What to drink instead of wine and champagne
What to drink instead of wine and champagne?
If you usually drink wine and champagne, what can you drink instead? There are several non-alcoholic and de-alcoholised options available, we list some of the best picks.
Carl Jung Sparkling White Wine
Carl Jung is a German winery, who have been making de-alcoholised wines since 1908. They have a great reputation, and the wines are widely available. Sarah Stacey in the Daily Mail wrote: “Medium-dry and refreshing with peachy notes, this was a clear winner. Great for parties.”
This sparkling wine is available from Delicious Drinks Shop (@Deliciousdrinks), and is priced at £6.95 per bottle.
Torres Natureo Muscat (0.5% alcohol)
Our favourite reviewer Drychick describes this dealcoholised wine as distinguished. She says: “This is good enough to fool dinner party guests for the real thing. Lots of flavour, pleasant green apple aroma. Keeps in the fridge longer than full-proof wine. Enjoy with fish and white meat, white pasta dishes and British cheddar”.
£5.99 from Waitrose.
Bonne Nouvelle Merlot
Bonne Nouvelle are based in France, and have been producing de-alcoholised French wine since 1988. It has a 4/5 star review on vivino.com(@vivino), the wine rating website and app.
Available at The Alcohol Free Shop for £6.49 per bottle.
Schloer Celebration Pink Fizz
Schloer are a familiar company for many, and make widely available sparkling juices. Rachel Simons (@StressedRach) reviewed the Schloer, saying: “It is a fresh and fruity combination with vibrant flavours of red and white grape juices fused together to create a beautiful and sparkling rosé drink.”
Available from a range of supermarkets including @Ocado, where it’s priced at £2.99 per 750ml bottle.