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5 Best Non-Alcoholic Wines to drink in 2020

If you’re wanting to take a break from alcohol and are wondering what non-alcoholic wine taste like? Here's what to expect from our pick of the 5 best non-alcoholic wines for 2020.

Non-alcoholic drinks have stolen the spotlight over the last couple of years, with more non-alcoholic wine, beer and spirits choice than ever. As these drinks get more popular, creators will keep refining their craft, producing even more top-shelf alcohol-free beverages. So if you’re ready to take a break from alcohol, now is a great time to start exploring options.

Non-alcoholic wine is made in the same way as our favourite regular wine, then just before bottling it undergoes a unique process of de-alcoholisation where the alcohol is naturally removed. 

Friends pouring white wine into large glass

When it comes to choosing an alcohol-free wine it is often it's hard to know where to start, especially if you have previously tried the supermarket wines and noticed they tasted like sweet grape juice. Finding a great NA wine takes a lot of research, tasting and comparing, and that's exactly what I am here for! I have found a fantastic selection of wines that actually taste like wine, from dry, full-bodied Chardonnay, to classic French Rosé, Sparkling Italian Prosecco, and all the big jammy reds like Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Shiraz.

1. The Non-Alcoholic Prosecco

Odd Bird Spumante Veneto Prosecco

If you are passionate about Prosecco, this is the sparkling wine for you. Created by Odd Bird and made in Veneto Italy, this is one of the best tasting non-alcoholic wines on the market, almost indistinguishable to a real Prosecco.

Traditionally produced using 100% Glera grapes from the finest Italian vineyards, this wine is left to mature for up to one year. It’s then gently de-alcoholised upholding the character, flavour and aromas.

Expect delicious and delicate notes of green apple and grapefruit. This is a crisp sparkling white that is low in calories. It also makes the perfect mixer for a traditional Italian Aperol Spritz. 

Bottle of Odd Bird Spumante Veneto Prosecco

2. The Non-Alcoholic White Wine

Santa Digna de-alcoholised Sauvignon Blanc

This is one of my personal favourites for Sunday lunch, after a few glasses and some good conversation, we actually found ourselves double-checking the label that it was really alcohol-free.

A choice for the more discerning drinker. The Santa Digna Alcohol-Free Sauvignon Blanc is from the acclaimed Torres brand which was recently crowned the most 'Admired Wine Brand in the World'. This no-booze-doozy comes from Miguel Torres in Chile’s Valle Central region. Specialising in environmentally friendly viticulture, this wine is 100% Certified Fair Trade by Fair To Life; easy to drink and friendly to the environment - thank you!

You can expect notes of tropical fruits, crisp apple and fennel, it’s a wonderful white that plays a buttery punch on your palate, bringing floral freshness with a long finish. The mindful de-alcoholisation method takes only the alcohol away, not the flavour or complexity. Drink chilled with fish, chicken and pasta for serious wow. 

Bottle of Santa Digna de-alcoholised white wine

3. The Non-Alcoholic Rosé

Natureo Premium Rosé

If you like your wine easy and ahhhh, try this pretty pink from the Bodegas Torres SA winery. You’ll find this legendary Penedès wine-growing region in Catalonia, outside Barcelona. Made from a combo of Shiraz and Cab Sav grapes, the alcohol is removed gently by their state-of-the-art system.

What’s left are all the natural aromas, antioxidants, vitamins and mineral salts – sans alcohol. When you sip, taste a fruity flavour with a whisper of red liquorice that lingers long. And with just 30 calories per 100ml, it boasts less than half the calories of your regular white wine. Ace as an aperitif, this Rosé works best chilled and paired with Asian and rice-based dishes.

Bottle of Natureo Premium Rosé

4. The de-alcoholised Big Red Aussie Shiraz


If you're mostly the red wine type (like me), this drop is for you. It is a big bold and ridiculously smooth Aussie Shiraz that's hard to tell it's actually alcohol-free. 

This red wine, sans alcohol certainly makes a drink-worthy glass. Those smooth refined Shiraz grapes. The result? A delish, well-balanced red which sports a striking colour. Triple distilled retaining that rich, velvety mouthful and oaky flavour with caramel notes and hints of dark chocolate and plum. It goes great with meats, pasta and dishes with some spiciness. 

Newblood de-alcoholised red shiraz

5. The Non-alcoholic Sparkling Wine

Blue Nun Sparkling Wine Silver Edition

Nothing short of a party in a bottle, this lively sparkling white wine from the Blue Nun brand hails from Germany and is an esteemed label with a reputation for taste and quality. A glass of Silver Edition is all about celebrating; from hip-hip to hooray. With the added dynamic of bubbles, this sparkling wine is fantastically fresh and fruity, with a brisk, bright flavour: think citrus. A go-to aperitif, sip this one on its lonesome, just because, or pair it with fish, pasta or dessert.  

Bottle of alcohol-free Sparkling Wine

Choose your drink adventure; one of these 5 wines is sure to hit the spot and turn you into a devotee. And don’t forget the benefits of non-alcoholic wine. If you want to indulge in a complex drop without the next day head-ouch, sip on your pick of these quality bevvies or try them all. These aren’t wine substitutes; they’re something to celebrate in their own right. Bottoms up!

If you're not a wine drinker and prefer a non-alcoholic beer, G&T or something fancier like a non-alcoholic espresso martini, you can be sure to check out our full range of alcohol-free drinks. 

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