Non alcoholic champagne, where the classy world of bubbles meet the bliss of no hangover. As an enthusiast of all things food and beverage, I’ve ventured into the realm of bubbly beverages that sparkle without the spirits.
Join me in the journey of uncorking the secrets to non alcoholic champagne. Exploring the origins, different varieties, and how to use it in delicious mocktail recipes.
I’ve been crafting creative mocktail recipes for years so it’s safe to say I know a thing or two about the best virgin drinks. From a classic ginger beer mocktail to candy cane Christmas mocktails, you can trust me and my drink recipes!
For whatever reason you choose not to drink, you don’t have to miss out on happy hours, weddings, or other fun events. There’s an added bonus of indulging in a sweet drink while avoiding the negative effects of alcohol.
In this post we’ll dive into the best sparkling wine alternative as well as some different ways to use non-alcoholic champagne.
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What is true champagne?
Authentic champagne comes from the champagne region south of France. The title “champagne” is strictly reserved for sparking wine produced in that specific region. But, you can enjoy the bubbly goodness of non-alcoholic wine options without being tied down to a specific place.
What is non-alcoholic champagne?
Alcohol free champagne is made using a process where the alcohol is gently, and slowly, removed from traditional wine. The reverse osmosis process allows the same great taste and flavors of traditional sparkling wine to stay in tact while being booze-free.
Whether you’re an expecting mother, participating in dry January, or simply choose to partake in an alcohol free lifestyle, you don’t have to miss out on fun, spirit lifting drinks. Spirit free drinks are perfect choice for you and are great for any special occasion or special event.
What are the best non-alcoholic champagnes?
The Eins Wei zero sparkling reisling and rose are my favorite kind of wine alternatives but there are so many great options out there. Some renowned brands of alcohol-free wines are Pierre Chavin, Ariel, Tost, Noughty, Chateau De Fleur, Princess, Giesen and Fre, each offers a unique flavor profile of the na wines.
Just be aware that some are not fully 0.0 proof but rather less than .05% by volume. Whether you like a crisp flavor, dry, sweet, or fruity, there is an option for you.
Can alcohol-free champagne be used in cooking or baking?
Yes, alcoholic sparkling wine can be used to infuse a number of recipes with unique flavors. Try using it sauces, desserts, or use it to poach fruits without the alcohol content. It’s truly a versatile ingredient that can be used to enhance both sweet and savory dishes.
If you know me, you know I love making a good mocktail. There’s something so fun about crafting creative, and delicious drinks, that those of all ages can enjoy. A fun experience, without the negative hangover experience. These are a few of my favorite mocktail recipes that call for alcohol-free sparklers…
- You can never go wrong with a virgin mimosa on a Sunday brunch or baby shower.
- This non-alcoholic Prosecco drink with pomegranate makes a great option during christmas season.
- Another holiday favorite is this cranberry mocktail.
- This non-alcoholic white sangria is perfect if you like alcohol-removed wine but not the bubbles.
- Although this fresh raspberry mocktail doesn’t call for champagne, it is a favorite non-alcoholic beverage.