ONES+ Cabernet Sauvignon 0.5%


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The Only Okanagan Wine Without The Buzz

For the first time ever, you can experience the delicate artistry of Okanagan wine-making—without the alcohol, sugar or carbohydrates.

0 sugar - 0 carbs - low calorie


Why you'll love the 2021 Cabernet Sauvignon…

The 2021 Cabernet Sauvignon was picked ripe. The nose is a basket of variety: black currant, spices, and sweets. The palate is subtle, with medium acid and soft tannins. Squish a little raspberry in your mouth and you'll get an idea of the mouthfeel. On the finish, the fruit notes carry through, giving brightness to a grape that is typically heavier in profile.

This Okanagan Cabernet Sauvignon—the only one of its kind— is a fruity, non-sparkling wine to add to your non-alcoholic collection, perfect for nice dinners or drinks with friends.


Appellation: Okanagan Valley, Canada

Grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon

Tasting: Spices & currants on the nose with the texture of black tea and a mouthful of berries on the finish

Pairing: Roasted Chicken; Aged Cheese; Pasta With White Sauce; Fish

Serving: Room temperature or slightly chilled

Nutrition: 0 grams sugar, 0 grams carbohydrates

Alcohol: <0.5%

Calories: 18/glass


What makes Okanagan wine so special?

Thanks to our unique “pocket desert” climate, the Okanagan has emerged as an exciting wine region. Our long, hot summer with dry, arid conditions gives our grapes plenty of time in the sunshine leading to more ripeness and flavour development. The cool, fall nights impart balance to the wines, preserving their natural acidity—which you can taste in our wines. 


    De-alcoholized wine, carbon dioxide, tannic acid, grape skin extract, organic acids, sulphites, yeast extract

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 3 reviews
    Candace Wood

    The wine doesn’t have the full bodied mouth feel that I was hoping it would have.


    Was hoping for a decent non-alcoholic red wine. This is not the one.

    Eleanor Falk

    The white wines are better.