Eleven non-alcoholic wines are produced at the Australian wine estate Edenvale. They make four sparkling wines (white, rosé and red), three white wines (Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and a Riesling), three red wines (Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz) and a Rosé. At Edenvale the alcohol is removed after the production of the alcoholic wine, and a maximum of 0.5% alcohol remains in the final product. They want to produce non-alcoholic wine that is just as delicious as the alcoholic version.

Tasted! Edenvine Chardonnay

The first wine we will taste from the Australian winemaker is the Chardonnay. This Chardonnay is produced with the utmost care in the Southeast of Australia and should be an ideal companion for a piece of fish, poultry or a soft cheese. This golden yellow Chardonnay smells very fruity. That fruity character is retained when you taste the wine. Citrus, pineapple and apple are abundantly present and provide the right acidity. Some alcohol-free wines taste rather sweet, that is certainly not the case with this Edenvine Chardonnay.

The Edenvine Chardonnay tastes best when served very cool. Other non-alcoholic white wines will lose a lot of taste when you drink them a little warmer, this is not the case with this Edenvine Chardonnay.

For those who love a dry, fruity Chardonnay, which at no time tastes too sweet, this Edenvine Chardonnay is highly recommended.



  • Colour: Wit
  • Bottle: 75 cl.
  • Alcohol: 0,5%
  • Calories: 22,5/100 ml
  • Grape: Chardonnay
  • Serving Temperature: 8-10°C
  • Conserving Temperature: 10-12°C
  • Storage: 3 years
More information about this wine and the other Edenvale wines can be found at www.edenvale.com.au