Shop Non-Alcoholic Low Sugar Wine
One of the biggest misconceptions people make about non-alcoholic wine is that it is high in sugar. But this is not the case at all, in fact, Sans Drinks has a substation selection of low sugar alcohol free wine. Our low sugar wine is labelled in accordance with Food Standards Australia and NZ, who state that a drink can only be considered 'low in sugar’ if it contains 2.5g of sugar, or less, per 100ml. While we don’t currently have a completely sugar free wine, many of our wines are officially low sugar. Our low sugar wine brands include Giesen 0%, Wolf Blass, Plus & Minus, Newblood and Lautus. If you are interested in sugarfree drinks We also stock a large range of sugar free and low sugar non-alcoholic spirits and pre-mixed drinks.
Is there a sugarfree non-alcoholic wine?
At the moment, there are no non-alcoholic wines that are completely sugar free - this is due to the natural sugars that are found in grapes. However, there are lots of low sugar alcohol free wines. According to Food Standards Australia and NZ, a drink can be labelled ‘low in sugar’ if it contains 2.5g of sugar, or less, per 100ml. Many of our non-alcoholic brands fall into this category, including Giesen 0% Sauvignon Blanc (1.8g sugar/100ml), Wild Life Botanicals Sparkling (2.4g sugar/100ml) and Wolf Blass Zero Shiraz (2g/100ml).
What is the sugar content in wine?
It is difficult to know the exact sugar content in wine because at the moment, wine makers are not required to list how much sugar in wine on their labels. So if you are wondering how much sugar in white wine you might struggle to find an accurate, reliable answer. Non-alcoholic wine makers, on the other hand, are required to clearly list both sugar in wine and calories on their labels. This means that when you’re drinking alcohol free wine, you know exactly how much sugar you are consuming.
What kind of wine has the lowest sugar?
Many non-alcoholic wines are low sugar and low calorie. Our most popular low sugar alcohol free wines include, Giesen 0% (1.8g sugar/100ml), Wild Life Botanicals Sparkling Nude (2g sugar/100ml), Thomson & Scott Noughty (2.9g sugar/100ml) and Wolf Blass Zero Shiraz (2g sugar/100ml).
Is there a lot of sugar in non-alcoholic wine?
One of the biggest misconceptions about non-alcoholic wine is that it is full of sugar. This is probably a hangover from the times when non-alcoholic wine was essentially grape juice. New, modern non-alcoholic wines tend to be de-alcoholised, which means that they have the same taste, aroma and mouthfeel as traditional wine – without the calories. Non-alcoholic wine also tends to be low sugar.
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With over 10+ years of researching and collecting wines, our non-alcoholic wines section features a curated selection of alcohol-free wines including exclusive brands you won't find in other stores. Enjoy an extensive range of non-alcoholic red wines, non-alcoholic white wines, non-alcoholic sparkling wines, non-alcoholic rosé wines and wine alternatives. Many of the non-alcoholic wines we stock are Australian-made including Next Destination Wines, 1920 Wines and more. We also stock a selection of international non-alcoholic wines like the Two Hoots Wines, Thomson & Scott Noughty and more.
With a strict ingredients and brand policy in place, you can expect non-alcoholic wines that have no artificial colours, no artificial sweeteners and are low in sugar content. If you're not sure where to start, we recommend trying our expertly curated non-alcoholic mixed wine packs — from the best non-alcoholic reds to the best non-alcoholic whites and everything in between, you'll be sure to find your favourite non-alcoholic drop!