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How can high quality wine have zero sugar?Updated 2 days ago

Little known fact — nearly all dry wines from reputable small producers have little-to-no residual sugar and correspondingly low carbs.

During the winemaking process, the natural sugars in grapes are converted to alcohol. Wines that allow all of the sugars to be completely fermented are known as “dry.”

While mass-produced wines from your grocery store can be secretly loaded with sugars to increase a wine’s “likability,” small-production, low intervention winemakers don’t add sugar or additives to their wine. Don’t be fooled by companies claiming to have invented “clean” wine — they are just re-branding dry wine (likely with worse quality juice).

All of our wines come from different award-winning, small producers in WA and have zero sugar (<0.5g) and low carbs (<1g per glass). So drink the good stuff.

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