Clean Wine - Clean Wine Spray, 5mlBrand - Clean Wine
Clean Wine Clean Wine Spray is a proven way to enjoy your wine without suffering any hangover or feeling unwell. Vegan, cruelty-free & in a travel-size bottle.
- Forget hangovers
- Clinically proven
- Travel size
- No flavour
Do you love your wine but you hate the possible side effects and hangovers? Clean Wine Clean Wine Spray is a truly revolutionary product that is designed to allow you to enjoy your wine without feeling unwell.
Clean Wine Clean Wine Spray contains ingredients that are formulated to clean your drink from chemicals and sulphites that are associated with hangovers and feeling unwell after drinking. Forget the hangovers with this clinically proven product that is quick and easy to use, and it’s in a compact travel size for you to carry anywhere you want.
Clean Wine Clean Wine Spray is suitable to use in other alcoholic drinks too, but it’s most effective when used in wine and wine products. Clean Wine spray has no taste so it wouldn’t compromise your drinks’ flavour. 100% vegan, non-GMO, and cruelty-free.
Using Clean Wine Clean Wine Spray is so simple! Add a few sprays to your empty glass before pouring your wine. You can increase the dosage with time after you try for the first time. Use within 12 months of opening and use by date.
Per 250ml of wine:
For champagne, long cellar and organic wines – 1 -2 sprays
For red, white, rosé and sparkling wine – 2 – 3 sprays
For sweet wines, sherries and port – 5 – 6 sprays
Oxysul20+TM, Aqua, Alginate Polysaccharide, Calcium Bentonite, Citric Acid, Diatomite, Hydrogen Peroxide, L-Arginine, Polysorbate 20 Sorbitan Monolaurate, Sunflower Lecithin
Frequently Asked Questions
How does Clean Wine Spray remove toxic chemicals?
Clean Wine is best to use with New World wines made in a modern way, as these contain more preservatives. If you use Clear Wine in older high-quality wines, you should be cautious as this may lead to oxidisation of the wine and a flatter flavour.
Clean Wine Clean Wine Spray removes toxic chemicals by introducing extra oxygen molecules to the wine that get attached to the sulphites turning them into harmless sulphates.