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    Post Non-alcoholic wine.

    Where can i find non-alcoholic wine in Capetown? Or which companies supply Non-alcoholic wine?
    Some leads would be great.

    Why?
    1st: I'm interested in finding out how big this market is.
    2nd: I don't Drink(obviously referring to alcoholic drinks) and never will unless its in my cough mixture.

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    Yes there are non-alcoholic wine available it's only red wine that we offer. We have your Merlot, Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon and the price per bottle is R38 and i live in somerset west

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    actually with today technology, you can easily reach the whole world with a few clicks of a finger, google and research if there are existing companies that can export their products that interest you to you

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    Opportunity, As I udnerstand it, even non-alcoholic wines contain trace amounts of alcohol as a result of the processes involved. If your avoidance of alcohol is on religious grounds then you may want to do some more research before you sip. Apparently teh procedure involves removing the alcohol, and 100 percent removal is impossible.

    PS I speak under correction and information that I have received via a 3rd party!

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    I'm not sure about the relevance of a very small amount of residual alcohol in non-alcoholic wines being a problem on religious grounds, surely orthodox Muslims for example would only partake of any beverage or foodstuff that was certified Halal? So research would already have been done on their behalf by the certifying body or board.
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    OF course, if you could find "halaal certified" wine it would not be a problem, as the product would have passed the certifying boards tests which is the generally accepted authority. However, I think you are going to struggle to find such certfied product on the market. If you do happen to know where to find some please let me know

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    i have the product but we just waiting for stock to come in

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    where is this place? Can you please send me a private message with your telephone. I will be in cape town tomorrow and would love to buy some.
    Kind Regards

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    Non alcholic red wine

    Quote Originally Posted by thabz View Post
    Yes there are non-alcoholic wine available it's only red wine that we offer. We have your Merlot, Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon and the price per bottle is R38 and i live in somerset west
    Good day

    Where can I purchase the non alcoholic wine?

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    I actually found a place in Summerset west that sell them. I can't remember how much I paid but it is the best I have had so far. The name is Inah superior wine or something similar. I know it is Inah. Have a look on google and I am sure you will find it.

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