Have you been looking for an alcohol-free white wine that tastes like the real thing? Us too! We’ve sampled our fair share of non-alcoholic white wines in the search for one that’s just right, not too sweet and not too vinegary. We are all as unique as our tastebuds, and so we asked the SGS community “what is the best alcohol-free white wine?” You answered in droves, we’ve been through the suggestions and picked the most popular choices. Keep reading and choose a couple to try.
As always, if drinks that imitate alcohol are triggering for you – or you think they could be – it’s wise to avoid them. There are so many yummy sodas, cordials, tonics and sparkling waters to choose from instead.
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10 of the best alcohol-free white wines:
1. Darling Cellars Alcohol Free Sauvignon Blanc
Made in South Africa from South African grapes from the vineyard, this alcohol-free white wine is light yellow with a green tint in colour. It has flavours of ripe tropical fruit, yellow peaches cut through with juicy, sharp gooseberries. Don’t like your beverages too sweet? This tipple is complimented by a fresh acidity to balance the flavour. Being a gluten-free and vegan-friendly wine, it caters for a wide range of dietary requirements too. Just close your eyes and imagine yourself sat by the Atlantic coast… almost
2. Senorio de la Tautila Blanco White
We love the classic, sweet flavour that makes this non-alcoholic wine a staple in our SGS babes fridges. It’s made from Airen grapes, native to Spain, and one sip will take you from cold climes to the sunny Med, no booze required (indeed, it’s removed before the drink is bottled). Try it if you like your drinks citrus rich with a slight bitter aftertaste.
3. McGuigan Zero Sauvignon Blanc Alcohol Free White Wine
This wine is also available in single-serve mini bottles which we love!
4. Marks and Spencer Alcohol-Free Sauvignon Blanc
A supermarket special, this Marks and Spencer Alcohol-Free white wine is made in Germany and has the colour of a good Sauvignon Blanc. It’s not too sweet, fruity and refreshing and ideal for warm summer days. Ideal for picking up on the way home from work to serve with a chicken or fish dish. The SGS community suggested decanting this wine before drinking to make it extra delicious! A great budget option.
5. Eisberg Alcohol Free White Wine Sauvignon Blanc
Another German made alcohol free drink, this Sauvignon Blanc alternative is ideal for those who want their alcohol-free wine to be more sweet than sharp. The alcohol is carefully removed before being bottled, so you can drink it reassured that there isn’t a trace of booze. Its tantilising gooseberry and tropical flavour makes it a firm favourite amongst the SGS babes.
6. McGuigan Zero Chardonnay
Another German made alcohol free drink, this Sauvignon Blanc alternative is ideal for those who want their alcohol-free wine to be more sweet than sharp. The alcohol is carefully removed before being bottled, so you can drink it reassured that there isn’t a trace of booze. Its tantilising gooseberry and tropical flavour makes it a firm favourite amongst the SGS babes
7. Le Petit Béret Muscat Doux – Alcohol-free
If you prefer your beverage to be more sweet than sharp, this is definitely one to try. It’s a rich, fruity floral drink that could almost pass as an alcohol-free dessert wine option. Made with muscat grapes, expect lychee, pineapple and rose flavours to add romance to a date night, no Dutch courage required!
8. Hardys Alcohol Free Chardonnay
Another popular choice, Hardys Alcohol Free Chardonnay hails from Australia is a crisp and revitalising white wine, thanks to zesty tasting notes of citrus and green apple. It’s full of flavour and very easy to drink, making it a great alcohol free drink choice for dinners and parties alike. Start stocking up!
9. Oddbird Low Intervention Organic Garganega/Vespaiola
Oddbird have labelled this non-alcoholic wine ‘low intervention’ as a nod to its organic roots – this take on a white wine uses Italian grapes but cuts out the need for fertilisers, irrigation or spraying, leaving behind a fresh beverage with sweet flavours of pears, stone fruit and even beeswax (so yes, not one for vegans, we’re afraid).
10. De Bortoli The Very Cautious One – Riesling
Probably the most inventively named beverage, this booze-free Riesling hails from Down Under, using Australian grapes in its production process. Expect sweet musk, rose and spice flavours for a white wine alternative rich in flavour. One to impress your parents with at dinner time!
Take your pick of these alcohol-free white wines and let us know which one is your favourite! Want more alcohol-free alternatives? Take a look at our guide to the best non-alcoholic red wines, best alcohol-free Proseccos, our favourite alcohol-free Aperol Spritz’s and check out our founder Millie’s Amazon choices HERE.