The zero-alcohol wine is made in France using organic grapes.
Opia Sparkling Chardonnay, an alcohol-free wine, has launched in the U.S., via importer Origins Organics. The wine ($15 a 750-ml.) is made from grapes grown in the southwest of France, does not contain preservatives or sulfites, and is not fermented. Opia Sparkling is now available in California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Oregon, and Vermont. For more information, visit Opia-organic.com.