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0mg/l Added Sulphur
Sulphur dioxide occurs naturally but can also be produced in a laboratory. It is usually added to wine to preserve the flavour and freshness and extend shelf life. Sulphur dioxide is always produced naturally during fermentation as a by-product of yeast metabolism. This means that 100% sulphur-free wine cannot exist.
For the Noble Song range, no additional sulphur dioxide is added during the winemaking process. To qualify for a no added sulphur certification, the wine has to have very low levels of SO2 - fewer than 10mg/l of total SO2 (a typical red wine has 150mg/l). Each Noble Song wine measures 0 mg/l in sulphur dioxide, with negligible amounts of natural sulphur remaining.