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.
Fresh, cut grass on the nose leads to a fresh and fruity palate.
This medium-bodied white will go well with summer fare, such as salads, asparagus, seafood, and quiches.
This "wine" has a nice crisp mouth feel. While it is not delicious, it is passable. Honestly, though, I don't feel I need to have wine even if everyone else is - I'm okay with just passing, which is what I'll probably do next time.
It's hard to believe this wine has no alcohol. It's my go to wine.