Which Wines Do Not Contain Sulphites?

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All wines contain sulphites or sulphur dioxide, which is also a fruit preservative that is widely used in dried fruits. Sulphites are a natural by-product of the fermentation process, which is used to preserve and protect the wine's character, colour and flavour.
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It is very hard to find a wine that does not have sulphites. However, there are some winemakers who make wine without putting sulphites. Some of the most common wines that do have sulphites include Frey Natural White, Frey White Zinafandel, and Frey Sauvignon Blanc. These wines are highly perishable and they have strange aromas. They can be bought from health food stores. Sulphites are produced by yeast during fermentation.
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