Alcohol-Free Drinks Review – Tempus Two Zero Alcohol Wine

The growth in the alcohol-free drinks market is a real boon for people who want to cut back on how much they drink and those who choose not to drink. *

Finding good, alcohol-free options has been one of the many tools that has helped me embrace and love a life without booze.

This week I’m reviewing the range of alcohol-free wines from Australian wine maker Tempus Two who have five zero alcohol options available:

  • Pinot Grigio
  • Spritz Rosé
  • Red Blend
  • Prosecco
  • Moscato

They are all good but my favourites are the Pinot Grigio, Prosecco and Rosé.

Pinot Grigio

I used to be a white wine lover (in fact I loved it too much!) so I’m always keen to try new alcohol-free whites.

It can be difficult to find an alcohol-free white wine that replicates the alcohol version, but the Tempus Two Pinot Grigio is a good substitute.

It is crisp, has a little bit of tartness (in a good way) and is low-cal – 36 cals per serve!


This alcohol-free Prosecco is a nice, light option that is a perfect summer drink.

I recently took it to a lunch and a couple of women (both of whom are drinkers) tried it and were pleasantly surprised.

People are often amazed when they try an alcohol-free wine that doesn’t taste like vinegar or apple juice.

That’s probably because there are a lot of AF wines that leave a bad taste in the mouth. This one doesn’t!

Spritz Rosé

This is another great option for summer.

It has a slight sweetness to it (although not overly sweet) and is a lovely, light drink.

If you’re a Rosé drinker, this is definitely worth a try.

Tempus Two Zero

While I received complimentary bottles of Tempus Two Zero wines, my review is my honest opinion of this range.

I will definitely be buying more of the Pinot Grigio, Prosecco and Rosé, especially with all the summer social events coming up.

To view the full range, visit the Tempus Two website.

Important note about alcohol-free drinks

* While alcohol-free drinks can be a good option for people who are cutting back, taking a break or who don’t drink, they are not for everyone.

Some people find alcohol-free versions of wine, beers and spirits triggering so, if that’s the case for you, it is safer to choose something that doesn’t replicate an alcoholic drink.

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