Best Non-Alcoholic Chardonnays To Sip in Summer 2023 - Boisson

Best Non-Alcoholic Chardonnays To Sip in Summer 2023

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When summer arrives, the mere mention of wine conjures up images of clinking glasses, vibrant vineyards, and chilled bottles enjoyed under the sun's warm embrace. Wine enthusiasts seek out new varieties and flavors to enhance their seasonal gatherings, and in an age where health-conscious choices are embraced, non-alcoholic Chardonnay checks all the boxes. Traditionally associated with opulent oak and buttery richness, Chardonnay reimagined in its dealcoholized form, creates an exciting new category of wine suitable for all palates.

Its golden hue sparkles in the glass, reflecting the sunlight that once kissed the vineyard. Aromas of fresh apple, pear, and a hint of citrus entice the senses, while the palate is caressed by layers of creamy vanilla, toasted almond, and a subtle minerality that lingers long after each sip. With its variety of grapes, non-alcoholic Chardonnay shines as a versatile companion for summer meals. Its vibrant acidity cuts through the richness of grilled seafood, making it an ideal partner for lobster rolls or zesty shrimp ceviche. When paired with a light summer salad adorned with fresh greens and creamy goat cheese, its crispness highlights the harmonious flavors of the dish, creating a symphony of taste on the palate.

The appeal of non-alcoholic Chardonnay stretches far beyond the teetotaler demographic. It has found a place on the tables of those who appreciate the complexities of wine but are mindful of their alcohol intake. From pregnant women to designated drivers, abstainers, and those simply curious to explore new gustatory realms, this exquisite alternative offers a captivating experience that transcends the boundaries of conventional wine appreciation and exemplifies a new wave of mindful imbibing. It provides a sanctuary from the potential impacts of alcohol, while still encapsulating the delight and elegance that have become synonymous with wine culture. With that in mind, we present our carefully curated selection of guilt-free Chardonnay options for your summer sipping pleasure.


Our top NA Chardonnay picks


Thomson & Scott — Noughty Alcohol-Free Sparkling Chardonnay


Made with a spirit of transparency and playfulness, Thomson & Scott’s Noughty wines are organic, sustainably sourced, and free of unnecessary fillers. The Noughty Alcohol-Free Sparkling Chardonnay is an elegant ode to the iconic variety of white wine. Organic grapes from sandy, calcareous vineyards in southern Spain are fermented in stainless steel before being dealcoholized through vacuum distillation. Aromas are recovered to maintain a classic Chardonnay-like richness with a chalk finish. Lightly carbonated and beautifully bottled, the final product is an irresistible household favorite. With 0.0% ABV, this wine is perfect for pairing alongside hors d'oeuvres and mild, buttery dishes.


Hand on Heart –– Non-Alcoholic Chardonnay

A beautiful expression of a true California Chardonnay, this wine opens with distinct aromas of freshly buttered popcorn and bright, tropical fruit flavors. Layers of mango, peach, nectarine and ripe golden apple fill the palate, revealing delicate notes of toasted almond and sweet spices. This rich and buttery non-alcoholic wine pairs beautifully with seafood and light dishes, offering the perfect refreshing addition to a delicious, healthy meal. Sunflower seed and toasted pecans come in for a savory finish.


Leitz –– Eins Zwei Chardonnay 

Known for being one of the finest wine producers in the country, Weinguit Eins Leitz has made it his life’s work to bring the magic of Germany’s vineyards to the rest of the world. The Eins Zwei Zero Chardonnay hails from the Pfalz region of Germany, where a relatively warm, dry climate makes for rich, full-bodied wines. Chardonnay grapes are grown, harvested, and fermented before undergoing delicate vacuum distillation to remove alcohol and preserve classic wine-like characteristics. Vinous qualities are delicately upheld in a clean, fruit-forward palate and gentle acidity, while golden hue accompanies a dry palate with fresh fruit and clean citrus at the forefront. Expect a pleasantly long aftertaste making it perfect to pair with fresh, buttery seafood in the summertime.

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