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This $10 low-carb wine is good for you and the planet

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Little Ripples wine

Looking for a wine that is not only good for you, but for the world too? We may have just found the answer.

With the cost of alcohol ever-increasing and people becoming more health conscious, sometimes a glass of wine doesn’t feel like the treat it used to be.

In fact, a new report from the International Organisation of Vine and Wine shows the world consumed 221 million hectolitres of wine last year. This is the lowest consumption since 1996 when there were 2 billion fewer people on earth.

Despite this, we’ve tracked down a wine that is not only low-carb, low-sugar and vegan, but it also exists to give back to an important humanitarian cause. 

Little Ripples wines are born and bred out of the beating heart of Australia’s wine industry – the Barossa, Adelaide Hills, and Coonawarra – so you know it’s high quality before you even unscrew the cap.

Their Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Rosé, Chardonnay, Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Pinot Noir all have zero sugar per serving. As well as this, they also have a selection of low alcohol (and low calories) options too.

But it’s not just better for the waistline and inner health, but by buying a bottle of Little Ripples wines, you’ll be helping to get clean water access for communities in Africa and India.

Together with The BridgIT Water Foundation, every bottle of Little Ripples sold, 1 year of clean drinking water is provided to 1 person in a developing community. So far, the company has managed to build 50 wells across various communities that has provided the equivalent of 524,590 people with one year of clean, fresh, water. 

In fact, the company scored the prize for Best Socially Conscious Brand in 2023 for their mission. But it doesn’t just stop there, Little Ripples is aiming to give 5 million people clean drinking water within the next 10 years.

With prices starting for as little as just $10 per bottle and over 2000 5-star reviews, you can make a huge difference to people’s lives just by cracking open a bottle of your favourite vino.

Click here to shop the array of Little Ripples wines.

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