Wine ReviewWolf BlassWolf Blass Zero Sauvignon Blanc

November 21, 2021by Jonathan Lambrianidis

When I saw the non-alcoholic Wolf Blass Sauvignon Blanc in the woollies store while getting lunch at work I jumped at the chance to pick up a bottle, get it home and get it tasted. 2.5 bottles later, here is the low down on what it’s all about?

The Wolf Blass Zero Sauvignon Blanc comes in at 8/10 and is easy to drink, fruity & passionfruit led 0.5% wine. Built around crisp, clean & fresh passionfruit, green melon & apple notes it has all the characteristics of a traditional Sauvignon Blanc right down to the tart & crisp finish.

Key Takeaways

ABV: <0.5%
Style Sauvignon Blanc
Calories: 17 calories / 100ml
Colour: Ultra-Pale Straw
Main Notes: Passionfruit
Cost: $13 – $15
Rating: 8/10

Wolf Blass Zero Sauvignon Blanc Bottle on bench next to glass

Wolf Blass Sauvignon Blanc Taste

Coming from such a prestigious name in Australian wine, I’ve been so excited to bring you the low down on the Wolf Blass Zero Sauvignon Blanc and see how it compares to the market-leading Giesen Alcohol Free Sauvignon Blanc.

So if you’ve been wondering, “what does the alcohol-free Wolf Blass Zero Sauvignon Blanc taste like?” you’re in luck, let’s dive into it.

In each glass of the alcohol-free Wolf Blass Zero Sauv Blanc, you’re going to find all the flavour of traditional clean, crisp and passionfruit led Sauvignon Blanc, without the over the top sweetness that can plague alcohol-free wine.

When poured in your glass, you’re going to notice the colour profile is seriously light and almost clear. Flavour-wise, that’s where it all changes as you’re going to find:

  • Clean and crisp aroma profile that oozes quality;
  • Substantial juicy and ripe passionfruit;
  • Citrus, fruity notes (think green apple and melon);
  • Refined, yet light and short depth of body;
  • Clean, Crisp and tart finish.

What I Like

Things to Consider

The flavour profile is crisp, refined, clean and the passionfruit is marvellous. The body might a little on the light side if you’re coming from the Giesen.
The tart finish makes the finish so invigorating and leaves you wanting more.

Don’t be alarmed if you get a hint of fizz when you first pour it into your glass, that’s not uncommon for wines that are bottled under pressure / bottled under carbon dioxide.

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Not convinced? Let’s find out whether it’s for you.

Wolf Blass Zero Sauvignon Blanc wine in glass

Who Is The Wolf Blass Zero Sauvignon Blanc For?

Sauvignon Blanc Drinkers rejoice, you now have a brilliant second option to go with your cases of Giesen Alcohol-Free Sauvignon Blanc.

If you enjoy non-alcoholic Sauvignon Blanc (or alcoholic for that matter), this is going to be a non-alcoholic option you’re going to want to pick up a few bottles of. I say a few bottles to save the extra trek to the supermarket after you try it.

Sauv Blanc drinkers aside, if you’re one to enjoy fresh, crisp and clean flavours or if you’re a big fan of passionfruit this is absolutely an option you need to get your hands on. Like I touched on above, the refined quality makes it one that will be well worth your time if fruity vibes are your thing.

So what else stacks up to this gem from Wolf Blass Zero? Well, currently – at the time of writing this, not too many but the Giesen alcohol-free Sauvignon Blanc is your best bet.

That said, in the humble opinion of one person, I feel like the Giesen still holds the crown, but the Wolf Blass Zero is not far behind at all.

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Where To Buy Wolf Blass Zero Sauvignon Blanc

Craft Zero and Woolworths both sell the Wolf Blass Zero Sauvignon Blanc and are the two key retailers that you can purchase a bottle from. Each bottle will cost you between $13 – $15 which places it towards the lower end of the price range.

While this is a relatively new addition to the non-alcoholic market, retailers are still ranging the Wolf Blass Zero options. I’ll keep across all the new retailers as they come on and keep you all updated as they pop up.

For the moment, take a look over at Craft Zero and pick up yourself a bottle from the link down below!

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Wolf Blass Zero Sauvignon Blanc Range

Wolf Blass Zero Sauvignon Blanc Nutrition

With 17 calories and 1.5 grams of sugar per 100ml, the Wolf Blass Zero is an extremely low calorie, low sugar and healthy non-alcoholic Sauvignon Blanc.

If you are looking to get a full rundown of the non-alcoholic Sauvignon Blanc a full breakdown of the nutrition profile is set out just down below.

Avg Quantity
Per Serving (150ml)

Avg Quantity
Per 100ml

Energy 105 kJ
25 Cal

70 kJ
16.7 Cal


< 1 g

< 1 g
Fat, total

< 1 g

< 1 g

— saturated

< 1 g

< 1 g


5.4 g

3.6 g

— sugars

2.3 g

1.5 g

9 mg

6 mg

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Wolf Blass Zero Sauvignon Blanc Nutrition Information

When to Drink Non-Alcoholic Sauvignon Blanc

The Wolf Blass Zero Sauvignon Blanc is built to be the perfect companion for hot days and thirst-quenching summer afternoons. It will also make a great option for those light dinners whether it’s fish, calamari or with those oysters you’ve been eyeing off to start the evening with.

For me, given the slightly sweet, crispy and tart finish makes me want to pair it with a slightly sweeter fish like whiting that is lightly pan-fried and served with a pilau or rice and a crispy fresh salad.

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Wolf Blass Zero Sauvignon Blanc Bottle

The Wrap Up: Final Thoughts

The refined, flavourful and crispy flavours make the Wolf Blass Sauvignon Blanc an absolutely must try in my opinion. I love the way the passionfruit leads each mouthful and then the other fruity flavours come in before finishing with a crisp and sharp finish.

The whole non-alcoholic white wine segment is really strong and out of all the options, the Sauvignon Blanc nice is by far the most developed and the Wolf Blass Zero rockets straight to my #2 white wine behind the Giesen Zero Alcohol Free Sauvignon Blanc.

So there you have it as I mentioned right at the top, the Wolf Blass Zero Sauvignon Blanc lands itself a great 8 / 10.

As always, if this sounds like an alcohol-free white wine you’d like to try, the link below is easy to help you pick up a bottle at a bit of a discount!

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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.