From Best to Brutish: 8 Nonalcoholic Champagnes

Read the full article by Monica Petrucci at USA Today | Reviewed here: LINK

There are plenty of occasions that call for popping open a bottle of bubbly, like New Year's Eve parties, wedding anniversaries, and work promotions. (Or, if you're feeling fancy, a regular Tuesday night.) But not every occasion calls for alcohol, per se.

Whether you're partaking in dry January, hosting a pregnant loved one, or just taking a healthy break from booze, some events call for alcohol-free champagne alternatives.

The syrupy sparkling ciders of our childhoods can work in a pinch, but what if we told you your zero-proof alternative could actually taste like sparkling wine?

Crisp, dry, and bubbly enough to pop a cork, these booze-free options are worthy of your New Year's party (and some guests might not even notice).

We had dozens of Reviewed staffers taste and rank seven different brands of popular nonalcoholic sparkling wine to see which came out on top.


A glass of Jøyus Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Rosé

Jøyus Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Rosé
When the craving for bubbles also calls for something pink, Joyus Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Rose is a no-brainer. This award-winning wine is made by dealcoholizing traditional wine, and the flavor profile is dry and crisp, with notes of citrus and blackberries. In other words, it tastes just like a real sparkling rosé, but without the booze. Perfect for ladies' night in or a daytime drink in the sun.


Read the full article by Monica Petrucci at USA Today | Reviewed here: LINK