This elivo zero zero deluxe white NA wine is nice and dry. A sort of Sauvignon Blanc-like wine with a touch of lemon. I would serve it with seafood, white meats and delicately seasoned pasta dishes.
Zero Zero Deluxe White
“ Structured, balanced and elegant in the mouth. Floral and fruit aromas, with mango and melon standing out. Smoky notes and a grassy base can also be perceived.”
Features• Package Includes: Élivo Zero Zero Deluxe White Alcohol Free (0.0%) White Wine 750ml.
• Produced by Élivo winery in Spain with Albariño and Airén grapes.
• Created for consumption at home, to accompany everyday life. Pair with daily meals or enjoy as a standalone wine.
• Best served at 6-8ºC (42.8 - 46.4ºF).
Élivo Zero Zero Deluxe White non-alcoholic white wine is created for consumption at home to accompany everyday life. This alcohol-free white wine can be paired with daily meals. It can also be combined with an aperitif or can be enjoyed alone while waiting for a meal.
Structured, balanced and elegant in the mouth. Smooth passing through the mouth, leaving a sweetness with acidic and citric hints of orange peel. This wine presents an in-mouth density, which is combines well with the freshness of a lasting and silky passing with a sustained finish. The aftertaste is replete with memories of ripened fruit.
Following the ripening process in the vineyard allows us to choose the optimum harvest day in accordance with the condition of the grapes. Grapes are collected manually and are passed through the destemming machine. After the crushing process, the must is cooled until a natural decanting process takes place. The must is transferred to the fermentation vats, where the temperature is controlled so that fermentation takes place at low temperatures. This enables the procurement of fresh persistent aromas, which are maintained during the dealcoholization process. dealcoholization is carried out using a pressure system at a low temperature, where high pressure and a temperature of 30ºC are combined in order to convert the ethanol into vapor. The vapors are removed with a gas extractor and the rest of the wine remains in liquid state, without the ethanol. Once it has been dealcoholized, a part of the wine is aged for 6 months in French Oak barrels, with the wine lees in stainless steel vats. This combination contributes a smoothness in the mouth and a better perception of the varietal aromas, especially of the Albariño. The process continues with clarification and filtration, before carrying out the final coupage and bottling.