10 Non-Alcoholic Wine Options That Taste Just As Good
Who says cutting back on booze can't be fun? We found the tastiest non-alcoholic wine to enjoy at your next gathering.
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Prima Pavé Non-Alcoholic Wine: Rosé Dolce
Rosé lovers will adore this light pink, non-alcoholic wine. Rosé Dolce is a sparkling, alcohol-free wine handcrafted in Italy. With notes of candied lychee, strawberry jam and blood orange this alcohol-free rosé pairs well with fresh Parmesan cheese, lamb vindaloo, Korean barbecue and even sweets like raspberry macaroons.
Surely Non-Alcoholic Brut
Not only is this canned Brut pack non-alcoholic, it’s also vegan, low-sugar and Big 8 allergen-free. This pack includes four cans of de-alcoholized California white wine—and it’s only 25 calories per can! Bring this pack to your next gathering and keep one in the fridge for whenever chilled white wine (non-alcoholic, of course) calls your name.
Sutter Homes’ Frey line features a variety of alcohol-removed wines in all of your favorite flavors, including chardonnay. This non-alcoholic chardonnay is a dry wine with tart-yet-crisp notes of apple and citrus. Serve with a charcuterie board bountiful with fresh cheese or with salads or pasta.
Ariel Cabernet Sauvignon
Yes, there’s even a non-alcoholic cabernet sauvignon. Enjoy your new favorite glass of red (minus the alcohol) with this dry and full-bodied cabernet sauvignon. Aromas of black currants, blueberries, cherries and chocolate are present in this oak-aged pick. Just like the real stuff, this non-alcoholic wine pairs well with red meat like beef and even duck and game bird.
Gruvi Dry Secco
This dry secco is one of the best non-alcoholic Champagnes and only contains 50 calories per 9.3 ounce bottle. It tastes just like “the real deal” according to reviewers, making it the perfect drink to serve with brunch or during celebrations. Use it as a mocktail base to turn your favorite sips like mimosas into non-alcoholic drinks.
This dry red wine is a smooth, velvety and alcohol-free alternative to merlot. With rich tasting notes of cherries and berries, it pairs best with beef, lamb and pasta. Drink on its own, use it as a base in mocktail recipes and even cook meals with it—the opportunities are endless.
Surely Sauvignon Blanc
Using de-alcoholized California sauvignon blanc wine, pear juice, guava puree and organic can sugar, this non-alcoholic sauvignon blanc is low-sugar alternative to the real stuff. Keep one in the fridge and one on your kitchen island cart for when celebration and wine nights with friends calls your name.
Leitz Zero Riesling Non-Alcoholic White Wine
This German-made, alcohol-free riesling features wine-like aromas including orange citrus, rhubarb and tarragon. According to the brand, Germany has produced non-alcoholic wine for over 70 years, so they know a thing or two about formulating yummy, zero-proof alternatives.
Gruvi Bubbly Rosé
One can never have enough non-alcoholic rosé options. This bubbly rosé from Gruvi is a semi-sweet/off dry non-alcoholic wine. It’s made with carbonated spring water and California-grown chardonnay and cabernet grapes to give it a refreshing, bubbly taste. And because the grapes don’t undergo a fermentation process, this pick is 100% alcohol-free. With only 60 calories per 9.3 ounce bottle, you’ll want to keep this stocked all season long.
De Soi Canned Variety Pack
The best way to enjoy non-alcoholic drinks is sipping it in can form because it makes for easy travel and fun-sized sips. The De Soi canned variety pack includes apéritifs with adaptogenic ingredients like maca, green tea and passion flower, and we LOVE that Katy Perry is behind this non-alcoholic wine brand. The canned variety pack features non-alcoholic flavors like Champignon Dreams (bonus points for being Champagne-like), Golden Hour and Purple Lune. On top of having zero traces of alcohol, these flavors have no artificial colors—and they’re vegan gluten-free.
Note: Though this pack is branded as an apéritif, we recommend it as a non-alcoholic alternative to wine due to its enjoyment before, after or during meals.
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