The legal definition of a non-alcoholic beverage dictates the product must contain less than ½ of 1% (0.5%) alcohol. In general, non-alcoholic wines / alcohol-removed / de-alcoholised wines and drinks contain less alcohol than freshly squeezed orange juice. Some products that we stock are .2% and .3% by volume.
Non-alcoholic or de-alcoholised wines are distinctly different from grape juices and other non-alcoholic beverages because they are fermented drinks that have had the alcohol removed. As it is physically impossible to remove 100% of all the alcohol from a fermented beverage, the terms non-alcoholic or de-alcoholised relates to the minute amount of alcohol that remains.
Generally the most common methods of removing or de-alcoholising wines are using cold filtration, vacuum extraction or by a spinning column and various vineries use different methods to achieve the same result.