With another new year gone, many are looking for low or non-alcohol wines.
The increase in interest in this market has perhaps partially come off the back of alcohol free beers proving to be a valid alternative to their alcoholic counter parts.
It’s part of a movement that is an attempt to be more inclusive to those who don’t want to drink, or drink as much.
There’s quite limited options currently to those who wanted to avoid high sugar content drinks, but who are:
- Trying to drink less
- Taking a break during an evening drinking
Alcohol free wine and beer isn’t just for those who are tee total.
Increasingly on an evening you may swap out one drink for a lower percentage one to just keep in a slightly healthier zone of tispy!
So, what are the best low alcohol wines out there?
Nosecco – Alcohol Free “Champagne” (Sparkling Wine)
Let’s start with some fizz! While alcohol free Champagne isn’t yet a thing (sadly), this is a fantastic alternative.
At just £18 for 6 (£3 a bottle) it provides fantastic value for drinking any time of year or day.
Many praise it’s lightness, and avoidance an overly sweet palate. Good bubbles, and while it’s never going to be the same as a full ABV Prosecco, it hits very close to the mark.
Perfect for parties where you want to perhaps slow guests down a bit, but keep the bubbles flowing…