Non-alcoholic wine is produced using a similar process to traditional alcoholic wine. The key difference lies in the final step, where the alcohol is removed. One common method used is vacuum distillation, which involves evaporating the alcohol from the wine at a high heat that won’t affect the flavor. This leaves behind a minimal amount of alcohol while preserving the wine’s original taste profile.

Other techniques for making non-alcoholic wine include reverse osmosis and passing the wine through spinning cone columns. These methods help to reduce the alcohol content while maintaining the wine’s flavor and characteristics.

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