Looking to buy zero alcohol wine but not too sure what to pick? Indulge in our non-alcoholic wine list!
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For quite some time now Australians have been trying to drink less alcohol. And it makes sense. Despite the frivolity of getting drunk, it’s never fun the next day, and sometimes you don’t remember much anyway! And, for many, the ongoing consumption of alcohol is catching up with us.
But don’t think your regular boozy dinner parties will have to get boring. Nor will those Friday office drinks convert to childish soda nights. Instead, you can still drink and be kind to your body thanks to these 10 best non-alcoholic Australian made wines. Add these drops to your list and be sure to try them all in 2023!
Banrock Station Zero Alcohol Chardonnay
If you’re looking for an alcohol free chardonnay, South Australia’s Banrock Station has the ultimate drop for your cravings. Meet their Zero Alcohol Chardonnay! Designed by winemaker Jessica Maclannan, this wine features aromas of stone fruit and oak spice. With a bright palate, drinkers can expect to find notes of melon and a fruit-platter-like variety of stone fruit. Partnering with Landcare Australia, Banrock Station also highly promotes sustainable conversation by planting 100,00 native species each year.
Edenvale Low Alcohol Sparkling Cuvee
Edenvale is the crème de la crème with their low alcohol range, with their top-rating tipple being this Sparkling Cuvee. It’s as crisp as any other cool cuvee, featuring refreshing fruity flavours that linger after every mouthful. Due to the wine having the alcohol removed, rather than being alcohol free, the wine is made in the traditional way with the process of removal of the alcohol added at the end. This enables the classic taste to be retained. Best served with friends!
Edenvale Shiraz Alcohol Removed
Topping our list of the best Australian made low alcohol wines, Edenvale also comes in as with one of the best booze-free wines too! This classic dry red is anything but simple, featuring a deep ruby colour, a supple body and smooth palate. Expect aromas of ripe black cherry, rich dark plum and a splash of spice making it a wonderful accompaniment to a grilled dinner. And at 17 calories per 100 millimetres, it’s also a great healthy wine alternative too!
Grant Burge Prosecco Zero
There’s no denying that we love all of Grant Burge’s range. And, thankfully, their Prosecco Zero is no exception. This non-vintage encapsulates the same fastidious approach to winemaking as their famed prosecco range. Crafted in South Australia, this non alcoholic wine includes fruit sourced from a range of cool climate regions around the nation. A lighter alternative we’ll always love, this drop includes notes of crisp green apple, juicy lemon and a whimsical white peach.
Jacob's Creek Better By Half Pinot Grigio
While it’s not exactly low alcohol, it still harnesses less of it compared to your standard pinot grigio. Half of it, in fact. To be exact, the alcohol is half that of the classic Pinot Grigio by Jacob’s Creek, and also contains half the calories too! One of the healthiest low alcohol wines on the market; just like your standard pinot grigio, this baby is light and luscious, with a crispy bite. Expect a fruity balance between nashi pears and lemon blossom with a classic, textured finish. Best served with seafood or punchy Thai cuisine.
McGuigan Wines Zero Rosé
Make your boozy brunch a little less tipsy and much more fruitful with the McGuigan Wines Zero Rosé. Its tickled pink and totally sober, featuring zesty aromas of delicate red fruits complemented with hints of rose petal. It smells like a summer afternoon under the sun. As for the palate, it is quite giving, streaming with flavours of strawberries and pink grapefruit, leading to a crisp and refreshing finish. Add this non-alcoholic Australia wine to your drinks list and pair it with fresh seafood – from prawns to oysters, or even a snappy snapper!
Minchinbury Low Alcohol Classic Brut
Classic bruts from south-eastern Australia are hard to come by, more so when it’s low alcohol. But, at 0.5% ABV, the Minchinbury Low Alcohol Classic Brut is a definite crowd pleaser. This low alcohol wine is pale straw in colour with a fine, refreshing bead. Expect aromas of light, lemony hints with subtle tropical notes, with a palate that bursts to a delicious finish. Here’s another one that is best served with friends, but, if you must pair with food, you can’t go past seafood!
Minchinbury Zero Rosé
With less than 0.5% alcohol, this may just be the best non alcoholic rosé in Australia! Despite its lack in alcohol, Minchinbury makes up for it all in the flavour, and we’re not complaining. With lifted sweet berry fruit aromas, wine lovers will also find hints of strawberry and layers of red fruit. We recommend pairing this non alcoholic wine with a creamy brie cheese or delicately dressed freshly shucked oysters. A must try in 2023!
Paradox Zero Alc Grenache
If you’re in search of a non-alcoholic red wine, Paradox’s Zero Alc Grenache will be the ultimate booze-free treat. Hailing from South Australia, this wine is bold, irresistible and delicate to drink. With the alcohol removed, somehow Paradox has mastered a way to keep the flavour full. If the sound of delicate raspberry and red plum aromas tingle your interest, prepare to be mystified by the flavours of red fruit and sweet spice. A must try in 2023!
Plus & Minus Zero Alcohol Shiraz
This delicious Shiraz is the first of Plus & Minus’ new premium no-alcohol wine range. State-of-the-art technology has enabled the alcohol to be extracted without compromising on body and taste. The nose features captivating black fruit aromas with hints of spice and toasty oak influence. The palate is smooth and full of fruity flavours, with a considerable body and length and, not to forget, it has a great mouthfeel on the finish with a cleansing acidity. Best served with steak, this is one of our favourite non-alcoholic red wines!
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