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Noughty Wines

It doesn't have to be alcohol to be rock 'n' roll.

Born in the UK

Created by Amanda Thomson in the United Kingdom.

Organic + Vegan

Noughty is committed to using only 100% organic grapes and never uses any animal by-products in the filtration process, meaning that all bottles are vegan friendly.

The Healthy Wine

Cut the unnecessary sugar – you’re sweet enough. With less than 6g of residual sugar per glass of wine, Noughty is practically sugar-free.

Halal Certified

Noughty is proud to offer halal certified products, allowing Muslim consumers to be confident that the products they use are in alignment with their culture and beliefs.

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Meet Amanda


    • Amanda Thomson has always been obsessed with fine Champagne. Driven by a determination to create the perfect one led her to Paris to study wine at Le Cordon Bleu. Realising that there wasn’t a top quality alcohol-free sparkling to match Champagne, Amanda saw the huge gap in the market for purity aligned with perfect taste.
       
      Noughty Sparkling was born out of a desire to push the drinks industry to be more accountable, both when it comes to ingredients and sugar as well as from a broader environmental perspective.
       
      Noughty brings the party without the alcohol!

Why alcohol free?


      • Because I wanted to create something where there was no alcohol at all in the bottle so no room for confusion – the meaning of “low” is still somewhat vague and I didn’t want to play in that space. Everyone can enjoy Noughty, whether driving, pregnant, sober or just because it’s delicious and you want some balance in your life.

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