Tesco - Sauvignon, Garnacha rosé, Tempranillo
I'm not sure, if I'm honest, that I can quite see the point of low alcohol wines - they are something of a needless halfway house between a decent bottle of wine (of which you may drink half a glass if you need to consider your alcohol intake) and non-alcoholic substitutes such as iced tea, elderflower cordial or even - amazingly - water.
But if you must have low alcohol wine, then you want it at least to taste nice, even if it does not taste completely like wine.
These three from Tesco are de-alcoholised wines from Spain with some sweetness added back to maintain balance; there is a white Sauvignon, a Garnacha rosé and a red Tempranillo.
They taste pleasant enough - off-dry and fruit-forward; I've had worse full-strength wines. There's nothing actively wrong with any of them, which is probably no mean feat.
And they are apparently proving popular with consumers of low-alcohol wines.
A technical note - low-alcohol here is around 0.5%, which is almost nothing. No-alcohol is 0.05%, which really is nothing.
Priced at £3 per full-sized bottle, they are notably cheaper than even the most basic normal-strength wine.