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. Lightly carbonated and beautifully bottled, the final product is an irresistible household favorite. Perfect for pairing alongside hors d'oeuvres and mild, buttery dishes.
Serving Size: 148ml
Calories : 21
Alcohol by Volume:
As though alcohol never existed
Consumers are drinking less alcohol and are looking for delicious lower sugar organic options without compromising on flavour or style.
No animal by-products
Thomson & Scot never use any animal by-products in the filtration process, meaning that all our bottles are vegan friendly. Even if you’re not vegan, you can rest assured that there are no crustaceans, egg or fish used at any point during production.
Cut unnecessary sugar – you’re sweet enough
Thomson & Scott avoid adding unnecessary sugar to the production process. This means that if you are conscious of your sugar intake, you'll know exactly how much sugar each one of these low-sugar bottles contains.
Considering culture and beliefs
Offering halal certified products allows Muslim consumers to be confident that the products they use are in alignment with their culture and beliefs. Thomson & Scott are proud to be certified and mark this on all bottles.
Profit with purpose
Thomson & Scott are B Corp certified because they believe in the importance of sustainability – making sure that from the moment the grapes leave the vineyards, every step is as environmentally conscious as possible. They believe in profit with purpose and are proud to be one of a handful of companies worldwide that has been granted B Corp status.