Carl Jung Cuvee Weiss Non-Alcoholic Wine

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At the beginning of the 20th century, Dr. Carl Jung a wine merchant and son of a winemaking family from the Rheingau (Germany), busied himself with the question: can wine be enjoyed without alcohol? At the time customers were swearing off wine due to health issues. But Carl Jung had a thought: wine needs taste, not alcohol.

Inspired by expeditions to the Himalayas, which used rapidly boiling water at extreme altitudes, he succeeded in 1907 with a ground-breaking invention – a vacuum extraction process where alcohol is gently withdrawn from the wine at less than 30 degrees. With aroma recovery, the natural wine aromas are captured and bouquet and taste are preserved. It was awarded a patent for its process and Carl Jung became the inventor of the alcohol-free wine.

The passion and years of research on his invention led to further patents that refined the quality and taste of Carl Jung non-alcoholic wines.

Carl Jung Cuvee Sweet Non-Alcoholic Wine

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This elegant Non-Alcoholic Cuvee Sweet is a crisp, fruity wine which is clean on the palate and has a medium finish.

The composition of the cuvée is known in France as the assemblage. This means either the common pressing or also the fermentation of different grape varieties in a fermentation tank for the production of wine, or the subsequent combination of batches of wine of different grape varieties or locations.

The wine obtained in this way is called Cuvée. For the perfect cuvée, specially selected wines are blended with each other. For newcomers in the field of non-alcoholic wines, our Carl Jung Cuvée Weiss is the ideal wine for beginners. 

Carl Jung are the inventors of alcohol-free wines and have been making them for over 100 years.

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At the beginning of the 20th century, Dr. Carl Jung a wine merchant and son of a winemaking family from the Rheingau (Germany), busied himself with the question: can wine be enjoyed without alcohol? At the time customers were swearing off wine due to health issues. But Carl Jung had a thought: wine needs taste, not alcohol.

Inspired by expeditions to the Himalayas, which used rapidly boiling water at extreme altitudes, he succeeded in 1907 with a ground-breaking invention – a vacuum extraction process where alcohol is gently withdrawn from the wine at less than 30 degrees. With aroma recovery, the natural wine aromas are captured and bouquet and taste are preserved. It was awarded a patent for its process and Carl Jung became the inventor of the alcohol-free wine.

The passion and years of research on his invention led to further patents that refined the quality and taste of Carl Jung non-alcoholic wines.

Ingredients

De-alcoholised wine, beet sugar, CO2, sulphites

Per 100ml: 5.4g carbs of which 5.0g sugars, 101 KJ

Zero Drinks say:

This is our only imported wine, and not without reason. Carl Jung are the inventors of alcohol-free wines and have been making them for over 100 years.

De-alcoholised wines take getting used to, but within the category this is arguably best-in-class.