Ever wondered why wine bottles have sulphite warnings on their labels? Let’s uncork the truth!

by Kyla Van Heerden

To protect consumers, regulatory agencies require wines with higher sulphite levels (usually 10 parts per million or higher) to carry a warning label. This empowers individuals with sulphite sensitivity to make informed choices and enjoy their wine responsibly.

With #TheWineDrops, sulphite-sensitive wine enthusiasts can still raise their glasses without worry!  Our drops offer an ancient wine-making technique as a solution to reduce sulphite levels, before consumption, making your wine experience enjoyable and stress-free.

By understanding #SulphiteWarnings, you can make informed choices for your wine-drinking pleasure. Remember to share this knowledge with fellow wine enthusiasts!

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