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It’s happened to most of us when we’re enjoying some vino – that feeling sneaks up on you and affects you faster than you might think! As a result, some wine drinkers are searching out low-alcohol wines. Whether you want to feel a little less tipsy or are looking to reduce your alcohol intake when you have a glass, low-alcohol wine might be right for you. When the sugars in grapes undergo fermentation you get wine! Naturally, under-ripe grapes have less sugar and result in lower-alcohol wine. Balance is always the key. The sugar re-establishes acidity in grapes which can result in lower-sugar wine wine being unnecessarily high in acidity. Some low-alcohol wine can have a little bit of residual sugar leftover to help tame high acidity – you won’t necessarily taste any sweetness, but it will take the edge off the super-high acid. In the same way that just a touch of sugar can make lemon juice palatable, the same goes for high-acid wine. Get cozy and buy low alcohol wine online!
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