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What Is The Difference Between Alcoholic And Alcohol-Free Wine?

When it comes to wine, the definition can be a little fuzzy. Is a glass of wine that has been distilled with over 20% alcohol considered alcoholic? Is a glass of wine that has been distilled under 20% alcohol considered alcoholic? And what about wine that is "alcohol-free"? You can also click on to know about non alcoholic wines.

There is no one definitive answer, as the definition of "alcoholic" and "alcohol-free" vary depending on who you ask. However, generally speaking, an alcoholic beverage is any drink that contains more than .5% alcohol by volume. Alcohol-free wines, on the other hand, do not contain any alcohol at all. 

Alcohol content can be measured in two ways: percent alcohol by volume (ABV) and proof. Percent alcohol by volume is simply the percentage of alcohol in each drink. Proof, on the other hand, is the amount of proof spirit that must be added to 100 gallons of water to produce a specific amount of pressure, which acts as a sort of "proof" for drinkable alcohol.

Many people choose to serve alcohol at their wedding, regardless of whether or not they are holding a license for it. However, one might wonder why they would do so when there are laws in place that strictly prohibit the serving of alcoholic beverages without proper identification or a valid license. There are several reasons people choose to serve alcohol without a license.