Alcohol-free wines


Type – non-alcoholic wines
Review – If you are no longer drinking wine and looking for a range of non-alcoholic alternatives then check out this resource. I’ve reviewed a range of different alcohol-free wines from classic whites and reds to sparkling and roses. 

alcohol-free wine

Let’s face it, alcohol-free wine can be quite hit and miss and that’s partly due to wine traditionally having a higher alcoholic level so when it is removed it inevitably impacts flavours, body and aroma.

Believe it or not, the process behind creating alcohol-free wine is the same as alcoholic wine … with the extra admin of having the alcohol removed (either by spinning cone technology, vacuum distillation, or reverse osmosis). The additional processing also means that alcohol-free wine isn’t necessarily cheaper which a number of drinkers expect.

If you don’t want to drink a non-alcoholic wine that is #DFTS (destined for the sink) then make sure you check out the reviews below.

What type of alcohol-free wine are you interested in?


Alcohol-free sparkling wines

Ranked by score

# 1

Sparkling white wine

Producer – ISH

chateau del ish

If you are looking for a tasty, refreshing alcohol-free white wine with fruity notes of apples and pears then this great sparkling white wine by ISH should be a destination for you. 

drinking chateau ish

# 2

Cimicky Zero

Alcohol-free Sparkling Red Wine

cimicky alcohol-free

Easily one of the best sparkling wines I’ve tasted. Full of rich red fruit flavours and well carbonated this non-alcoholic sparkling wine from Cimicky will please most. 

drinking cimicky wine

# 3

Bella Glamour

Alcohol-free Sparkling White Wine

bella wine

Bella alcohol-free wines come from Northern Italy and are made from the highest quality grape must. Expect crisp citrus flavours and generous carbonation with their tasty range of non-alcoholic wines. 

drinking bloom wine

# 4


Alcohol-free Prosecco


Nozeco is a decent alcohol-free alternative to prosecco. Although it lacks the dry bittersweet quality of prosecco it is never less a tasty sparkling wine that makes a great accompaniment for a party or night in. 

drinking nozeco

Alcohol-free red wines

Ranked by score

# 1

Cabernet Tempranillo

Producer – Adnams

adnams cabernet

As far as alcohol-free reds go, this Cabernet Tempranillo isn’t too bad. Expect punchy berry and fruit flavours from the Tempranillo grapes with background flavours of black pepper however it did lack body.

tasting adnams cabernet

# 2


Producer – Torres Natureo

natureo syrah

Torres Natureo has used 100% Syrah grapes for this alcohol-free wine, aged in French oak for up to six months … so you would expect some bold flavours … but you don’t. It is actually quite watery in body and lacks the Syrah flavours I would have liked to have tasted.  

drinking natureo

# 3


Producer – Eisberg

eisberg merlot

I think my review sums this wine up nicely “it tastes like red wine … albeit a really bad one you might pick up from the back of a convenience store”. If that’s the vibe you’re going for then knock yourself out. If not, look elsewhere for an alcohol-free red wine.  

drinking eisberg alcohol-free merlot

# 4


Producer – McGuigan

mcguigan shiraz alcohol-free

There really isn’t much to say about this wine other than if you fancy a mouth of red wine vinegar this is for you. Certainly, a wine that was #DFTS (destined for the sink) – avoid!

drinking mcguigan shiraz

Alcohol-free white wines

Ranked by score

# 1

Sauvignon Blanc

Producer – McGuigan

mcguigan white wine -alcohol free

The good news is McGuigan gets an award for this wine … the award being the most undrinkable alcohol-free beverage on My Dry Bar; even my sink deserves better!

drinking alcohol free sauvignon blanc
alcohol-free sparkling wine

Alcohol-free wine of the month

If you are looking for an alcohol-free white sparkling wine, reminiscent of prosecco then you are not going to go wrong with Chateau del ISH. Full of fruity, acidic flavours this makes for a very refreshing drink.

Check out the full review here 

TÖST non-alcoholic beverage

TÖST is a great tea based, non-alcoholic option that can be rolled out for multiple occasions from an chilled out BBQ to a more formal celebration. Choose from their original flavour or check out the Rose variety.

Celebrating 200 non-alcoholic drink reviews

Over the past four years James from MyDryBar has taste-tested over 200 different non-alcoholic drinks. To celebrate an article has been written documenting some of the changes that have occured within the alcohol-free sector over the past few years.

Oddbird Non-alcoholic wines

This non-alcoholic wine by Oddbird is a good attempt at a decent alcohol-free red but does miss the mark due to a strange background taste. Still, if you are looking for an non-alcoholic alternative to Merlot then this isn’t the worst wine you could drink. 

Non-alcoholic Hardys Wine Review

To give this non-alcoholic chardonnay by Hardys credit the balance of sweetness and acidity is pretty decent and overall its not a bad alcohol-free white wine but I prefer the sparkling options.