6 of the Best Non-Alcoholic Champagne and Sparkling Wines
Planning a party doesn't always equate to having unlimited supply of booze. To accommodate friends and guests who want to stay sober, there's a way to celebrate without alcohol. You can try serving soda, fresh juices, or alcohol-free cocktails. But aside from mocktails, there's a wide array of non-alcohol Champagne and sparkling wines you can try. If you're wondering what the best non-alcoholic wine options are out there, then look no further. Here, we've put together a list of the best alcohol-free Champagnes and sparkling wines for your next party.
1. St Regis Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Brut
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This dry, medium-bodied sparkler features fresh floral, fruity, and mineral notes.
2. Chateau De Fleur Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Champagnette
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Made in California by Weibel Vineyards, this "champagnette" bottle has refreshing flavors of apple and peach.
3. Sutter Home Fre Brut Non-Alcoholic Champagne
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A bright and lively option, Sutter Home's non-alcoholic Fre has aromas of green apples and ripe pears along with flavors of apple and strawberry.
4. Señorío de la Tautila Espumoso Rosado Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Rosé
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The winemaker recommends pairing this sparkling rosé with light soups, salads, cheeses, and pasta. It's made in Spain using tempranillo grapes.
5. Élivo Zero Zero Deluxe Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Wine
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Produced by Élivo winery in Spain using chardonnay grapes, this bottle equates to a semi-dry cava. The winemaker describes it as a "yellow, straw-colored wine" that's "clean and bright with a voluminous deployment of bubbles." Sounds delicious, no matter what the alcohol content is.
6. Pierre Chavin Perle Bleu de Chavin Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Wine
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Based in the Languedoc-Roussillon region of France, Pierre Chavin began producing alcohol-free wines a few years ago and now has an extensive lineup. The Perle Bleu de Chavin is made from chardonnay grapes and features natural blueberry aromas.
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
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