Celebrated on May 25th, National Wine Day celebrates that ancient elixir going back 8000 years!
The first documented evidence of wine comes from the ancient tribes of Jiahu in the Yellow River Valley of China around 7000 BC. The earliest known traces of wine are from Georgia (c. 6000 BCE), Iran (Persia) (c. 5000 BCE), Armenia (c. 4100 BCE), and Sicily (c. 4000 BCE). Wine reached the Balkans by 4500 BC and was consumed and celebrated in ancient Greece, Thrace and Rome.
Wine has played a major role in society for centuries. It has been used in religious ceremonies, as a medicine, and as a way to celebrate special occasions. Today, wine is enjoyed all over the world and is produced in many different countries.
For many sober or sober curious people, National Wine Day can be a day where they feel left out. But that doesn’t have to be the case! Jøyus has 4 varieties of non alcoholic wine that are perfect for any occasion.
At Jøyus, we believe that everyone should be able to enjoy a glass of wine without compromising their health or lifestyle. That’s why we’ve created non-alcoholic wines that taste like wine and has all the benefits of wine without the alcohol. Our wine is made using the latest technology to gently remove the alcohol without compromising quality or taste. We’ve won several awards for our wine, including double gold, gold, silver and bronze medals in the country’s oldest and largest blind wine tasting.
Raise a glass to what is now one of our favorite holidays!