The Best NonAlcoholic Rosé Wines - Revised for 2023

The Best NonAlcoholic Rosé Wines - Revised for 2023

As we step into a new year, we couldn't resist revisiting the bottles that tantalized our taste buds in 2022 and refresh our list for 2023! We loved that we could sip on non-alcoholic rosé with freedom to enjoy its refreshing flavors without the lingering effects of alcohol throughout the year. And let's be honest, we love a good rosé year round—not just in summer time!


Finding that perfect blend – one that captures the essence of the real deal without tasting like mere fruit juice – can be challenging! Fear not, we've done the research for you. We've carefully curated a list of the best non-alcoholic rosé wines, rigorously tested and thoroughly enjoyed, to ensure your year-round sipping is nothing short of sensational.

For 2023, we've updated our rankings so that you can make the best choice for your budget. This year, we based our rankings on taste, quality, packaging, price, and community feedback. 

You'll notice some changes in the rankings and that some products completely fell off our list. For example, Studio Null no longer has a rosé option to pick from and we had to bring on some new products. With only 11 coveted spots, it was a tough call.

So Join us in this tantalizing journey through 2023's top picks and discover your new favorite way to elevate your moments, no matter the season. Cheers to the best nonalcoholic Rosés on the market today! 🌸🍷 #NonAlcoholicRosé #YearRoundIndulgence #ToastToElegance 


What is nonalcoholic Rosé wine?

The history of rosé wine is a journey that spans millennia, tracing its roots back to Ancient Greece. Winemakers of old would craft this pink delight by blending white and red grapes and then diluting the result into a crisp and revitalizing libation. Fast forward through the ages, and you'll find glasses of chilled rosé being raised in joyous toasts across the South of France – a beverage to accompany a wide range of occasions, from intimate dinners to grand celebrations.

Awareness of the long-term impact of alcohol on health is on the rise. More and more people are turning to non-alcoholic alternatives. These choices not only offer a burst of flavor and effervescence with each sip but also allow individuals to partake in social events, gatherings, and special moments without the need for alcohol.


Best Non-Alcoholic Rosé Wine


1. Giesen Rosé (Best Seller)

Made from New Zealand grapes, Giesen Rosé is alcohol-free, thanks to the gentle removal process. This non-alcoholic rosé wine is made using the trusted traditional winemaking process, guaranteeing an authentic feel and flavor profile.

Rosé lovers will appreciate the crisp fruit flavors, including white peach, strawberry, and apple, in this refreshing alcohol-free wine. It’s best served chilled to enjoy on a warm summer evening. 

Every bottle of this non-alcoholic rosé wine contains 80% fewer calories than traditional rosé, making it an excellent choice for the health-conscious rosé drinker.  



2. Surely Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Rosé (Runner Up)

Described as a sophisticated non-alcoholic beverage for adults, Surely non-alcoholic sparkling rosé has all the components of a natural rosé. Even the most educated sommelier will appreciate the light notes contained in this alcohol-free sparkling wine. 

This sparkling rosé is on the dryer side with crisp flavors of pear, tropical fruits, and strawberry. With well-balanced acidity, it pairs exceptionally well with sushi, smoked fish, and a tasty slice of cheesecake, making it perfect for virtually any occasion. 

 Plus, they have cans, which make it easy to bring on a picnic or to the movies!



3. Joyus Rosé 

Available in alcohol-free sparkling and still, we guarantee you’ll find joy in Joyus Rosé wines. This award-winning non-alcoholic rosé wine has won multiple blind taste tests with its fruity and crisp flavors. 

When you take a sip of Joyus rosé wines, you’ll get tasting notes of watermelon, ripe peaches, and fresh herbs. Traditionally produced, the alcohol is gently removed before bottling for an alcohol-free experience. 

Joyus Rosé contains elevated minerality and a less pronounced yeast flavor, a common trait in Champagne wines.

If you're curious about our Ultimate NA wine guide, start with understanding what's the best temperature to serve your non-alcoholic wine?



4. De Soi Très Rosé by Katy Perry

Haters gonna hate, but Katy Perry's products are actually pretty darn delicious—especially the De Soi Très Rosé. She partnered with master distiller Morgan McLachlan, who founded Amass, to create this line of nonalcoholic products. Amass was already known for their Riverine, a nonalcoholic gin, so you know this has got to be good too. 

What I like about De Soi products is that they're packed with adaptogens so you can enjoy the ritual of sparkling brut rosé to relax. Their other products are pretty bitter, but this one is designed to be more approachable with notes of bright red fruits, subtle florals, and luxurious saffron. Katy Perry herself says she tastes notes of "a tart raspberry or a lychee." So while this is not a de-alcoholized wine, it can sub in as an enjoyable alternative. 



5. Senorio De La Tautila Rosé

Described as crisp and dry with a finished balance, Senorio De La Tautila rosé alcohol-free wine is a popular choice among rosé lovers. With mild tannins and a dry finish, it’s perfect for pairing with cheeseboards or chicken dishes. 

Produced from 100% Spanish tempranillo grapes, this rosé has a strawberry base but is well-rounded with peach and a sharp tang of grapefruit. When held up to the nose for a sniff, you’ll notice hints of citrus lemon. 




6. Noughty Sparkling Wine

Thompson and Scott Noughty truly perfected their vision of a non-alcoholic rosé wine with their Noughty Sparkling Rosé Wine. Produced from Tempranillo grapes from Spain, this medium-dry alcohol-free rosé is low in sugar and boasts an irresistible bubbly experience with each sip. 

Well balanced with sweetness and acidity, you’ll taste hints of fresh berries, such as strawberry and raspberry. It’s the perfect beverage to enjoy with brunch without ruining the rest of your day. 

Noughty alcohol-free rosé sparkling wine is truly a Drycraft favorite




7. Prima Pavé Alcohol-Free Sparkling Rosés (Luxury Pick)

Made from authentic Italian grapes, wine lovers can enjoy two alcohol-removed sparkling rosés from Prima Pavé: dolce and brut.

Prima Pavé Rosé Dolce is we found to be too sweet, but if you're looking for a dessert wine, this could be the pick for you. We much preferred the Prima Pavé Rosé Brut  for everyday sipping because it has a more intense dryness, similar to Champagne. The flavor profile includes hints of delicate berries such as red currant, lychee, and raspberry, though they are less pronounced. It pairs perfectly with savory dishes, such as Margherita pizza and salmon. 





8. Leitz Eins Zwei Zero Sparkling Rosé

Veering away from more traditional rosés, Leitz Eins Zwei Zero Sparkling Rosé is made from 100% pinot noir grapes in Germany. This wine is light and refreshing with lean minerality, a zingy style, and good acidity.

You’ll notice red fruit flavors, including strawberry, red apple, and even hints of clementine. There is a perfect balance of tiny, consistent bubbles; it is best served chilled to be sipped on its own or paired with a meal. 

Leitz Eins Zwei Zero Sparkling Rosé makes it hard to tell the difference between traditional and non-alcoholic rosé wine, thanks to its pronounced yeast flavor. It’s also great to use as a float in cocktails, creating plenty of opportunities for use in your bar cart.




9. Sovi Sparkling Rosé

Made from 100% tempranillo grapes in California, Sovi sparkling rosé is a tasty, refreshing, non-alcoholic wine perfect for summer barbecues, concerts, or picnics. Packaged in cans, you’ll actually get to enjoy a one-and-a-half glass serving with each can. 

Bright and bubbling, this dry rosé has fruity hints of strawberry, watermelon, Rainer cherries, grapefruit, and rhubarb, making it perfect for enjoying on its own or with a meal. 

Sovi sparkling rosé is traditionally produced and goes through an alcohol removal process. You’ll experience a sustainable and vegan non-alcoholic rosé wine with no added sugars or flavors.  


If you're ready to take your non-alcoholic wine game to the next level, check out our favorite wine chiller buckets, so you always have the perfect sip.



10. Lautus Rosé

Lautus Rosé is a non-alcoholic wine made from a blend of red and white grapes. The wine has a beautiful pink color and a pleasant aroma of strawberries and raspberries. On the palate, the wine is slightly sweet with a well-balanced level of acidity that keeps it from feeling too heavy. The wine has a refreshing texture with a light body and a nice level of carbonation. Overall, Lautus Rosé is a great option for anyone looking for a non-alcoholic alternative to traditional rosé wine that delivers a fruity, well-balanced flavor profile.


After you've collected the bottles you want, make sure they're always ready to go in our favorite beer and wine fridges. You never know when you will have company! 



10. Tost

This non-alcoholic champagne substitute is crafted from a delicate blend of red and white grapes, a fusion that paints it with a captivating pink hue. As you uncork the bottle, the air fills with a delightful symphony of strawberries and raspberries, a sensory prelude to the exquisite experience that awaits. Upon the first sip, TÖST Rose reveals its personality—a gentle sweetness harmoniously paired with the crisp cadence of acidity. It dances lightly on the palate, never overwhelming, maintaining a refreshing buoyancy.

Yet, what truly sets TÖST Rose apart is its effervescence—a lively effusion of tiny bubbles that enhances each sip. This effervescence elevates the experience, making it feel like a true celebration, even when no alcohol is involved.

For a party, you can also get a pack of 16 individual sized bottles for your next BBQ. 



11. Château del ISH, Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Rosé

Not to judge a book by its cover, but we didn't think this was going to be great until we tasted it! With grapes from Germany's Rheingau region, Château del ISH Sparkling Rosé wine is produced with a meticulous low-temperature dealcoholization process. It's a unique blend of cool climate Merlot and velvety Pinot Noir, creating a dry, fruit-forward palate with delightful bubbles

This pastel pink beauty offers notes of tart plum, strawberry, raspberry, and a hint of toast, all in a medium-bodied, refreshingly dry package. These flavors make it perfect for pairing with salads, sushi, soft cheese, or creamy risotto.


Where to Buy Non-Alcoholic Rosé Wine

You don’t need to succumb to the effects of alcohol to enjoy a perfectly crafted and refreshing rosé wine. As you’ve learned, plenty of non-alcoholic rosé wines offer the same great profiles as traditionally-made wines without taking over your day or your health. 

Find your new favorite non-alcoholic rosé wine at Drycraft when you browse our collection of the best Non-Alcoholic Rosés. Order your favorite non-alcoholic rosé wine today!


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