Tired of drinking non-alcoholic rosé wine? If yes, you’ve come to the right place. Here we offer a few excellent non-alcoholic rosé wine alternatives that we’re sure you’ll love. So, let’s dive right in.
What types of wines make non-alcoholic rosé wine alternatives?
Since rosé wines are made using red grapes, the alternative that comes closest to preserving the experience of drinking a rosé is red wine.
However, we understand that you may be keen on experimenting with other types of dealcoholized wine. That’s why we’ve made a list that combines reds and whites.
Let’s look at some of the best non-alcoholic red and white wines to try, apart from rosé.
The 5 best non-alcoholic red wines
Our top picks for the non-alcoholic red wines
Luminara Non-Alcoholic Napa Red Blend 2018 is a delicious and rich non-alcoholic red wine straight from the heart of Napa Valley. This non-alcoholic rosé wine alternative is full-bodied with dual notes of fruit and spice. There are also hints of smokiness in the Luminara Non-Alcoholic Napa Red Blend, making it perfect on its own or with meals.
If you’re interested in moving away from the delicate rosé flavors and want something bold, choose Fre Cabernet Sauvignon. This has a strong and complex flavor that combines berries and spice., making it a great partner for food with strong flavors, such as blue cheese and steak. Definitely add it to your lunch/dinner menu.
No list of non-alcoholic rosé wine alternatives is complete without Pierre Zēro Merlot. This dealcoholized red wine has a well-rounded flavor profile characterized by a touch of berries, fruit, spice, and vanilla. In fact, we believe that Pierre Zēro Merlot is a great starting point for anyone who’s exploring flavors outside traditional non-alcoholic rosé. One of the first things you’ll notice is how this wine seems to shimmer a beautiful, deep purple when the light hits it just right.
If you’re keen on trying a non-alcoholic red wine that resembles authentic Italian dry reds, then Princess Rosso Dry is the way to go. Since it’s a dry wine, it is definitely not as fruity as some of the reds on our list. It is spicy, aromatic, and full-bodied. Hints of cherry come through beautifully, making it the perfect companion for a relaxing evening.
Sangiovese means a variety of red Italian grapes. Zeero Sangiovese is an Italian-based non-alcoholic red wine that is an excellent drink for any celebration, with no hangovers or headaches. It contains zero sugar, low calories, and has 100% organic grapes, with hints of blackberries, currant, and white peach. It has all-natural colors to make the wine more attractive and appealing.
The 5 best non-alcoholic white wines
Our top picks for the best non-alcoholic white wines
If Luminara Red didn’t hold your attention, maybe Luminara White will.
Luminara Non-Alcoholic Chardonnay 2018 is a delightfully crisp and refreshing non-alcoholic white wine that reveals notes of citrus and Fuji apple. This beverage has a light body that is perfect for a mid-morning treat. You can even serve it at pool parties and outdoor events during the spring/summer season because of how lively it feels on the palate.
If you want a more citrus-based, tarty non-alcoholic rosé wine alternative, then Giesen Sauvignon Blanc is perfect for you. The three main ingredients whose flavors are obvious are redcurrant, fresh lime, and lemon shortbread. You can also taste notes of berries, specifically passion fruit and black currant. This non-alcoholic wine has a way of waking up your senses without overwhelming you. It’s great for all events and is a crowd favorite.
Are you someone who prefers fruity and juicy drinks? Then Leitz NV Eins Zwei Zero Riesling was made for you. This non-alcoholic white wine is true to its Riesling heritage. It has a rich flavor profile that encompasses citrus, lime, and red apples, with a captivating floral aroma. Subtle mineral notes in the aftertaste make this non-alcoholic rosé wine alternative unique. It's a great dealcoholized white wine for breakfasts and brunches.
Pierre Zēro Chardonnay is a delightful non-alcoholic rosé wine alternative that blends the fruity with the floral. You’ll taste flowers, lychees, peaches, and tropical fruits when you sip on this beverage. It is on the sweeter side, but that’s what makes it a favorite with so many people. You’ll be transported to a tropical paradise. One of the best things about this non-alcoholic white wine is that it pairs beautifully with fresh vegetables and white meats. Additionally, you can replace your aperitif with a glass of Pierre Zēro Chardonnay any time.
The final non-alcoholic rosé wine alternative on our list is Grüvi Dry Secco, a semi-dry prosecco wine. It boasts mild tartness and light sweetness, both of which tantalize your palate. This wine is gluten-free and sulfate-free, making it super healthy. It has just 50 calories per bottle, making it a low-calorie non-alcoholic wine. Its dryness also makes it a great base for mocktails and non-alcoholic cocktails. You can easily pair it with a charcuterie board and serve it as the choicest beverage at meetings and other formal gatherings. Your guests will love it.
Where can you purchase non-alcoholic rosé wine alternatives?
Now that you know the best non-alcoholic rosé wine alternatives, why not get some and try them out? At Better Rhodes, we have a wide selection of non-alcoholic red and white wines to choose from.
Purchasing for a special occasion? We also have a great selection of non-alcoholic sparkling wines. Order a bottle or get the variety basket. You’ll find brilliant gems that will tantalize your taste buds. Visit our website to place an order.