-Updated July 2021
Here are our top ten non alcoholic wine for 2021!
Non-alcoholic wine alternatives are becoming increasingly popular as the alcohol-free movement picks up speed, with new options coming onto the market all the time. Here are a few of of the best non-alcoholic or low alcohol wines!
Earlier this year, we published a blog on our community’s favourite alcohol-free and low-alcohol beers, and the top beers for autumn. Of course, beer is not to everyone’s taste, and our members were curious about what options were there for those not wanting to miss out on a fine wine! Well, you asked and we listened!
So sit down, get yourself a glass and grab a corkscrew, and relax as we pour out our top ten alcohol-free and low-alcohol wines in all colours and to suit all tastes!
Is there alcohol in non alcoholic wine?
Before we dive into the list of the top red and white non alcoholic wine for 2021. First it is important to understand how much alcohol there actually is in non alcoholic wine?
- Each wine comes in at less than 0.5% ABV (alcohol by volume). This is about the same as an overripe banana and nowhere near enough to make you drunk.
- Just be wary that it's possible the taste and smell of non-alcoholic wine – including 0% ABV wine – can provide stimulatory cues that encourage some people to crave standard alcoholic wine and champagne.
- This means non-alcoholic wine isn't suitable for everyone who’s giving up alcohol.
The best non-alcoholic wine for 2021
What is the best non alcoholic wine?
Here are OYNB's top 10 non alcoholic wine for you to enjoy throughout 2020. From deep flavourful alcohol free red wines to indulgent non-alcoholic champagne. There is a low alcohol wine for everyone's taste: The links below will take you where to buy non alcoholic wine
- Rawson's Retreat Cabernet Sauvignon
- Ariel Cabernet Sauvignon
- Eisberg Alcohol-Free Chardonnay
- Leitz Eins Zwei Zero Alcohol-Free Riesling
- Torres Natureo Rosé
- Tesco Low-Alcohol Garnacha Rosé
- Harvey Nichols Non-alcoholic Sparkling Chardonnay
- Eisberg Sparkling Blanc
- Chateau De Fleur Non-alcoholic Sparking Champagne
Red, red wine
Best non alcoholic red wines
Here are two of the best non alcoholic red wines you can buy online.
Rawson’s Retreat Cabernet Sauvignon ABV: 0.5% 19 calories per glass
An alcohol-free red that actually tastes like Cabernet Sauvignon should! With a deep crimson colour that distinguishes it from other non-alcoholic red wines, this goes down smoothly and warms the soul. Like many alcohol-free wines, this beverage was created by producing it to a normal alcoholic strength and then de-alcoholising it. This is the process that can destroy flavour, but in this case you’ll be delighted to find a fruity taste that isn’t loaded with sugar, so stays low in calories and isn’t too sweet. The bottle design has an image of the idyllic vineyard, ensuring a conventional and convincing look.
Ariel Cabernet Sauvignon ABV: 0.5% 26 calories per glass
An excellent low alcohol red wine: Ariel Cabernet Sauvignon is a chocolatey, berry-bursting gift of a red wine from California’s renowned Napa Valley vineyards.
Whiter than white
Best non alcoholic white wines
Next up are the best alcohol free white wines you can buy online.
Leitz Eins Zwei Zero Alcohol-Free Riesling ABV: 0.05% 25 calories per glass
Like any medium-dry white, this is a wine best served chilled. Again, it looks the part with a proper wine label, so you won’t feel like a sore thumb if you bring this with you to a dinner party. With hints of lemon, lime and nectarine, this citrus wine smells a bit sharp at first, with some earthy notes. To taste however, it’s like a true German riesling with the familiar blend of sweetness and tartness.
Eisbery Chardonnay ABV 0.0% 28 calories per glass
Chardonnay is the perfect party tipple! A fruity, alcohol-free white wine with soft vanilla aromas and crisp apple flavours and a hint of honey on the finish. And with only 28 calories in a 125ml glass, what’s not to love?
Best low alcohol wines – Rose
For those rose lovers. Here are the best non alcoholic rose wines your money can buy.
Torres Natureo Rosé ABV: 0.5% 20 calories per glass
This is a very high quality rosé wine with a low-alcohol content and a distinct flavour also works wonderfully as an authentic rosé spritzer. With a sweetness that suits, this alcohol-free beverage smells of berries on vanilla and has a radiant rouge colour. Guaranteed this little number is just what you need to warm your toes on cold winter nights with fond memories of summer!
Tesco Low Alcohol Garnacha Rose ABV: 0.5% 49 calories per glass
This fruity Garnacha, full of ripe strawberry flavours, is made from carefully selected grapes, from the sun ripened vineyards of central Spain. Using innovate technology called `spinning cone ́ that gently removes the alcohol, creating a great tasting rose wine with less than 0.5% alcohol.
Best non alcoholic wine – Prosecco
Looking for a non alcoholic wine for a special occasion? Alcohol free Prosecco is the best choice for you.
Nosecco ABV: less than 0.5% 80 calories per glass
Sleek and trendy, this looks just like any other bottle of fizz. In the glass, it stays looking the part, with a pale golden colour and the same sparkle that you’d expect from the real thing. It’s ever so slightly sweet, just like Prosecco should be, with intense fruity notes from white flowers and white grapes. This is just what you need to fill you with fizz and cheer to get the night going!
Harvey Nichols Alcohol-Free Sparkling Chardonnay ABV: 0% 64 calories per glass
Harvey Nichols Sparkling Chardonnay is a refreshing non-alcoholic sparkling wine made for us by Maggie Beer. A non alcoholic wine made from the juice of Chardonnay grapes, Sparkling Chardonnay has the bead of Champagne and the mouthfeel of a good wine.
Aromas of passionfruit and sweet mango are complimented on the palate with ripe papaya and guava flavours, finishing with a crisp, dry note of fresh lime.
Best alcohol free champagne
Last up on our list of the best non alcoholic wine for 2020 we look at the best low alcohol Champagnes on the market.
Eisberg Sparkling Blanc ABV: 0.1% 31 calories per glass
Eisberg is a popular choice among the OYNB community. Alcohol-free and much lower in calories than standard champagne, you can raise a glass with zero guilt! On the tongue, this alcohol-free fizz is crisp and elegant with flavours of citrus and peach. From the first sip, you’ll be hit by a dry taste that really satisfies, and with no dehydrating effects, this is the perfect accompaniment to a night to remember!
Chateau De Fleur Non-alcoholic Sparkling Wine Champagne ABV: 0% 27 calories per glass
Chateau De Fleur Non-alcoholic Sparkling Wine Champagne Champagnette one of the best Non alcoholic champagnes on the market. Full flavored, contains no alcohol. Perfect for any occasion, made in California by Weibel Vineyards.
Real Kombucha Royal Flush ABV: 0.0% 50 calories per bottle
If wine is just not for you, then Real Kombucha Royal Flush is non-alcoholic tea fermentation at its finest. Kombucha is a fermented and lightly effervescent black or green tea drink. Yeast and bacterial fermentation will over time create a delectable tart taste. The unique Real Kombucha brewing process builds on the delicacy of hand-picked, loose leaf fine teas. Rich scents of rhubarb and gooseberry, rounded out to white fruits and a touch of blackcurrant, this kombucha has a delicate floral acidity giving Royal Flush a fresh and bright appeal.
So put a cork in it!
Alcohol-free and low-alcohol wine have a bad reputation – but these days it’s more than just grape juice! More and more winemakers are able to produce a better taste when they remove alcohol from the process, and are now finding out just how low they can go when it comes to ABV. So whatever your tastes, there is an alcohol-free wine or low-alcohol champagne option out there for everyone! Let us know if you have any favourites that we have not mentioned!
We hope you enjoyed our latest blog post all about the best non alcoholic wine and low alcohol wines in the World. If you are ready to change your relationship with alcohol today then take the challenge.