Wines may be described as "low in alcohol" if the existing alcohol content is between more than 0.5% and 5% vol. This condition can be achieved by an alcohol reduction. See also under non-alcoholic, referring to the alcohol content in wine light and heavy, and near beer. See also a list under alcoholic beverages.
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