14 Non-Alcoholic Champagne & Sparkling Wine Options [2023] – Surely
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14 Non-Alcoholic Champagne & Sparkling Wine Options [2023]

14 Non-Alcoholic Champagne & Sparkling Wine Options [2023]

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Non-alcoholic champagne or sparkling wine may seem like a faraway dream, but you may be surprised at how many delicious alternatives are out there. It’s totally possible to join in the effervescent fun without the booze or the next-day headache.

The best versions have joined the alcohol-removed wine movement in offering delicious, bubbly beverages that taste just like the real thing. We can’t wait for you to try these favorites.

How They’re Made

Like a non-alcoholic beer or wine, non-alcoholic sparkling wine or champagne has been filtered to remove the alcohol.

Is champagne alcoholic or non-alcoholic? Traditional champagne is alcoholic. Non-alcoholic champagne or sparkling wine is becoming more popular. This variety is made through reverse osmosis, vacuum distillation, or passing the wine through a series of spinning cone columns.

You’ll still have that same refreshing carbonation and crisp taste, just in a drink without alcohol

What is the difference between non-alcoholic champagne and regular champagne? The difference between non alcoholic champagne and regular champagne is this: Non-alcoholic champagne has had the alcohol removed.

Is non-alcoholic champagne good for your health? Non-alcoholic champagne is better for your health. It’s also a great option if you’re looking to cut back on alcohol consumption. An added bonus is that many sparkling wine alternatives will have fewer calories, too. An 8 oz glass of Surely’s non-alcoholic sparkling white wine is only 40 calories. 

Is alcohol-free champagne safe to drink? Alcohol-free champagne is safe to drink. The process of removing the alcohol leaves behind just 0.5% alcohol by volume or less. 

If you’re looking to drink less, seeking bubbly beverages to indulge in during pregnancy, or are just curious about non-alcoholic champagne, you have options. 


14 best non-alcoholic champagne and sparkling wine brands:

  • Surely Non-Alcoholic Wine
  • Sutter Home Fre Brut Non-Alcohol Champagne
  • Chateau De Fleur Champagnette
  • St. Regis Nosecco/Secco
  • Sapiens Dealcoholized Sparkling Rosé
  • Grüvi Bubbly Rosé
  • Freixenet Alcohol Free Sparkling
  • Pierre Chavin Zero Rosé Non-Alcoholic Sparkling
  • Noughty Alcohol-Free Sparkling Chardonnay
  • TÖST Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Beverage
  • Martinelli’s Sparkling Blush
  • Lyre's Classico
  • Leitz Eins Zwei Zero Sparkling Riesling
  • Élivo Zero Zero Deluxe Sparkling Non-Alcoholic Sparkling White

Sutter Home Fre Brut Non-Alcoholic Champagne


This brut from Sutter Home and its California vineyards is perfect for those seeking a dry champagne. The flavors are crisp and fruit-forward, with hints of apple and pear. 

Pros of Sutter Home Fre Brut Non-Alcoholic Champagne:

  • Sutter Home has been a well-known, approachable brand since the 1980s.
  • It’s available both in grocery stores and online.

Cons of Sutter Home Fre Brut Non-Alcoholic Champagne:

  • It has a dry aftertaste that may still be too sweet for some.
  • Seasoned champagne fans may miss some complexity in the flavor.

Chateau De Fleur Champagnette


This California sparkler from Weibel Vineyards is quite sweet, boasting notes of ripe peach. The Champagnette label is their own invention, as this one is more of a sparkling juice.

Pros of Chateau De Fleur Champagnette:

  • This sparkling grape beverage is perfect for all ages.
  • It’s easy to find in stores and online.

Cons of Chateau De Fleur Champagnette:

  • The taste may be too sweet for some consumers.
  • It may not please those seeking an authentic champagne taste.

St. Regis Nosecco/Secco


These bubbles hail from Canada’s St. Regis and are delicious in mimosas or other mocktails. The grapes come from Spain, but the taste resembles the freshness you’d expect.

Pros of St. Regis Nosecco/Secco:

  • The grape blends in this one mimic traditional sparkling wines quite well.
  • It’s widely available, especially in California.

Cons of St. Regis Nosecco/Secco:

  • The intense fruit flavors may limit your pairing options.
  • This one is best served fresh, which may not necessarily be a bad thing.

Sapiens Dealcoholized Sparkling Rosé


The semi-sweet sparkling rosé from Sapiens Beverage Company is a more sophisticated option for those seeking a true rosé. Made of tempranillo grapes, the flavor is light and refreshing.

Pros of Sapiens Dealcoholized Sparkling Rosé:

  • A perfect imitation of dry rosé, even down to the smell.
  • The brand also carries a no-alcohol red wine, a rarity for dealcoholized wines.

Cons of Sapiens Dealcoholized Sparkling Rosé:

  • The price point on this one is higher than many other dealcoholized champagnes.
  • It isn’t widely available, so you’ll need to head to their website to purchase.

Grüvi Bubbly Rosé


This rosé blend from Grüvi is made of cabernet and chardonnay grapes, giving it a pretty pink hue. It starts off with some acidity and green apple flavor and finishes with sweet strawberry. 

Pros of Grüvi Bubbly Rosé:

  • Your bubbles come in 4-packs, making this one a convenient option to take on-the-go.
  • The taste is crowd-pleasing, as it’s not too sweet and not too tart.

Cons of Grüvi Bubbly Rosé:

  • You don’t get a traditional corked bottle with this option.
  • Grüvi can be hard to find in stores.

Freixenet Alcohol Free Sparkling Wine


This alcohol-free white wine sparkler comes from Spanish-based Freixenet, a well-established cava producer in the country’s Catalonia region. These European winemakers are aiming for a similar taste to their original product.

Pros Freixenet Alcohol Free Sparkling Wine

  • Your sparkling is coming with a pedigree. The winery has been operating since 1861.
  • Their award-winning wines signal that they take their products seriously.

Cons of Freixenet Alcohol Free Sparkling Wine:

  • If you’re looking for something sweeter, this may not be for you.
  • You’re ordering directly from the winery here, so expect high shipping costs.

Pierre Chavin Zero Rosé Non-Alcoholic Sparkling


This alcohol-free sparkling rosé from Pierre Chavin in France is pink and fruity, making it an excellent option for parties that call for something a bit more playful. 

Pros of Pierre Chavin Zero Rosé Non-Alcoholic Sparkling:

  • Sipping on a non-alcoholic rosé from France feels authentic and chic.
  • This blend of chardonnay and merlot has a taste modeled after their popular French alcoholic wines.

Cons of Pierre Chavin Zero Rosé Non-Alcoholic Sparkling:

  • The flavor is quite delicate. If you’re looking for something bold, you won’t enjoy this variety.
  • You’ll need to order this one online, either from the vineyard or through online retailers.

Noughty Alcohol-Free Sparkling Chardonnay


This sparkling white wine from Thomson & Scott is modeled after a blanc de blanc, champagne made from only chardonnay grapes. The flavor is crisp, with notes of ripe apple. 

Pros of Noughty Alcohol-Free Sparkling Chardonnay:

  • With a lower sugar content than many options, it’s a healthier pick.
  • The company offsets the carbon footprint of every purchase with Treepoints.

Cons of Noughty Alcohol-Free Sparkling Chardonnay:

  • If you’re not a fan of chardonnay, you won’t enjoy this pick.
  • Some reviewers find it has a hint of apple and isn’t suitable for fans of a dryer taste.

TÖST Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Beverage


TÖST certainly looks like a celebratory drink, and it is. It’s fizzy, refreshing, and a fun treat at parties. That said, it’s not a sparkling wine but a sparkling beverage

Pros of TÖST Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Beverage:

  • The flavor is unique: white tea, cranberry, and ginger that resemble a dry ginger soda.
  • The ingredients are all-natural, so any sweetness you taste comes from natural sources.

Cons of TÖST Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Beverage:

  • It isn’t sparkling wine or champagne and therefore has a very different flavor profile.
  • The website sells the drink in bundles, making it difficult to buy in anything less than large quantities.

Martinelli’s Sparkling Blush


This sparkling blush from Martinelli’s is an elevated version of the sparkling grape juice of your childhood. It’s still technically a sparkling juice, but the added berries make it a little fancier. 

Pros of Martinelli’s Sparkling Blush:

  • Everyone can drink it, even the kids. This is a 0% alcohol option.
  • Martinelli’s is widely available and inexpensive, sold in many supermarkets.

Cons of Martinelli’s Sparkling Blush:

  • Added raspberries add a hint of tart flavor, but it’s still very sweet. 
  • This is sparkling juice, so wine fans may not be won over by its dessert-like flavor.

Lyre’s Classico


Apple, peach, and lime flavors combine in this “non alcoholic celebration in a bottle” for the perfect champagne replacement. Perfectly served in a champagne flute, like this setup from The Grocer.

Pros of Lyre’s Classico

  • A taste profile mistakeable for a slightly sweet Prosecco or champage.
  • Indiscernible that it’s non alcoholic.

Cons of Lyre’s Classico

  • Not as budget friendly as other options.
  • Some reviewers report it tastes similar to sparkling grape juice.

Leitz Eins Zwei Zero Sparkling Riesling


Photo credit: First Bottle Wines

Tart green apples and ripe white peaches with bubbles? Yes, please. A sparkling NA alternative for the Riesling drinkers among us. 

Pros for Leitz Eins Zwei Zero Sparkling Riesling:

  • Great NA substitute for a medium to dry Riesling.
  • Not overly sweet. 

Cons for Leitz Eins Zwei Zero Sparkling Riesling:

  • Not as complex as some NA wines.
  • One review reports it was flat upon delivery.

Élivo Zero Zero Deluxe Sparkling Non-Alcoholic Sparkling White


Hints of berries and spice aromas will have you reaching for another glass of Zero Zero. That’s right, that name means zero alcohol, too.

Pros of Zero Zero:

  • Pleasant taste and bubbles.
  • A great substitute for Prosecco.

Cons of Zero Zero:

  • Complaints from reviewers about the acidic taste.
  • Reviewer mentions a light taste and not enough bubbles.

Refreshing, non-alcoholic bubbly.

Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or just want a little fizz, Surely is here with the bubbles you crave in a non-alcoholic sparkling rosé and sparkling white wine.Our sparkling white is also available in cans, making those summertime gatherings that much more convenient. Taste the difference in our alcohol-removed wines that don’t compromise on taste. 

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