SUPERIOR WINES & MAKERS
Quality wines from small, award-winning European vineyards
Crafted by distillation experts to be non-alcoholic
Traceable from vine to glass, with full sourcing facts on every bottle
Tom R. | Blanc Burgunder
Amazing, so refreshing.
Not too sweet. Very surprised and impressed. Easily replaces my regular glass of wine.
Alex M. | Prickly Red
This wine changed my life. Just knowing it is an option has changed the way I think about drinking.
Emma D. | Sparkling Rosé
I forgot this was non-alcoholic.
Honestly hard to believe there wasn’t alcohol in this. Can’t wait to have it again.
How do you remove alcohol from wine?
Our wines begin traditionally: in the vineyard, with grapes harvested at the optimal moment and fermented into premium, fully-alcoholic wine. To achieve quality non-alcoholic results, the dealcoholization approach between fermentation and bottling is key. To remove the alcohol, Studio Null wines are pressurized using a strong vacuumed force, which allows the alcohol to be distilled out of the wine at low temperature. The alcohol is distilled out with careful oversight by dealcoholization experts, making a high-quality alcohol distillate. The wine body and original aroma and flavor compounds remain, and the team expertly calibrates the finishing and resting processes, varying the approach with each wine to maximize expression, character and structure in the final result.
After going through this process, our wines have an average alcohol content of 0.3%, versus the 12-14% they typically start with. Fun fact: many conventional wines also go through a version of this dealcoholization process to bring wines that are too alcoholic (aka “hot”) down to a lower ABV.
Does Studio Null wine contain alcohol? What does less than 0.5% alcohol by volume mean?
Studio Null wines are non-alcoholic beverages, and the FDA requires that alcohol-removed wines carry a “less than 0.5% alcohol by volume” statement, which means that the beverage contains less than half a gram of alcohol per 100 grams. Most fruit juices and non-alcoholic beverages, and foods like bread and yogurt, have trace amounts of alcohol. ABV (alcohol by volume) levels for reference:
• Studio Null wines 0.3%
• Kombucha 0.5%
• Burger rolls 1.28%
• Conventional red wine 13.5%
What are the nutrition and sourcing facts?
Each Studio Null wine lists full nutrition and sourcing facts on the back label. Find the labels exactly as they appear on the bottles below.