Non-alcoholic wines and non-alcoholic sparkling wines are not produced from grape juice; they are produced by dealcoholizing normal wine.
The “Carl-Jung-Method” of careful dealcoholization was developed in 1908 by Dr. Carl Jung and has since then undergone continuous improvement.
Alcohol is removed from the wine by a special distillation method at 28°C under vacuum.
The aromatic products are collected separately and re-introduced into the non-alcoholic wine thereby, preserving taste, aroma and character of the original wine.
Non-alcoholic drinks may (by law) not contain more than 0.5% vol alcohol. The non-alcoholic wines of Carl Jung GmbH exhibit a residual alcohol content of max. 0.3 % vol. Normal wine usually contains 10 to 14 % vol alcohol.