Useful terms when exploring non-alcoholic wines.
Also referred to as 'DeAlcoholized Wine." After first being prepared as a wine - the alcohol is removed - then the wine is classified as non-alcoholic.
Alcohol-removed wine contains less than 0.05% ABV - the international standard for non-intoxicating and a level similar to that found in natural fruit juices.
Served before a meal to stimulate the appetite. It may be served alone or with light hors d'œuvres.
Proxy Wine is a great wine-alternative. Usually non-alcoholic, proxies replicate the experience of drinking wine with taste, notes and more in tact.
Alcohol-Removed, De-Alcoholized and Proxy Wine all are considered non-alcoholic.