De La TautilaWine ReviewDe La Tautila White Wine Review

November 10, 2021by Jonathan Lambrianidis

The De La Tautila white wine is one of the alcohol free white wines I call on pretty regularly, I think I’ve had 4 or 5 bottles across the smaller 250ml bottle or the bigger 750ml bottle.

The De La Tautila White Wine is a fruity and soft bodied non-alcoholic white wine that is perfect for pairing with seafood dinners due to its upfront flavours of apple, citrus and sweetness as well as crisp finish and well weighted body.

Key Takeaways

ABV: <0.5%
Style White
Calories: 19 calories / 100ml
Colour: Golden Straw
Main Notes: Fruity. Summer Fruits.
Cost: $6 (250ml) – $21 (750ml)
Rating: 7.25 / 10

De La Tautila White Wine Bottles large bottle and small bottle next to glass of wine

De La Tautila White Wine Taste

The De La Tautila is crafted from Spanish Airen grapes and brings to your glass flavours of summer fruit and a little sweetness with a body that builds as you drink before blending into a crisp finish.

What I Like

Things to Consider

Airen Grapes – there is so much to love about this variety Could be a little sweet for some.
Soft body that builds as you drink and transitions into a crisp finish Airen flavours of pineapple and melon might be new to some drinkers.

In each glass of De La Tautila White, you will find a whole bouquet of flavours that aren’t regularly found in wine glasses across Australia, the UK or America. The Airen grapes provide a flavour profile that balances fruity sweetness with a crisp finish that includes:

  • Flavours of and sweetness from summer fruits (think pineapple, melon) and apples;
  • A body that builds as you drink through your glass & lingers between mouthfuls;
  • A crisp and light tart tang to finish.

To get the most out of this Spanish crafted white, traditional white wine glasses do the job here and I would recommend drinking this one super cold as the flavours remain super crisp and clean.

As it naturally warms in the glass the body and flavours naturally come through which is delicious but get this one drunk while it’s cool and pour yourself a fresh glass!

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If you enjoyed the Vinada Airen Gold (made from the same grapes) you need to find out more below!

De La Tautila White Wine Bottle in hand

Buy De La Tautila White Wine.

Buy De La Tautila White Wine.

The De La Tautila white wine is available at all major retailers alcohol-free retailers like Brunswick Aces and Craft Zero or traditional retailers like Dan Murphys. Each bottle of De La Tautila white

Coming in a range of sizes the 250ml bottle will set you back at least $6 and a 750ml bottle will set you back up to $21.

Links to retailers where you can find the De La Tautila White are all below:

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De La Tautila White Wine poured in glass held in front of man

Is De La Tautila White Wine Good?

The De La Tautila White wine compares really quite well when compared to other high-quality alcohol-free white wine options, and lands a 7.25 / 10 from me. For most people, the presence of sweetness won’t be overly noticeable, and it will suit most drinkers.

As someone who is a bit of a stickler for dry whites (well dry everything), I found the sweetness was a thing that held this back for me. This means the likes of the Giesen Sauv Blanc still take out the coveted prize for top white wine.

That said, the De La Tautila White wine is no slouch and deserves a spot in your fridge.

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De La Tautila White Nutrition

The De La Tautila White Wine is on the lower end of the calorie scale with only 19 calories, 4 grams of sugar and no fat per 100ml. With a low calorie count per 100ml it comes in at right on average for sugar content.

If you’re interested in sugar content across the top selling non-alcoholic wines, you should check out the post I wrote about it here. Otherwise check out the full nutritional information profile below for the De La Tautila White wine

Avg Quantity
Per Serving (125ml)

Avg Quantity
Per 100ml

Energy 100 kJ
23 Cal

80 kJ
19 Cal


0 g

0 g

Fat, total

0 g

0 g

— saturated

0 g

0 g


5 g

4 g

— sugars

5 g

4 g


0 mg

0 mg

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De La Tautila Nutrition Information

Drinking the De La Tautila White?

When to Drink the De La Tautila White Wine

I’ve quite enjoyed pairing the Tautila white with seafood dishes and I’ve found it expectedly did well against white fish like barramundi and ling but surprisingly it stood up really well to oily fish like salmon and trout.

The tart finish really did well to cut through things and the flavour from the wine was never overpowered by the fish which makes this one a staple in my fridge given how much fish I eat.

Getting the Most out of the De La Tautila

If you have read my recent reviews, I am on a mission to get everyone drinking out of glassware which takes the ‘meh’ out of their non-alcoholic wines, beers and spirits and transforms them to amazing.

With that said to get the most out of this non-alcoholic white are to:

  1. Drink. It. Cold. – Like supremely cold, the body benefits marginally from having it warm in your glass but not enough to sit on it; and
  2. Get this into a good quality glass and see it dial itself up a couple of notches.

I use a few sets but the Spiegelau set of glasses, are my go-to at the moment given they’re a reasonable price and I’m trying to put a few more miles in them while recommending them. Check them out over on Amazon here (USA Link here).

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De La Tautila Label Close Up

The Wrap Up: Final Thoughts

I’ve been drinking the De La Tautila White Wine for quite a while and I’ve got through 4 or 5 bottles of this recently after seeing the piccolo options on the shelf a while back at Dan Murphy’s.

The smaller piccolo options are a great option to try before you commit to the whole bottle or allow you to pick up a whole case and always have a fresh bottle available to drink.

Personally, this one is a staple for me particularly given it goes really well with fish which I eat quite regularly. I’d recommend getting your hands on a small bottle to start and see if you’re a fan of the fruity sweetness that is a characteristic of the Airen grapes used to piece together this wine.

The fact it pulls together some solid flavour in only 19 calories per 100ml it is a great option if you’re looking to keep track of calories.

If you’re interested in giving a go check it out at the links below:

Otherwise, if you’re looking for a tried and tested option the Giesen Sauv Blanc is one you can never go wrong with.

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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.