The official stuff
ZENO virtuously hand craft award winning prestige alcohol-liberated wines. This 2022 Viura is a white wine with an attractive, polished green straw appearance with pronounced, fresh aromas of citrus, passionfruit and green apple.
This wine is an IWSC, Great Taste and Global Lo and No Masters Awards winner.
Starting in ZENO's vineyards in central Spain, organically grown vines nestle on undulating hills surrounded by picturesque almond orchards & sheep grazing in fertile fields. At harvest, they select parcels of the best fruit with specific qualities tailored for getting the perfect result through the de-alcoholisation process. Carefully vinified in their world class winery, the wines are then meticulously blended before gently removing the alcohol. Finally, further extensive blending & tasting follows, led by their Master Winemaker, to achieve wines with regional expression and sophisticated aroma & flavour qualities.
Alcohol content: 0.3%
Style: Dealcoholised white wine
Container: 750ml glass bottle
Energy: 23.0 kCal/100 ml
Sugars: 3.0g/100 ml
Vegan friendly: Yes
Gluten free: Yes
How to store: Store in a cool place. Serve chilled.
Country of origin: Spain
Ingredients: De-alcoholised Wine, concentrated rectified grape juice, preservative E-242, natural aromas, arabic gum.
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Why it's worthy
The founders, David Hodgson and Will Willis, are pioneering new benchmarks for the creation of non-alcoholic wines.
What you'll taste
On the palate there is a textured mouthfeel of ripe mango, passionfruit, crisp apple and zingy citrus with a light herbaceous and elderflower note on a prolonged finish.
The perfect pairing
Best served chilled in a white wine glass.
The pleasant surprise
Zeno wines have been widely recognised as setting new standards in non-alcoholic wine production. They've even been featured on Saturday Kitchen.