Non-Alcoholic WineLindeman’s Non-Alcoholic Cabernet Sauvignon

If you’ve found this review, I’m guessing you’ve had somebody say ‘you should try the Lindeman’s Non-Alcoholic Cabernet Sauvignon’. If you’re wanting more detail than simply ‘it’s the best one I’ve tasted’ well, you’re in the right spot! Let’s talk about the ins and outs of the non-alcoholic cab sauv from Lindeman’s.

The Lindeman’s Non-Alcoholic Cabernet Sauvignon is an impressive non-alcoholic wine scoring a 7.45/10 as it is built around a smooth, warm and long body of flavour that is crafted from flavours of dark berries, prune, oak and sweet hints of spice that ride the finishing tannins and linger well between mouthfuls.

Key Takeaways

Alcohol By Volume

< 0.5%


Wine: Cabernet Sauvignon

Calories per 150ml serve

25 calories

Main Notes

Oak. Spice. Dark Berries. Plum.


$ 13 – $16 / bottle.


7.7 / 10

Drink Again?


Where to Buy



What Does Lindeman’s Alcohol Free Cabernet Sauvignon Taste Like

The Lindeman’s Cabernet Sauvignon is a gem in the world of non-alcoholic red wine and it seems to consistently fly under the radar! So if you are looking for a non-alcoholic red wine that brings full flavour and a level of depth and complexity it’s time for you to read on!

Each glass of Lindeman’s Cabernet Sauvignon is going to bring a smooth and rich profile to your palette that is built around:

  • classic cabernet sauvignon notes of dark fruits, plum and prune;
  • an underlying softness, rounded oak and spices with a hint of sweetness;
  • an uncharacteristically quenching back of pallet; that gives way to
  • a finish that brings tannins that balance a warm spiced oak and hint of chocolate.

Overall, this is a great development in the world of non-alcoholic red wine and I see the Lindeman’s option being able to pull in traditional red wine drinkers notwithstanding the fact it does not carry the heat, polish and sheen that comes with traditional alcoholic wine.

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Linderman's Non-Alcoholic Cabernet Sauvignon bottle close up of front label

Lindeman’s Non-Alcoholic Cabernet Sauvignon Stockists.

The Lindeman’s non-alcoholic cab sauv is widely available through many different Australian retail outlets in Australia. I picked up a bottle from Van at Sip & Enjoy in Melbourne (you can also shop online with her here) however you can find it through the full list of retailers down below by the:

  • bottle; or
  • half dozen

If you’re up for a bottle or three, jump over to the retailers down below. FYI, international family, I’ll be sure to keep adding drinks as they come on board.



Australia / New Zealand

Craft Zero

Sip & Enjoy

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What Other Non-Alcoholic Red Wine Should I Try?

If you are interested in the world of non-alcoholic red wine, you would have likely been through a pretty rough period trudging through the tumbleweeds while searching for a great non-alcoholic red wine.

Let’s bring you back to civilisation and get some of the better alternatives into your glass. If you like the sound of the Lindeman’s alcohol-free cab sauv, check out the wines below and pick up a few bottles to try side by side:

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Who is Lindeman’s alcohol-free for?

When visiting Sip & Enjoy recently I was talking to owner Van and we were talking about how the Lindeman’s non-alcoholic cab sauv is a red wine that is designed to bring drinkers of traditional red wine into the space of non-alcoholic red wine.

Based upon this, I would say that the Lindeman’s is for literally anybody who is searching for a 0.5% red wine that does not taste like it’s been boiled and topped up with grape juice.

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Linderman's Non-Alcoholic Cabernet Sauvignon bottle on shelf

Lindeman’s Non-Alcoholic Cab Sauvignon Calories

The Lindeman’s Cab Sauv gets good marks for nutritional values given the low calories per serve and it falls within the average range of sugar in non-alcoholic wine.

From a numbers perspective the Lindeman’s lands at 25 calories per 150ml which is made up of 5.3 grams of sugar which equals out to 5.3 grams of total carbohydrate. While at a comparable 100ml level it comes in at 17 calories and 3.5 grams of sugar and total carbohydrate.

For full information, you’ll be able to find the nutritional information down below for you to review!

Servings Per Package: 5

Serving Size: 150ml

Avg Quantity
Per Serving (150ml)

Avg Quantity
Per 100ml


106 kJ
25 Cal

71 kJ
17 Cal


< 0.1 g

< 0.1 g

Fat, total

< 0.1 g

< 0.1 g

— saturated

< 0.1 g

< 0.1 g


5.3 g 3.5 g

— sugars

5.3 g

3.5 g


8.6 mg

5.7 mg

If you’re interested in full information relating to the topic of sugar in non-alcoholic wine, I wrote a full breakdown of sugar in non-alcoholic wines here which features the Lindeman’s. Click here to check it out and see where the Lindeman’s alcohol-free option ranks!

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Linderman's Non-Alcoholic Cabernet Sauvignon nutritional information

Lindeman’s Alcohol-Free Cab Sauv Rating?

With the Lindeman’s coming in as one of the better non-alcoholic red wines in the space you’re going to see some pretty great numbers for flavour, body and, importantly, drinkability!

Take a look at the full breakdown that links directly to the review we’ve chatted through above and let me know if you’ve managed to get a bottle and what you think about it.

Flavour/Taste (40%)

Body (40%)

Nutrition (10%)

Drinkability (10%)

Total (100%)


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The Round-Up: Final Thoughts

Whilst we’re all aware that non-alcoholic wine does not carry the heat and sheen of their older alcoholic siblings the flavour in the Lindeman’s is doing brilliantly at working its way towards giving you the experience of a traditional Cabernet Sauvignon.

My final thoughts are that it will be a red I’d definitely recommend alongside the Funky Monkey and Wolf Blass at the other end of the spectrum for people to try and see where their tastebuds land.

If you’re interested, in getting a bottle or two to try (and you should be) the links down below are where to find it! Happy drinking!



Australia / New Zealand

Craft Zero

Sip & Enjoy

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by Jonathan Lambrianidis

Non-alcoholic drinks writer and podcaster, beer brewing and winemaking side-kick, lawyer and cyclist. Owner of and the Non-Alcoholic Drinks Podcast.