A word of warning: these wines are sweeter than their conventional counterparts and are too sweet to be used in cooking.
Rawson’s Retreat cabernet (0.5%) £4, Tesco
Made by Aussie wine giant Penfold’s, this has a dark spicy nose and tastes like wine on the palate. There’s some acidity and body.
Leitz Eins Zwei Zero riesling (0%) £6.99, Waitrose & Partners
On the palate it tastes like a German riesling, with peachy fruit and a blend of sweetness and acidity. I actually wanted a second glass.
Torres Natureo muscat (0.5%) £8.99, drydrinker.com
This muscat from Torres, one of Spain’s biggest wine producers, is unashamedly sweet, with notes of honey and flowers. It tasted best as a spritzer, mixed with sparkling water and served over ice.
Torres Natureo rosé (0.5%) £4.99, Waitrose & Partners
At 4.7g sugar per 100ml, this is pretty sweet. The sweetness suits it, however, and the finish isn’t at all cloying. If you like Mateus rosé (for those under 40, ask your parents), you’ll enjoy this.
Nosecco sparkling wine (0%) £2.98, Asda
Another very sweet one at 7g sugar per 100ml. Serve this ice-cold and I don’t think anyone would realise it’s not supermarket own-brand prosecco. Great price, too.