Celebrity eatery launches Alcohol-Free wine list
by Christine Humphreys
Published: January 22, 2024
A top London restaurant favoured by the rich and famous has launched an alcohol-free wine list - and you can buy some of them at
The Alcohol-Free Shop
Expert sommeliers at the London Ivy restaurant have selected 10 de-alcoholised wines they believe will hit the spot with the capital’s glitterati.
The list includes a red, white and rose from Hand on Heart, the Italian Casa Emma Zeero Chiantis and Australian blanc de blancs V.No which are available from The Alcohol-Free Shop.
These will be served at six venues in the Ivy Collection restaurants across London including Soho, Canary Wharf, Chelsea and Kensington.
The establishment’s first Alcohol-Free Fine Wine list was revealed in the trade publication The Drinks Business.
No-alcohol wines were put to the test by the publication’s own panel of expert judges in December for their Wine Master’s awards.
Several gold, silver and bronze medallists in the category are part of the range you can choose from at The Alcohol-Free Shop.
These include sparkling and still red and white wines from OddBird and a few brands from Australian Vintage winery including McGuigan, Not Guilty and Tempus Two.
The Zeno range of sparkling, white and red wines were among the award winners alongside bubblies from Nozeco, Vallformosa and Kylie Minogue.
Meanwhile the Wednesday’s brand from La Mancha in Spain won bronze for both their red and white wines.
You’ll find all these and more in our online shop at
About The Author
Chris Humphreys is the co-founder of The Alcohol-Free Shop and AlcoholFree.com. She was a journalist for more years than she cares to remember. Ex-wife of an alcoholic, enthusiastic amateur musician and a passionate dog lover.
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