| Victoria Banaszak

Women taking the Non-Alcoholic Wine industry by storm, says Tasting Table

There are times when all we want is to socialise with friends with drinks flowing late into the night, without the consequences that alcohol can sometimes cause. With Thomson & Scott Noughty Alcohol-free wines, you can do exactly that. In the world of zero percent wine, “Noughty”, a woman-built brand, is setting new standards. The Thomson & Scott nonalcoholic wines are tasty, vegan and halal certified, and made with organic grapes. 

These alcohol-free champagne and fine wine alternatives have been gently dealcoholised to retain the rich flavour of their beautifully crafted bottles, and are also safe for pregnant and breastfeeding women.  The Thomson & Scott Noughty wine range is halal-certified and contains less sugar and calories than most of its alcoholic counterparts as well as other alcohol-free wines. At just 14 calories per 100ml of Noughty Sparkling Chardonnay, and 18 calories per 100ml of Noughty Sparkling Rosé, this taste sensation is worth a small sin.    

Since alcohol is separated after fermentation, Noughty wines really do taste like… well, wine! "Most of us will have had standard-strength sparkling wine that isn't half as good as this," write the reviewers at Alcohol Change. We think that speaks for itself. Some non-alcoholic wines retail for much higher, but you can pick up a bottle of Noughty for under CHF 20 here in Switzerland.