Founded in 2021 and made in partnership with award-winning, family-run vineyards and top dealcoholization experts in Europe, Studio Null offers non-alcoholic wines that are uncompromising and complex.
Studio Null is a collaborative concept, drawing from a diverse and evolving portfolio of international winemakers and artists to deliver the best tasting non-alcoholic wines in formats that are original yet familiar, and always a pleasure to drink.
Studio Null is committed to both taste and transparency—traceable from vine to glass, Studio Null offers full sourcing information, nutritional facts, and ingredients for each of its wines.
Beyond the bottle, Studio Null aims to reframe the conversation, and improve the modern drinking experience by offering high-quality no & low ABV beverage options, inviting people to live life however they want.
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Studio Null - Blanc Burgunder Non-Alcoholic Wine
A crisp white made from hand-harvested Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc grapes.
Region: Nahe, Germany
Studio Null - Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Rose
A fresh sparkling rosé made from a lively blend of Portugieser and Silvaner grapes.
Region: Rheinhessen, Germany
Studio Null - Prickly Red Non-Alcoholic Wine
A dry red blend made from organically-grown Tempranillo and Syrah grapes, with a carbonic bite.
Region: Tierra de Toledo, Spain
STUDIO NULL FAQs
Studio Null wines begin traditionally: in the vineyard, with grapes harvested at the optimal moment and fermented into premium, fully-alcoholic wine. To achieve quality non-alcoholic results, the dealcoholization approach between fermentation and bottling is key. To remove the alcohol, Studio Null wines are pressurized using a strong vacuumed force, which allows the alcohol to be distilled out of the wine at low temperature. The alcohol is distilled out with careful oversight by dealcoholization experts, making a high-quality alcohol distillate. The wine body and original aroma and flavor compounds remain, and the team expertly calibrates the finishing and resting processes, varying the approach with each wine to maximize expression, character and structure in the final result.
After going through this process, Studio Null wines have an average alcohol content of 0.3%, versus the 12-14% they typically start with. Fun fact: many conventional wines also go through a version of this dealcoholization process to bring wines that are too alcoholic (aka “hot”) down to a lower ABV.
• Dealcoholized wine: traditional, full alcohol wine with the alcohol distilled out
• Natural sugar to balance acidity
• Carbon dioxide for freshness
• Sulfur dioxide to preserve stability
Studio Null never uses artificial flavors, colors, GMOs or other mystery additives.
Sulfites (the chemical compound Sulphur Dioxide or SO2) exist in wines in two ways: naturally occurring, and added by winemakers. SO2 is produced naturally as wine ferments, meaning it’s nearly impossible to have a wine that contains no sulfites. Winemakers typically add in a small amount of SO2 before bottling to preserve the wine, slowing chemical reactions that can cause wine to go bad (like oxidation). Studio Null wines contain sulfites at a level of 110ppm (parts per million).
Like conventional wines, Studio Null wines can be stored for several years and our hypothesis is that some of our wines will get better with age. We haven’t had the years to put that theory to the test yet, so our current best by date is 3 years after bottling.