their customers with wine that is completely free of artificial sweeteners or flavours. All of the flavours in the McGuigan Zero range comes from juicy, vine-ripened wine grapes.
Is McGuigan’s non-alcoholic wine healthy?
The McGuigan Zero range is a great choice for those who enjoy wine but are also health conscious. Study after study has proved that alcohol can cause an array of negative health outcomes. Conversely, alcohol-free wines can have some added health benefits such as improved sleep, better mood, and increased energy when compared to drinking the alcoholic versions.