Thomson & Scott Noughty Sparkling Chardonnay
Created by Amanda Thomson, who studied her craft in the Champagne region of France, this prestigious sparkling Chardonnay is one of the closest in taste, mouthfeel and aroma to an excellent French Champagne.
Made from Chardonnay grapes from sandy and Calcareous vineyards in southern Spain, this sparkling wine is pale in colour with an extra dry, crisp taste.
It is also Certified Organic, Certified Vegan, Certifed Halal and very low in sugar with only 2.9g of sugar per 100ml making it one of the healthiest non-alcoholic options in the world.
Thomson & Scott are passionate about crafting healthy alternatives to alcohol and have attracted global media attention, including the New York Times, for their efforts.
- 0.0% ABV
- 100% organic Chardonnay grapes
- Certified Organic
- Certified Vegan
- Certified Halal
- Low Sugar
Winemaking: Traditional winemaking in stainless steel vats for a further de-alcoholisation by vacuum distillation with aroma recovery. The wine is then lightly carbonated.
Information: Alcohol: 0.05% Vol. Residual Sugar: 2.9g/100ml Kcal: 14 /100ml
Certifications: Organic / Vegan / Halal
Elegant pale colour with a crisp and ripe apple scent accompanied by a touch of sweetness.
Great alternative to wine for aperitif and party nibbles, as well as with all manner of cuisine for those who choose not to drink alcohol.
Wow I had a team meeting this week and my team LOVE Taittenger, so we had a bottle of Noughty and one of Taiitenger and did an accidental blind tasting….guess who won, you did and now I need to order more Noughty as it’s the BEST!!!
While these are better than some alc free they are overpriced and not good enough taste to convert from water or juice.
Trying all zero alcohol wines as I have given up alcohol.
bubbles a little larger than a top quality champagne. Flavour is awesome. Buying 4 dozen for holidays.
Excellent non alcoholic drink enjoyable and taste very much like real bubbly.
Thanks for the quick delivery and easy to order from you guys .
Disappointing, particularly given the high volume of very good reviews. The wine is virtually not effervescent at all. I wouldn't describe it as dry, and it had a slightly sweet profile. For the price paid, I expected a higher quality drink. Other zero alcohol Prosecco's drink better at significantly lower prices.