Navarro Vineyards' Ted Bennett and Deborah Cahn began making grape juices for their children over 30 years ago at their Philo, California, winery, and earned a following among visiting kids, designated drivers, adults abstaining from alcohol, and restaurants like Chez Panisse. Made from quickly pressed, chilled, and filtered Gewürztraminer, Pinot Noir, and Chardonnay grapes, the juices are prevented from fermenting and have no trace of alcohol.
In addition to the drinking juices, Navarro makes an outstanding verjus from unripe grapes. With its tart, green apple flavor, Verjus is typically used in cooking, but it can also be mixed with sparkling water to make a refreshing "vintner's lemonade."
Buy it: Non-Alcoholic Beverages, $11 at Navarro Vineyards
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