Duncan has always loved science and the outdoors. Winemaking in Marlborough allows him to enjoy his two passions every day. Read more
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0% alcohol. 100% flavour.
Giesen 0% is an alcohol-removed wine that everyone can enjoy, no matter the occasion.
Made from our premium, full-strength Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, Giesen 0% keeps all the best qualities of Giesen Estate.
It’s aromatically expressive, crisp, and refreshing, with the varietal characteristics you know and love… only with the alcohol gently removed.
Did we mention it has low calories? With only 10.6 calories per 125ml serving, that’s 85% less calories than full strength wine.
Perfect for enjoying at home, out with friends and family, or any time you’d prefer a glass of wine without the after-effects.
Great wines are the ones we remember from fun experiences with family and friends, that’s why we created Giesen Estate. Our Estate wines showcase distinctive regional varieties which are generous, smooth, relaxing and most of all taste great.
Marlborough - Wairau Valley & Awatere Valley
We create premium, full-strength Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, before using advanced spinning cone technology to gently remove first the aroma, and then the alcohol.
We collect the delicate aroma and recombine it with the wine to maintain its distinctive nose.
The final blend is a dry, refreshing style of non-alcoholic wine with low calories.
You already know and love the fresh aromatics and crisp, clean flavours of a uniquely Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc. What if we told you we’ve made yet another premium Marlborough Sav... but without the alcohol?Read more
"This is a giant leap forward in 0% alcohol Sauvignon Blanc. The new Giesen 0% - Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc tasted like a Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc with pronounced passionfruit and red capsicum flavours. It’s slightly sweet but dry with a pleasing sweet/sour tension. This was my favourite out of the three [blind taste-tested no-alcohol Sauvignon Blanc wines]. I’d very happily drink it."