You can buy your favourite Clean Healthy Living premium alcohol-removed wines from one of our local stockiest:
The Clean Food Store, 214a Nicholson Road, Subiaco WA 6008
Boatshed Markets, 40 Jarrad Street, Cottesloe, WA 6011
Malibu Fresh, 110 Malibu Road, Safety Bay, WA 6169
Gilbert & Sons, Cnr Rouse & Mandurah Rd, Greenfields, WA 6210
The Grocer & The Chef, 115 Lefroy Road, Beaconsfield, WA 6162
It is virtually impossible to remove 100% of the alcohol from a fermented beverage, therefore Clean Healthy Living alcohol-removed wines do contain small trace amounts of alcohol. The average finished alcohol level of a bottle of Clean Healthy Living is approximately 0.2-0.3% Alc/Vol, which is less alcohol than most freshly squeezed fruit juices.
The International Standard for a non-intoxicating beverage is 0.5% Alc/Vol, of which Clean Healthy Living is nearly half. Below this level, the regulatory body, Food Standards of Australia and New Zealand, does not require producers to include any statement of alcohol content, this is why you will see no reference to alcohol content on our packaging. A bottle of Clean Healthy Living alcohol-removed wines contains 0.0 standard drinks.
Importantly, delicate alcohol extraction technology is used to ensure varietal definition and flavours are retained in all Clean Healthy Living alcohol-removed wines. With Clean Healthy Living, consumers can enjoy a sophisticated beverage, from our large range of wines, without the effects of alcohol.
Clean Healthy Living alcohol-removed wines are produced using the most sophisticated and efficient methods of alcohol extraction.
This includes the use of a custom Spinning Cone Column that has been modified for our use for the extraction of alcohol from Clean Healthy Living wines.
You can read more about our technology and the process of alcoholization here.
Across our range of alcohol-removed wines, each varietal has around half the calories of the equivalent alcoholic wine and is rich in antioxidants.
Clean Healthy Living wine is non-intoxicating, which prevents the body from experiencing the harmful effects of alcohol, including dehydration, stress on organs and all other side effects associated with alcohol
Clean Healthy Living wines are a sophisticated lifestyle beverage and a healthier option for those who love the taste of premium wine.
Our alcohol-removed alternatives are particularly great for wine lovers who prefer not to drink alcohol for health, fitness, pregnancy, safety (designated drivers, employees on call), or religious reasons.
Clean Healthy Living wines are for everyone - to enjoy, to experience, and to remember. This is why we continue to innovate with new varietals and product releases that appeal to every consumer.
Yes! Clean Healthy Living alcohol-removed wines are safe to drink during pregnancy and while breastfeeding. Though Clean Healthy Living contains trace amounts of alcohol (<0.5%ABV), these alcohol levels are similar to those found in fresh fruit juices and cause no harm to the body or your precious baby.
If you do have any concerns, we suggest that you seek medical advice just to be sure.
Sometimes the terms can be tricky for first-timers but it is okay we got you and below we will break down the difference between de-alcoholised wine and non-alcoholic wine.
Put simply, de-alcoholised wine starts off as wine with alcohol then the winemakers have to go through the process of removing the majority of the alcohol.
Generally, this means that there will still be traces of alcohol in the wine. Whereas with non-alcoholic wine, the fermentation process is stopped early, so it still has a similar taste to alcoholic wine but does not contain alcohol because it is stopped.
When alcohol is removed from wine, so too are a large number of calories. Alcohol is created through the fermentation of natural sugars found in the grape, when sugar becomes alcohol it retains its high-calorie count. Taking this alcohol out results in the removal of many of the calories - win, win!
The exact calorie content of our wines varies between varietals, you can check the number of kilojoules per 100ml on the back of each bottle.
What is the difference between energy (kilojoules) and calories? I've heard that between 1200 and 1500 is an ideal daily intake, but I'm not sure if this refers to kilojoules or calories and how this intake would affect me?
Both kilojoules and calories are measures of energy and one calorie equals 4.2 kilojoules/kJ. A kilojoule is part of the metric system used in Australia which is not used in some other countries, such as the United States.
The energy we get from food and drinks, as well as the energy our bodies burn through the day, is measured by the common measurement unit calories or kilojoules.
You would have heard of the numbers 1200-1500 as they are commonly referred to as the daily calorie intake needed to achieve weight loss for most female adults. We recommend contacting a medical professional to discuss caloric intake if this is something you are concerned about in your diet.
Clean Healthy Living source grapes from south-east Australia's most acclaimed winemaking regions. Our team strives to select optimum parcels of fruit that display strong varietal definition for the production of our wide range of premium alcohol-removed wines.
This depends on what the medical condition is. There are minimum levels of the standard preservatives used in winemaking and the residual sugar content should be checked if this is an issue with your diet. Any significant concerns should be discussed with your local medical practitioner or doctor.
Clean Healthy Living alcohol-removed wines have at least the same levels of antioxidants as full alcoholic wine. There is strong evidence from the Australian National Measurements Institute to suggest the levels are even higher, this is due to the concentration of the wine when the alcohol is removed. Other research suggests that antioxidants last longer in our blood plasma without the presence of alcohol.
Yes! All our products are vegan friendly except for our Pinot Noir.
Anytime!! Clean Healthy Living alcohol-removed wines make a great alternative as they are non-intoxicating but offer the same great taste as your favourite wine varietal, so you don't have to miss out on the fun.
Increasingly, we are becoming interested in the antioxidant activity of the foods in our diet. Antioxidants are believed to play a vital role in the defence against harmful free radicals, a by-product of cell aerobic respiration. Unlike many other nutrients, antioxidants are chemically diverse and can come from a variety of sources.
The antioxidants present in vegetables, for example, can be present as Vitamin C, Vitamin E, carotenoids and flavonoid compounds. One way to measure the total antioxidant capacity of the foods we eat is a method called Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity or ORAC.
This is an internationally accepted procedure for measuring the antioxidant capacities of different foods and beverages. It is a lab test that attempts to quantify the "total antioxidant capacity" (TAC) of a food by placing a sample of the food in a test tube, along with certain molecules that generate free radical activity and certain other molecules that are vulnerable to oxidation.
ORAC measures the degree and the length of time it takes to destroy oxygen radicals in food.
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