"Low or no wine" typically refers to wines that have low alcohol content or no alcohol at all. There are two main categories of such wines:
Low-Alcohol Wine: These are wines that have a lower alcohol by volume (ABV) compared to traditional wines. Regular wines usually contain around 12% to 15% ABV, while low-alcohol wines typically have an ABV of around 5% to 10%.
No Alcohol Wine: These are wines that contain little to no alcohol, usually with an ABV of less than 0.5%.