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The 7 South Australian non-alcoholic wines and spirits you need to try

There’s a whole host of reasons you might not want to drink so we’ve collated 7 offerings from our great state that are big on flavour without the alcohol.

Here in South Australia we are blessed with a whole host of wineries, distilleries and breweries serving up some of the finest alcoholic drinks in the state.

But if you don’t drink, there’s still a whole host of varieties available to you.

No or low alcohol (NOLO) wines are increasing in popularity, so we’ve collected 7 offerings from our great state that are big on flavour without the alcohol (or with very low alcohol).

Sidewood Estate’s Nearly Naked Sparkling Wine

Sidewood Estate has released a brand new zero-alcohol sparkling wine, ‘Nearly Naked’.

This wine is the first 100% Adelaide Hills zero-alcohol sparkling wine, made from the largest sustainably certified winery in the Adelaide Hills. No or low alcohol (NOLO) wines are increasing in popularity and there currently are no super-premium products from made quality Adelaide Hills fruit available to consumers.

Read more here.

Cimicky Zero Non-Alcoholic Wines

These Cimicky Zero non-alcoholic red wine products have the flavour of ultra premium shiraz wine without the alcohol. Mindfully made with premium South Australian grapes, they have blended century-old traditional winemaking techniques and the latest de-alcoholising technology to create Cimicky Zero.

Read more here.

POLKA Non-alcoholic wine and spirits

Polka sparkling is a purposeful selection of 11 white wine varietals from the Riverland and the wild native Lilly Pilly. The astringent notes of lilly pilly allow for a dry, full flavoured de-Alc sparkling that pairs with seafood and opens the mind to modern de-alc wine making. Their botanical spirit is a lovely vegan, sugar-free blend of pink grapefruit, juniper and finger lime.

Find out more here.

Barossa Wine Cartel’s No No Rosé

Barossa Wine Cartel’s first attempt at a non-alcoholic drink under the BWC label, perfect for those looking for an alternative to wine. This Rosé is made out of old vine, dry grown Riesling from Greenock and Chardonnay from Marananga. Smells like strawberries, raspberries, cherries, watermelon and red apples.

While not totally non-alcoholic, the alcohol content is less than 0.5%.

Read more here.

Langhorne Creek – Next Destination Blanc de Blanc 2021

South Australia’s Fleurieu Peninsula is home to the Langhorne Creek chardonnay grapes that go into this 2021 vineyard vintage bottle of Blanc de Blanc. With a crisp apple flavour, it screams class and decadance. It’s perfect for a celebration where you want something to sip from a flute, all the while keeping your wits about you.

To check out Next Destination Wines and get your hands around the neck of this non-alcoholic bottle, visit the website here.

Hardys Wines – 0 Zero Shiraz

If you’re considering drying out a bit, but not sure how you’re going to manage without the after-work wine, then listen up. Hardys, one of Australia’s oldest and most iconic wineries, heralds its zero-alcohol wine range Hardys ZERO which includes a Shiraz, Chardonnay and Sparkling.

Still boasting Hardys hallmark quality, the Hardys ZERO range is crafted using state-of-the-art technology that gently de-alcoholises the wine at a cooler temperature while retaining natural flavours and body, without compromising on taste.

Read more here.

Twenty Third Street Non-alcoholic G&T

Now, there’s a new non-alcoholic option on the market with the launch of Twenty Third Street Distillery’s non-alcoholic Signature G&T.

Available in a convenient 300mL can, this sugar and alcohol-free beverage maintains all the authenticity of the Twenty Third Street Distillery gin and tonic you love, simply without the alcohol.

Read more here.

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