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Best Low Alcohol Wines for summer

Updated on March 25, 2020
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After drinking few glasses in summer, the amount of alcohol (12 to 14 per cent) consumed can make a big difference on how you feel the next morning. Here are some of the best alcohol wines, with great taste and less of the bad stuff, to try during summer season causing very less impact on your mind.

Before proceeding further, I should mention that these alcoholic drinks are recommendable only for people older than 18 years.

1. The Society’s Vinho Verde

Alcohol Level: 11.5%
Style: White Wine
Origin: Portugal
The wine is very light and easily digestible. Available at low price, the wine is a mixture of trajadura and alvarinho, extremely fruity and light, along with the spritz from the region’s traditional wines. The wine contains Muscadet, picpoul and gruner veltliner making it one of the wines of the moment. It is clean and crisp with minerals and soft effervescence making each glass more like an occasion.

2. Asti Spumante


Alcohol Level: 7.5%
Style: Italian White Wine
Origin: Piedmont
Asti is a wine better known for a strong and aristocratic personality because of its aromatic, sweet and distinctive taste. Having a very soft fragrance, it color ranges from pale yellow to pale gold. It also has a hint of wisteria, apricot, acacia flowers and peach. The wine is one of the most exported wines of Italy. It is manufactured by some famous names, Bosca, Gancia, Coppo, Contratto and Martini.

3. Chapel Down Bacchus


Alcohol Level: 12%
Style: White Wine
Origin: England
With excellent fragrance and having fresh and crispy taste, the wine is made from the Bacchus grape and is ideal to have it with salads, Thai cuisine, fish and other seafood. The wine has intense aroma of tropical fruits such as pineapple, melon, grapefruit and lime supported by hints of green pepper. The palate is quite zesty and fresh with a taste of gooseberry. It is named after Roman god.

4. Dr L Riesling


Alcohol Level: 8.5%
Style: White Wine
Origin: Germany
The very famous wine is rich with the racy and elegant touch of classic Mosel Riesling. It is not only refreshing but is also fruity in taste with fine minerals exclusively found in the region. The grapes used for making the wine Dr L Riesling belongs to traditional vineyards having slate oil and slopes. Brothers Ernst and Thomas Loosen have ensured very high quality in their vintage wine products by working closely with selected growers on the basis of long-term contracts.

5. Cuvée des Vignerons, Beaujolais


Alcohol Level: 12%
Style: Red Wine
Origin: France
This French red wine is world-famous and loved by all. It is made using Gamay grapes, which grow on the rolling hills in the region named Beaujolais. The wine is suitable even for vegetarians. Besides this, the wine is good to go with chicken, cheeses, lamb and charcuterie. Often the favorite choice in restaurant, the wine tastes amazing with almost every cuisine.

6. Cantina Cleto Chiarli, Vecchia Modena Lambrusco di Sorbara

Alcohol Level: 11%
Style: Sparkling
Origin: Italy
This award-winning drink has everything one can ask for. It has a bright hue of light pink and a fragrance of strawberries as well as wild berries. Having a lingering fruity character, it is elegant and fresh. Incomparable to the Lambrusco that gave it a bad name thirty years ago, this one is less sweetened and much finer than before.

7. Torres Natureo Dealcoholised Wine


Alcohol Level: 0.5%
Style: White Wine
Origin: Spain
Torres is the world’s most favourable brand, having won awards multiple numbers of times, including Drinks International 2014 and 2015. After a long research, Torres placed the alcohol free high quality wine using a fruit called as natureo. The wine is purely made from Muscat. After fermenting it, the alcohol is carefully removed to prevent the aroma of white flowers, fresh fruit and flavor. It is excellent as an aperitif and also can be paired with every kind of cuisine such as seafood and rice dishes.

8. Lindeman’s Bin 50 Shiraz


Alcohol Level: 13.5%
Style: Red Wine
Origin: Australia
Lindeman’s is said to have a record of highly refreshing wines scored by mixing the best parcels of fruit from every vintage. The wine has berry plum flavours along with a soft finish and spice.

Are you a wine lover, too? What you think about these low level alcohol wine options? What is your favorite summer wine? Do share your comments below.


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