Giesen Introduces 0% Sparkling Brut

Giesen 0% of New Zealand, the global premium brand leader in alcohol-removed wines, is thrilled to unveil the newest addition to its premium non-alcoholic range: Giesen 0% Sparkling Brut. Available now, Giesen 0% Sparkling Brut is the latest release in an award-winning range of wines, including 0% Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Riesling, RosI, and Premium Red.

"Whether we're making 0% or full-strength wines, we want to give wine lovers an elevated wine experience to match every occasion and preference," says Duncan Shouler, Giesen Wines Chief Winemaker. "For Giesen 0% Sparkling Brut, we kept the residual sugar levels low and focused on a dry, refreshing profile that bursts on the palate with lemon, grapefruit, and pear. You get a wonderfully energetic, non-alcoholic sparkling wine that is naturally lower in calories. For wine lovers seeking to expand their wellness choices, that's reason to celebrate!"

Giesen 0% Sparkling Brut is meticulously sourced from select cool climate, highly aromatic grapes from the Waipara region in the South Island of New Zealand. The winemaking team focuses on specific parcels selected for their notes of zesty lemon and grapefruit balanced with pear and stonefruit blossom flavors. 0% Sparkling Brut begins life as a premium full-strength wine before being dealcoholized through spinning cone technology.

Light, playful, and effervescent, Giesen 0% Sparkling Brut is styled as an all-occasion sparkling wine with lemon, grapefruit and pear flavors, elevated by effervescence and ending with a velvety mouthfeel that lingers on the palate. Giesen 0% Sparkling Brut is both dealcoholized and low in calories; with only 21 calories per 5 oz serving with no added sugars, it is one of the lowest-calorie sparkling wines available. New Zealand wine lends itself extremely well to sparkling wine styles due to the purity of fruit flavor and great natural acidity.

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