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  • Giesen Alcohol-Free Pinot Grigio
  • Giesen Alcohol-Free Pinot Grigio
  • Giesen Alcohol-Free Pinot Grigio
  • Giesen Alcohol-Free Pinot Grigio

Giesen Alcohol-Free Pinot Grigio

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A delicious New Zealand alcohol-free Pinot Grigio

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On the edge of the earth is a nation of unprecedented natural beauty that's first to see the sun: New Zealand.

Poised between mighty mountains and crashing seas, at the heart of a young glacial valley rests the Giesen family winery. It's the freshness and purity of this pristine place that helps the Giesen brothers create some of the world's best cool climate wines.

They are on a mission to change the way dealcoholized wines are made and how they should taste.

Whatever your reasons for staying sober, you shouldn't have to give up delicious-tasting wine!

You'll be pleased to know Giesen 0% wines are low in calories too, making them a conscious choice for mindful drinkers. 

Alcohol-Free  Pinot Grigio

New Zealand Pinot Grigio is loved the world over with its fresh aromatics and crisp, clean flavors. ​ Giesen brings you a premium quality New Zealand Pinot Grigio with the alcohol gently removed.

This alcohol-removed Pinot Grigio features delicate floral notes with white flowers, lychee, and red apple on the nose.

The palate offers traditional Pinot Gris characters of apple and pear with just a touch of muscat grape. Light, delicious, and balanced between acidity and sweetness. Perfect for enjoying at home, out with friends and family, or any time you’d prefer a glass of wine without the after-effects.

Try this alcohol-removed Pinot Grigio with a roasted pear and feta tart with a fresh seasonal summer salad.

  • Made in New Zealand
  • Alcohol/Volume <0.5%
  • Serving size 750 ml
  • 1 g sugar per serving
  • 34 calories per serving
alcohol free wine / sober life
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