McGuigan Zero Sauvignon Blanc Review – Does it hit the spot?

Mcguigan zero sauvignon blanc i bought and drank for this review
McGuigan Zero Sauvignon Blanc

McGuigan is a big hitter in the entire wine field and they have targeted the alcohol free section with 4 different alcohol free wines.

They have…

  • Sauvignon Blanc Zero
  • Sparkling Zero
  • Rose Zero
  • Shiraz Zero

Hailing from the Hunter Valley in Australia, i’ll be sampling their Sauvignon Blanc Zero today. I was quite impressed with their other wines so hopefully this follows suit.

The Nutrition

Alcohol – 0.0%

Calories – 24kcal per 100ml

Carbohydrates – 6g per 100ml

Sugar – 4.2g per 100ml

Pretty standard for a non alcoholic or alcohol free white wine. The calories are low, the sugar of 4.2g per 100ml is slightly high but there are many whites with a far higher number and especially the sparkling wines.

For a full overview of wine, calories and sugar see my in-depth article here

The Look

What to say, it looks like a Sauvignon Blanc. It is pale, crystal clear and inviting.

The Aroma

You get a good hit from the sharp green type of fruit. Apples and gooseberry.

The Taste

On the first sip is that acidic hit of sav blanc!

It’s unmistakable as a sav blanc in fact. Dry tasting, acidic, crisp. Citrus and gooseberry

It ends with a powerful flavour that lingers.

I’m not sure everyone would know that’s alcohol free. Except for that price point it would most likely be nasty and not balanced.

I actually opened this for testing and then used it to make a cassoulet. I have to say i would not have known the difference and this was a perfect wine to cook the French classic with.

The Verdict

I thought this was a very good non alcoholic white. It had classic Sauvignon Blanc characteristics, there was nothing nasty about it and i can imagine me sipping this on a hot summers afternoon, happy there is no alcoholic in it and i can go about my day.

The Score

8/10 – One of the better non alcoholic white wines i have tried.

Where to buy

You can check out the latest live prices on Amazon by clicking on this link

For UK readers, Light Drinks has this and others, if you use code OPENINGTHEBOTTLE you get an additional 5% off

For Australian readers, Craft Zero has a range of products, if you use code OPENINGTHEBOTTLE you get an additional 10% off

McGuigan Notes

Aromas of gooseberry and citrus. On the palate, its medium bodied but really refreshing. Flavours of passion fruit, lime with a vibrant and long finish. Pair well with roast chicken, mixed peppers frittata or just as delicious on its own.

Review Overview

One of the better non alcoholic white wines i have tried. It is quite wine like


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