Best non alcoholic wines to drink this Dry July 2021
Once upon a time, those wanting to avoid alcohol had to make do with plain old juice and soft drinks. With the rise of the conscious consumption movement, more people are discovering the benefits of alcohol-free options.
Even so, it's difficult to know what to look for in dealcoholized wine. We've picked together the top brands of your favourite varieties, from effervescent champagne to full-bodied cabernet, so you can simply better satisfy the needs of all your guests at your next party. Here are the best non-alcoholic wines to ensure that no one misses out on the fun. These wines will be your saving grace if you are partaking in Dry July!
First up on our list is Thomson and Scott Noughty Sparkling wine. Enjoy this Noughty Chardonnay, which is fresh, lively, and effervescent. It's delightfully effervescent and flavorful, with a smooth, crisp finish. It's prepared with chardonnay grapes, has only 3 g of sugar per 100ml, is completely organic and vegan, and has no alcohol. It's your go-to when it comes to bubbles.
Smooth toffee-rich Merlot fruits and crisp Shiraz combine in this Domaine de la Prade Organic Shiraz, which has balanced aromas of blackberry and sour cherries. It's crafted from organically cultivated grapes that have been delicately de-alcoholized to retain all of the natural aromas and full-bodied flavours that you'd expect from a Shiraz.
Making memories is synonymous with a bottle of wine. Everyone, regardless of age or circumstance, may enjoy our Giesen Non-Alcoholic Sauvignon Blanc, from family dinners to intimate rendezvous. It's dry and crisp, yet refreshing, and it's made in the vineyards of New Zealand's Marlborough region. It's the ideal glass of white wine with none of the drawbacks. Is there any way it could get any better?
The classic taste of Ara Zero Non-Alcoholic Sauvignon Blanc is full of light, crisp flavours with undertones of herbs and tropical fruit, much like your favourite bottle of white wine. The only difference is that you won't end up on the floor. Furthermore, this medium-bodied wine is produced in the stunning Marlborough vineyards of New Zealand. So go ahead and take a taste.
Plus Minus Blanc de Blancs is a non-alcoholic wine that is effervescent and has a smooth frothy mouthfeel. It is ideal for any sober celebration. You'll feel refreshed and invigorated after just one sip, thanks to the vivid overtones of apple, citrous, and sweetness. However, there's no reason to relax. This non-alcoholic wine won't get you in trouble. You'll get a boost of antioxidants thanks to the addition of grape seed extract. A must try especially if you are doing dry july this year.
With smells of pear, apple, and citrus, as well as a hint of floral notes, this non-alcoholic pinot grigio is very distinctive. A wonderful citrus burst with sweetness and acidity that is perfectly balanced. It's best served chilled and goes well with seafood. This non-alcoholic wine has a 0% ABV and contains only 28 calories per 100ml so you never have to feel guilty about indulging in this wine. It was handcrafted in South Australia in 2020 by winemaker Corey Ryan. This is a must try for those who love a good glass of pinot grigio, trust me, it tastes extremely similar if not identical, except for the no alcohol part.
Natureo Rose De-Alcoholised Wine is produced in Catalonia, Spain. Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes are used to make this wonderful wine. This brilliant cherry red wine has a vibrant aftertaste and a crisp fruity scent. This is a fantastic aperitif. Vegan-friendly, less than 0.5 percent ABV, 23 calories per serve. This wine was crafted in Spain, has an ABV of <0.5% and is vegan friendly.
Zero-alcohol McGuigan The rose nose is vibrant, with red fruit scents and subtle traces of rose petal. Pink grapefruit and strawberry flavours dominate the palate, while the finish is light and pleasant. McGuigan Zero Rose is serious about the phrase "rose all day." Is it possible to get up before noon? There will be no drama. While keeping an eye on the kids, Rose? It's simple. On a weeknight, Rose? Please, yes! You may enjoy a glass of this non-alcoholic rose at any time because it has no alcohol, additives, or artificial sweeteners.
Edenvale Pinot Noir is vibrant and deep, with a pronounced earthiness that rounds out the texture. It's well-balanced and crafted with fruits at their full ripeness. You can have another glass because it's made with luscious cherry and mulberry fruits and only the best grapes from Southeastern Australia, and it's only 0.5 percent per volume. Perfect for any social situation or Dry July!
A powerful, well-rounded Chardonnay with a dry finish. The Domaine de la Prade Chardonnay is matured for a year to preserve the Chardonnay grapes' original flavours and qualities. The wine is then gently de-alcoholized, preserving all of the rich flavours associated with Chardonnay. It's a fantastic match with amazing meals.
Enjoy this beautifully pleasant sparkling white wine while relaxing. This alcohol-free alternative is a carefully balanced mixture of sparkling fermented grape juice and quality green tea that has all the sparkle but none of the fuss. This sparkling wine has a complex flavour profile and a silky texture, and it pours with a large head of bubbles. A delicious and enjoyable alternative that is also quite drinking.
And there you have it, some of the best non-alcoholic wines you need to try if you are planning on participating in Dry July this year. If you are a wine lover then these are perfect for you, you won’t even be able to tell the difference. You can find all of these products on our non-alcoholic wine collection.