Several ways - from the process to the taste to even the type of grapes used.
The processes of juice-making and wine-making are entirely different. Typically, juices are made from concentrate and involve only a few steps with a lot of added products such as sugar and preservatives, and then just pasteurized.
Our Wines are sourced from the best wineries in Spain, France, Italy, undergo fermentation, aging, filtration, testing etc. There are no added sugars or heavy preservatives.
Simply looking at the calories, carbs, sugar content from juice vs wines will nutritionally show the difference between the products.
Juices typically have 120+ calories, 30+grams of carbs, 30+grams of sugar per serving.
Our wines are 12+ calories, 3.5+grams of carbs, 3.5+ grams of sugar per serving.
A wine's aging process results in many different notes and flavors. That is why nonalcoholic wines are not called juice because they aren't.