What is a group of horses called?

It is alternately called a team, a harras, a rag (for colts), a stud (a group kept primarily for breeding), or a string (a group belonging to or used by one individual).

How is Ghiddy made?

Ingredients vary season to season, and sometimes batch to batch but essentially you'll find in each bottle: Water, Fresh Juice, Wine Vinegar, Functional Herbs (e.g. Lemon Balm, Lions Maine Mushroom, Cactus...you name it) and natural preservatives (Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate and Sodium Benzoate). Pretty sweet huh!?

Where is it made?

Marrickville 2204.

Do you dealcoholize?

Nah. We think that dealcoholizing wine is like trying to eat asparagus with boxing gloves on, it just doesn’t work. We use the building blocks of wine to re-imagine the wine experience, without the booze.

Does it taste like wine?

A bit yeah. But also, not.

Will I get high?

No. Good question though. The point is to have a tasty drink and benefit from the functional ingredients. Feels good.

Can I drink whilst pregnant?

Yeah, the White & Red blends are safe as houses. We’ve been careful to only use ingredients with enough research around them to ensure that they are proven to be safe. Note though that outside of these 2, for example, with the Pet Nots, some of the functional herbs we use may not be suitable for pregnant women so please consult your doctor if you're unsure.

Sugar Free?

There’s a little bit. Around 6g per 100m which is fuck all. Far, far less than actual wine. Poor sugar though, we feel sorry for it sometimes.


Yep. No contaminants here.

Vegan Friendly?



We use all natural ingredients throughout the rang and recommend reading the individual product pages or refer to the bottle for more specific ingredients for each product.


It's classified as non-alcoholic which means less that 0.5%. Like most juices or Kombucha for example, it can contain trace amounts of alcohol. But yeah, its so close to zero its basically zero.

How do I store it?

It's fine unopened at room temperature but once opened put it in the fridge. See here for 10 Interesting facts about fridges.