Tuesday October 20, 2020

Wine: Cutting back without losing out

The pandemic has made many drinkers consider their consumption and switch to low-alcohol wines

6th September, 2020
New strategies and innovations are helping to improve low-alcohol and alcohol-free wine offerings

Like so many other activities during the Covid-19 pandemic, how we drink wine has had to be rethought. Many people saw this time as an opportunity to explore, seeking out different regions and styles. Some chose to buy up in price and quality, experiencing wines they might usually regard as only for special occasions. Some plundered the cellar, others the modest but treasured wine rack reserve, asking: “If now is not the time, then when...

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