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You Won't Even Miss The Booze In These 17 Bottles Of Non-Alcoholic Wine

Esquire Logo By Abigail Abesamis Demarest, Katie Bourque, Kristin Salaky of Esquire | Slide 1 of 18: Whether it's for health-related reasons or otherwise, giving up alcohol doesn’t mean you can't enjoy a glass of (non-alcoholic) wine every now and again. Forget sugary-sweet, non-alcoholic knock-offs that resemble doctored grape juice. The zero-proof wine market has come a long way in just a few years, and it's now ripe with interesting, complex-flavored options that promise to intrigue your palate just as much as their alcoholic counterparts. Many of these crisp, light whites and bold, deep reds deliver flavor and aromatic notes just like any other glass of wine—except they do not contain alcohol. While you're shopping, make sure to check out the best stemless wine glasses, best foil cutters, and the best electric wine bottle openers.

Whether it's for health-related reasons or otherwise, giving up alcohol doesn’t mean you can't enjoy a glass of (non-alcoholic) wine every now and again. Forget sugary-sweet, non-alcoholic knock-offs that resemble doctored grape juice. The zero-proof wine market has come a long way in just a few years, and it's now ripe with interesting, complex-flavored options that promise to intrigue your palate just as much as their alcoholic counterparts.

Many of these crisp, light whites and bold, deep reds deliver flavor and aromatic notes just like any other glass of wine—except they do not contain alcohol. While you're shopping, make sure to check out the best stemless wine glasses, best foil cutters, and the best electric wine bottle openers.

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