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Monday 31 October 2022

Oxford Landing unleashes a healthier wine option

The trickle of low-alcohol wines in the marketplace is fast becoming a torrent. 

South Australian winery Oxford Landing has this week introduced SUNLIGHT by Oxford Landing, which it describes as "a collection of sustainably made wines that deliver on flavour, quality, and are lower in alcohol and calories". 

Inspired by the Riverland vineyards, SUNLIGHT by Oxford Landing pays homage to Australian sun and the River Murray. 

Light in alcohol and light in calories, the new range is billed as being "perfectly suited to a lighter lifestyle".

Oxford Landing winemaker Andrew La Nauze has spent 18 months developing the new range which comprises a chardonnay and shiraz, aiming to ensure that the lower alcohol does not compromise on quality or taste.

“We pride ourselves on generous, flavoursome wines, and if we couldn’t achieve this in the process, then we would not release the wines to market,” La Nauze said.

“Our estate in the Riverland is perfect for growing full flavoured wines, so we have an excellent base wine to start from.” 

The 2021 Chardonnay 2021 has 7% alcohol per volume, while the 2021 Shiraz has 8% ABV. 

Both wines will have an RRP of $15. 

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