Researchers aim to make alcohol-free wines mimic full-strength counterparts | ABC News

Winemakers are working to capitalise on the growing popularity of zero-alcohol wine, as more Australians choose to curb the booze beyond Dry July.
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However, one of the biggest turn-offs for wine drinkers has been that alcohol-free versions simply do not taste the same.

Australian Wine Research Institute research scientist Wes Pearson has spent the past two years conducting sensory research on how to make the flavours and sensations of non-alcoholic wine as similar to the alcoholic version as possible.

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