Non-Alcoholic Wine: What Are Its Real Merits?

Restrictions, interdictions, prohibitions… alcohol, in all its forms, is finding itself almost permanently blacklisted in these accursed times. Yet, between social changes and new trends, alcohol is consumed “better” and more moderately than before. Of course, those who are responsible in all things, including drinking, never make it into the news, where drunkenness and violence form the perfect duo for the scandal sheets. Whereas non-alcoholic beers had their moment of glory a few decades ago, and although a “non-alcoholic” version of it is hard to imagine, wine missing that one notable element is starting to get noticed. However, what do lovers of good wine really think of non-alcoholic wines?

https://www.europe1.fr/economie/moins-sucre-des-bouteilles-semblables-tout-savoir-sur-le-vin-sans-alcool-4018686

https://www.toutlevin.com/article/les-vins-sans-alcool-sont-ils-bons

https://www.theguardian.com/food/2020/jan/19/low-alcohol-wines-dont-have-to-taste-awful

https://www.insider.com/taste-tested-6-nonalcoholic-wines-during-dry-january-2020-1

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