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Our pursuit to craft an exceptional non-alcoholic wine has not gone unnoticed! While we are incredibly proud of our wine, it is what others are saying that truly encapsulates the harmony of Hand on Heart.
Mother’s Day Gift Guide: The Best Zero-Proof Wines
I was despairing ever finding zero proof still wine that tastes like wine, but lately there’s been a couple of delicious entries. This Cabernet Sauvignon, developed by Miller Family Wine Co. in partnership with celebrity chef Cat Cora, heads the pack.
Iron Chef Cat Cora Debuts Hand On Heart Non-alcoholic Wines
California’s Miller Family Wine Co. is debuting Hand on Heart, a collection of premium non-alcoholic wines developed in collaboration with Iron Chef Cat Cora. Hand on Heart includes a Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Rosé, and the wines are lower in sugar, calories, and carbs than most other zero- and low-alcohol beverages.
Miller Family Wines Banks on Non-Alcoholic Wine Sector
Californian family-run winery Miller Family Wines entered the 0% ABV premium wine market earlier this year. The Hand on Heart collection of three wines launched to tie in with Dry January, a public health campaign urging consumers to forgo alcohol during the month of January.
Why Alcohol-Free Wine Deserves Your Attention
As the name suggests, this is legit wine with the alcohol removed. When it’s well-made, it tastes just like traditional wine. So, I got five experts in the space to explain it.
Miller Family Wines, Celebrity Chef Cat Cora Team Up on Nonalcoholic Wines
With Iron Chef Cat Cora as a partner and celebrity endorser, the Miller Family Wine Company has joined the business of nonalcoholic wine, a hot-ticket item that’s for more than “Dry January.” The label, Hand on Heart, includes a chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon and a rosé. All were released early this year.
Zero-proof Wines are Finally Getting Good
As New Year’s wishes fade into echoes on social media, declarations of Dry January take their place. And on Jan. 3, Miller Family Wine Co., a leading producer in California’s Central Coast region who is best known for owning Bien Nacido Vineyards, unveiled a new line of dealcoholized wines called Hand on Heart.
Santa Barbara By The Glass: Sip Without The Buzz
One of Santa Barbara’s most prolific wine producers just expanded its impressive portfolio. Miller Family Wines Company, from high-end brands Bien Nacido to mainstream Butternut, premiered the Hand on Heart label earlier this month.
Get Down with Dry January, Santa Barbara-Style
Cat Cora, the celebrity chef and cofounder of Mesa Burger, teamed with the Miller Family Wine Company — which owns Bien Nacido Vineyard as well as such brands as J. Wilkes and Butternut — to create a zero-alc new wine brand called Hand on Heart.
Are There Any Good Non-Alcoholic Wines?
One of the fastest-growing segments in the wine market isn’t actually wine, at least, not technically. Sales of de-alcoholized wine, aka non-alcoholic wine, rose 43 percent in the first half of 2021, according to Nielsen, making it the second-fastest-growing category of wine last year.
These Companies Have Set Their Sights on This Year’s Dry January Crowd
Paso Robles-based Miller Family Wine Company is among the latest to announce its foray into connecting with the booze averse and sober curious, developing a new collection of non-alcoholic wines in collaboration with celebrity chef Cat Cora of Iron Chef Fame.
Santa Barbara Wine Industry Goes Alcohol-Free
Santa Barbara’s wines-with-no-alcohol trend continues with a brand-new partnership between celeb chef Cat Cora and Santa Barbara’s Miller family that will launch January 1. Hand on Heart features a rosé, chardonnay, and cabernet sauvignon — but no booze.
Cat Cora with Hand on Heart Non-alcoholic Wines
Miller Family Wine Company is pleased to announce its newest wine venture, Hand on Heart – a collection of premium, non-alcoholic wines developed in collaboration with Iron Chef Cat Cora. For the first time ever, Miller Family Wine Company is venturing into the non-alcoholic wine space with the launch of Hand on Heart, a new venture that puts quality and taste first and foremost.
The Best Gifts for People Who Want to Get Started Early on New Year’s Resolutions
It has never been better to do Dry January than now. The newest nonalcoholic wine comes from celebrity chef Cat Cora. Made in collaboration with the Miller Family Wine Co., the wines—including Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and rosé—are lower in sugar, calories, and carbs than most other zero- and low-alcohol beverages.
Hand on Heart 2020 Cabernet Sauvignon, California - 92 Points
Ribbons of freshly picked blueberries are just ripe to the taste. Semi-sweet dark chocolate chimes in, with a dry palate that matches a cooling acidity, verification that non-alc can be well balanced. There’s even a hint of earth and stoniness on the satisfying finish.
Hand on Heart 2020 Chardonnay, California - 92 Points
Even without alcohol, this expressive white indulges in a fruity and floral array of yellow apples, ripe melon, and a twist of lemon. Chamomile flowers perk up the mid-palate and honeyed Anjou pears highlight a clean finish.
Hand on Heart 2020 Rosé, California - 91 Points
A chorus of apricot and sweet root vegetables – carrots and yellow beets – lend a complex tone, along with a ray of sunshine to this crisp and refreshing non-alcohol pink sipper. Juicy and bright, with a fine acidity, it is primed for food pairing.