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New Zealand winery Giesen has released the first alcohol-removed Malborough Sauvignon Blanc in the world. This comes after increasing consumer interest surrounding low-alcohol and non-alcoholic beverages. Giesen use a spinning cone technology to separate the fragrance and alcohol from the wine, before the aroma is added back in. It is said that the wine produced is lighter in flavour whilst boasting citrus flavours with notes of blackcurrant and passionfruit. The wine also has 85 percent less calories than its alcoholic counterpart.
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