Frequently Asked Questions

Formerly, PS Alcohol-Free has over 50 years of expertise in the food & beverage industry. We are one of Canada’s premier importers of alcohol-free beverages and represent some ofmost sought afterglobal brands.  We aim to support your journey for wellness and mindful living.

PS Alcohol wines are considered non-alcoholic, which means they contain less than 0.5% alcohol-by-volume.  For reference, fruits and foods we eat contain small levels of alcohol from the natural sugars. 

The world of non-alcoholic wine has come a long way from the sparkling apple juice you used to have during the holidays as a kid - but we'll be the first to admit that there is always room for growth. Our wines are "alcohol-removed" - meaning they were made as traditional wine first, and then the alcohol was removed, but retain as much of the wine flavor and experience as possible. We like to think of enjoying NA wines sibling experience to tasting traditionally-made wines but not identical twins. We are confident you'll be impressed by the quality and taste.

We recommend enjoying our wines the same way you might enjoy their traditionally-made counterparts, with a couple of suggestions:

  • Temperature: All our wines are best served chilled. Store whites and sparkling wines in the fridge until you're ready to serve. We recommend placing our red wine in the fridge for 30-45 minutes before you wish to serve it. 
  • Interesting tip: Some customers enjoy adding a drop or two of non-alcoholic or traditionally-made bitters to their glass of wine to add extra depth of flavor. 

Our wines can be stored at room temperature before you open them no problem. Please refrigerate after opening. 

The answer will always be to consult your doctor. Our wines are non-alcoholic, meaning they contain less than 0.5% alcohol-by-volume. We are not medical professionals and don't pretend to be! We recommend consulting a professional for your personal situation.

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