The quality of craft beers is already setting a high standard. In terms of taste and price. But the wines are catching up although it is not easy for wine without alcohol to reach a sufficient or even high quality.
Much wines failed the standards we set at our tasting. We couldn’t even use them for cooking. Others were passable and only a few were good to excellent.
Conclusion: a good non-alcoholic wine is currently extremely rare and certainly not inexpensive. For a comparable quality, the alcoholfree wine is around three times the price. But non-alcoholic sparkling wine (a “foaming beverage made from non-alcoholic wine”, as it should be called correctly by the law), the odds are really good to get high quality. Maybe that’s why we particularly liked to let the champagne corks pop together with our wines.