Seattle Times Article: Seattle is courting a growing sober-curious crowd with nonalcoholic wines and booze
Jessica Selander is used to changing people’s minds about nonalcoholic wine. It took years of careful research and development to launch her nonalcoholic wine company Jøyus.Read more
Sip Magazine: Jøyus N/A Wine Lets You Be You
What if you’re no longer a drinker? How can you fit in amongst wine sippers? Enter: the sober- and woman-owned wine company, Jøyus. For $24.99 wine lovers can get everything they’ve always wanted from the beverage, besides the alcoholic buzz.Read more
KING5 Evening News: This award-winning non-alcoholic wine is bringing joy to sobriety
Jessica Selander has been sober for more than fifteen years — and in those fifteen years, she's discovered something about the choices of non-alcoholic drinks.Read more
The only non-alcoholic wine on the market to win GOLD in an industry wine competition.
Time to celebrate! In one of the world’s oldest and largest blind wine tastings, Seattle-based non-alcoholic winery Jøyus took home two coveted awards.Read more
Seattle Refined Article: Sober Curious? WA native's non-alcoholic wine tastes like the real thing
You’ve probably heard of the term “sober curious” by now.
Coined by journalist, author, and sober warrior Ruby Warrington, the “Sober Curious” movement has swept the nation, making women and men alike take a closer look at their relationship to alcohol.