VARIETY: Non-alcoholic wine made with Tempranillo(60%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (40%) grape varieties.

PRODUCTION: In-mouth sampling is carried out to determine the most appropriate days for the production of the alcoholic red wine, which will be the base of Élivo Zero Zero Deluxe. Once the optimum moment has been reached, the grapes are harvested manually and before destemming, the grapes are selected in the winery.

Once the grape has been destemmed, it is placed in maceration vats for a period of three to four days, at a controlled temperature of 14ºC. After the maceration process, fermentation is begun using cultured yeast. Overpumping is used during fermentation in order to provide colour and structure.

Once fermentation has been completed, the wine is racked and a young wine is produced, which complies with the quality requirements for dealcoholisation, passes to the next phase. After racking the wine, the dealcoholisation process begins. Dealcoholisation is carried out using a pressure system at a low temperature, where high pressure and a temperature of 30ºC are combined in order to convert the ethanol into vapour. The vapours are removed with a gas extractor and the rest of the wine remains in liquid state, without the ethanol. Once it has been dealcoholised, the product undergoes a partial ageing process, during which 60% of the wine which is to be dealcoholised is placed in French Oak barrels. The wine remains in the barrels for 4 to 6 months and is subject to an ongoing stabilisation process to ensure that the dealcoholised wine does not deteriorate in the barrels, despite not containing any ethanol. This process provides structure in the mouth. Then, the final coupage is carried out between the young wines and the aged wines, to obtain a smooth and well-structured product which is ready to be bottled.

APPEARANCE: Cherry-red dealcoholised wine with high-intensity, strong violet tones. It is a wine which reflects light well, indicating its clarity and demonstrating a clean appearance.

AROMA: A sweet, fruity aroma, with hints of Cabernet variety. It presents a fragrant bouquet, signalling its aromatic complexity. Among these the smell of mature red fruits stands out, with a final scent of coffee. The combination is harmonised by subtle hints of oak.

MOUTH: A sweet, rich wine, with slightly distinguishable tannins and a characteristic acidity which makes it light and agreeable. As with the nose, fruit flavours are noted, integrated through the enveloping and pleasant tannic structure of the wine. The tannins are soft, without spikes and heighten the passage through the mouth. It has a fruity retronasal and a medium, pleasant aftertaste, in which the same aromas persist as in the nose. It is a healthy, natural product, very pleasant in the mouth and nose and very up to date.

PAIRING: We have prepared this product for home consumption, to accompany daily dishes or your favourite starters. It can also be consumed alone, as a mid-morning or mid-afternoon refreshment, given that it is low in calories and helps you watch your weight.
Serving Temperature: 14-16ºC.


Non-alcoholic red wine, tannins and preservatives (E-220 y E-242).


Calories: 12 Kcal
Ethanol: 0%
Carbohydrates: 2,4 gr.
Fat: 0 gr.
Protein: 0 gr.
Polyphenols: 0,3 %


The product longevity is three years from the date of bottling.
Should be stored at room temperature and in sealed bottles.
Once opened, the product longevity is 3 days and should be kept refrigerated.


Kendo Wine Model Glass Bottle
Capacity: 75 cl -Weight (incl. Contents): 1,450 g -Total height: 320 mm
Diameter: Base: 76 mm – Shoulder: 73 mm.- Height: 320mm.
Packaging: White cardboard boxes of 6 Units. Measurements: 32,5 x 23,5 x 16 cm.
Paletting: European Palette: 180 x 120 x 80 cm.
Palette content: 120 boxes of 6 Units (5 layers of 24 boxes)= 720 bottles
Container: Container 20”: 11 palettes / Container 40”: 24 palettes

TECHNICAL DATA (Chemical Analysis:)

Alcohol Content 0,0% Vol.
PH 3.25
Total acidity 3.25 g/L
Free sulphur 30 mg/L