While zero-proof spirits and aperitifs soared from the get-go, alcohol-free wine has taken a bit longer to catch up.
That’s because many of the wines in this category lack the body and aroma of traditional wine, resulting in a drink that tastes much like grape juice.
But there are plenty of stand-out options and thanks to a few highly curated shops like NYC’s Boisson, you can save yourself the guesswork.
It’s important to distinguish between non-alcoholic wines and de-alcoholized, or alcohol-removed, wines, which taste closer to the real deal.
So if you’re pregnant, it’s best to consult your physician.
Many alcohol-removed wines will still have a tiny amount of alcohol left over, but usually no higher than 0.5 percent ABV.
with nutrition and ingredient labels.
When choosing an alcohol-removed wine, Bodkins recommends looking out for bottles that are FDA regulated,