Product description:

Crystalline dextrose monohydrate from grapes.
It is the authentic portion of the monosaccharide glucose present in grape juice.
It takes the form of white crystals, with purity > 99%.


Low sweetening power (POD = approx. 70% compared to sucrose)


Maillard reaction – caramelisation (160°C)


Low degree of solubility (lower than sucrose) at T < 55°C High degree of solubility (higher than sucrose) at T > 55°C

Anti-freezing power

Reduces the freezing point
PAC = 1.9

The Glycaemic index (GI)

IG glucose = 100

Main functions
  • Used to control and balance the level of sweetness
  • Improves structure and has an anti-crystallisation effect
  • Immediate energy source to restore the body’s energy reserves under stress
  • It is a reducing sugar and promotes the suppression of oxidative degradation, thus also stabilising easily oxidisable substances and colour


Naturalia sugars, available in different versions and certifications, are intended for both the food and wine sectors (only if produced from wine grapes and therefore derived from must and not juice).

Wine products can be certified organic according to EU regulations, and can also be used as organic ingredients in the food industry, as expressly stated in the MIPAAF circular of 6 June 2012.