Wine is usually gluten-free wines, but that only means that its’ gluten content is below the FDA approved the amount. Which means less than 20 parts per million. This number is quite low, so many people with gluten intolerance can view it as gluten-free.
Unfortunately, though, those with celiac disease can be too sensitive to this chemical. So even if a certain food or drink is labelled as gluten-free, it might not be fit for them. Which is why some manufacturers make things specifically without gluten.
In our case, wine.
If you have ever wanted to try something that’s full of flavor, yet doesn’t have any gluten in it then now is your chance. Cupcake Vineyards are producers that have stated that they don’t use any grains during the making of their wines, which is a relief.
They also make sure that their customers get whatever they might want, so they offer a great variety of gluten-free wines.
1. Pinot Grigio
This gluten-free wine of theirs are unbelievably good. It has a strong taste and a crisp finish. The flavors include pear, lemon, cantalope, apple and pineapple. This wine works really well on hot summer days when all you want is a cold glass of sweetness to cool you down.
It also works perfectly with other citrus-based cocktails, if you don’t want to drink it by itself. Although, most people prefer to not mix it with anything, as the taste doesn’t need to be diluted to be enjoyed.
Surprising? Very much so.
Even Cupcake Vineyards only produces two kinds of it. Sparkling and still. We recommend the latter, as it has a more delicate (and interesting) taste.
The first odd thing you might notice about this wine is that it has watermelon and strawberry taste. Not what you expect to see from a fancy wine, but it certainly works really well. It’s very bright and the crispness is ensured by the hot summer days and the chilly nights of California. The grapes couldn’t grow in a better place.
Be sure to also check out “The Main Differences Between Sparkling Wine and Champagne” to see more on sparkling and still wine.
If you want a strong and bold gluten-free red wine then you have finally found your perfect one. This special gluten-free drink is exactly what you have been looking for.
It has a spicy raspberry flavor which is sure to surprise anyone that tried this delicacy. The consistency of the wine is also really silky, which makes every sip a pleasure.
This wine has a light and plush finish, which will leave you wanting for more and more. Be careful with it, it’s addicting!
Take a look at “Famous International Red Wine Brands You Want to Check Out” for a list of great red wines you can choose from.
The producers at Frey Vineyards not only make gluten-free wine, but they are also vegan. So if you are trying to stick to your diet then their wines are the perfect choice for you.
4. Organic Sauvignon Blanc
This white wine is sure to impress, as it has strong tropical flavors. These include pineapple and passion fruit. These tastes lead to a lemony end that results in a crisp finish.
This product also has just the right amount of acidity to bring out the sweet and sour aromas of the wine. This one is also perfect for summer evenings spent at the side of a pool. With the cool air around you and a fancy glass of wine in hand. The recipe for a good time.
5. Biodynamic Cabernet Sauvignon
If your dream is to have a bottle of red wine that is for berry lovers then we have just the thing for you.
Cabernet tends to be a very dark wine that also has deep tastes. These qualities combined with berry flavours results in an amazing product. This wine tastes of huckleberry and underbrush, but has a creamy finish.
This wine is absolutely perfect to mix into cocktails. Yes, the taste can be great on its’ own, but other spirits and juices can improve it so much. So if you are looking to mix up some cocktails then here’s your chance at getting something amazing.
6. Organic Red
This red wine is the Frey Vineyards’ best selling one. For a very good reason. It has exquisite fruity tastes that bring it to a sweet and crisp finish. The latter is mostly because the grapes are grown on the north coast of California, which makes the nights even chillier than usual.
This wine goes really well with everything. You likely can’t name a single food item it couldn’t complement.
Make sure to also check out “Is Wine Gluten-Free? (Red & White)” to see another piece in great detail on wine and its gluten-free contents.
You don’t have to limit yourself even if you have celiac disease or an intolerance to gluten. Many vineyards or breweries will be able to offer you a great variety of drinks, so there’s no need to worry. As you could see, there are plenty of kinds of wines available to you.
Will you try any of these products? If so, which wine? Tell us down in the comments below!
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