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low in alcohol

Wines may be labelled as "low-alcohol" if the alcohol content is between more than 0.5% and a maximum of 5% vol. This state can be achieved by reducing the alcohol content. See also under non-alcoholic (less than 0.5% or 4 g/l alcohol), in relation to the alcohol content in light and heavy wine, as well as near beer and a complete list of all alcoholic beverages under alcoholic beverages.

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