L'Arjolle's "Zéro" range offers quality alcohol-free wines, made by winegrowers. Their philosophy is to only dealcoholize quality wines because, like cooking, you need quality ingredients to make a good recipe.
L'Arjolle uses a qualitative, ecological, and efficient dealcoholization method: vacuum evaporation and low-temperature distillation. They separate the alcohol from the wine through a distillation process. By placing the installation under a vacuum, the evaporation point of the alcohol is very low, which keeps the vast majority of the initial aromas.
Ripe berry fruit, fresh with a soft mouthfeel, some refined tannin, and a medium-bodied finish.
As an apéritif. Would pair well with pizza, ratatouille, and charcuterie.
New to non-alcohol wine. Has the same tasting qualities as regular wine and can be judged as such. Enjoyed it and will buy it again. Nic colour, and is somewhere between an easy drinking light wine and a more full bodied one.
Best of the ones I’ve found!
So glad that this red wine exists for my husband and I. We've been sober for 5-6 years now and largely stayed away from de-alc wines because they either tasted like sweet grape juice or vinegary grape juice. This one allows us to sip and savour and enjoy a glass (or 2!) just like we used to. It's not sweet and there's a dry note that I love that makes me want another glass. Looking forward to ordering another case soon!!
We thought it would be a bit richer but enjoyed the wine all and all
We found the taste resembled a weak grape juice with astringent overtones. Did not enjoy it, most of the bottle contents went untouched as a result, and will not order it again. The Oddbird blanc and rose were pleasant.