See SA OC 272.9
A. The din of chamar Medina (an other drink that is used instead wine(1) is only in place in which there is no wine, Magen Avraham sk 6.
B. Even in such a place, for the Kiddush of lel Shabbat, SA says in name of the Rosh, and the Rema holds this lahalacha, chamar Medina is not good. They must make Kiddush on the chalot.
(1). I need to explain this part of the answer. Wine has a special place. It is a drink for which the fruit is cultivated. Grappe so presenr in agriculture because of the wine. Moreover wine is the most appreciated drink in regions in which there is wine. But there are other regional famous drinks that concurrencie the wine. The Halacha calls them chamar Medina. They have a special halachic status in regions that don't product wine. But not in other regions. In a some region they don't product wine (may be that this definition is not sufficient today because wine is largely imported in many regions that don't product wine), they make wine with apple, cider, this is an example of Chamar Medina. Some fruits were cultivated for they juice. E.g. oranges main product in Israel was juice, but wine only is משביע ומשמח.