Chavin Introduces Low-Calorie Range

The specialist in alcohol-free wines has introduced a new line with less sugar.

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Pierre Chavin focuses on fewer calories.
Pierre Chavin focuses on fewer calories.

Maison Chavin has launched a new non-alcoholic line "Chavin Zero". It consists of a Sauvignon Blanc, a Rosé and a Cabernet-Merlot, each with an RRP of €14. The focus is on a reduced sugar content of between two and three grams per liter, which corresponds to only around twelve kcal per glass and is well below the industry average, according to the company.

Pierre Chavin was founded in 2010 by Mathilde Boulachin and is based in southwest France. In recent years, it has developed into a specialist for non-alcoholic wines with a turnover of around €11m and 17 employees in more than 60 countries.


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