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Low Sulphites

Low sulphites are perfect for wine lovers with sulphites intolerance and that, for this reason, cannot properly enjoy their favourite glass.

Low sulphites are perfect for wine lovers with sulphites intolerance and that, for this reason, cannot properly enjoy their favourite glass.

In order to make a wine with very low levels of total SO2, it is necessary to have incredibly healthy grapes, with very high levels of natural preservatives (polyphenols). Usually, this means having a better quality wine in your glass. Indeed, Sulphur Dioxide (SO2) is generally used in winemaking for its antiseptic and antioxidant properties. Although sulphites are naturally produced by yeasts as a by-product of the fermentation process itself, it is still possible to find wines where a careful work in the vineyard and in the winery has allowed the winemaker to limit the quantity of added SO2.

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ULPHUR DIOXIDE (SO2) LEVELS IN DIFFERENT TYPES OF WINE & FOOD

Red wines usually do not need any added sulphur dioxide because they naturally contain anti-oxidants, acquired from their skins and stems during fermentation. Conventional winemakers add some anyway.
White wines and rosés generally do not contain natural anti-oxidants because they are not left in contact with their skins after crushing. For this reason, they are more prone to oxidation and tend to be given larger doses of sulphur dioxide.
Sweet wines get the biggest doses because sugar combines with and binds a high proportion of any SO2 added. To get the same level of free sulphur dioxide, the total concentration has to be higher than for dry wines.

We have a selection of good quality, well-made wines that, thanks to a careful winemaking process, have very low levels of final sulphites in the bottle.

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