Not all wine is vegan wine because beyond grapes, producers may use fining agents to accelerate the ageing process, which in turn is done to reduce molecules such as proteins and tannins to create a clear, bright wine. Traditional, commonly-used fining agents come from animals, such as casein (milk) and albumin (eggs). Vegan wines use clay or charcoal based fining agents, or are made traditionally by using no fining agents. Non fined wines are often labelled, but the fining agents used in fine wines are sometimes unstated, however you can forego uncertainty by choosing one of our these wines, which are vigorously checked to be vegan friendly wines.
Loire sauvignons compliment fish and seafood dishes brilliantly, offering a generally fresher, more elegant and dare I say >
"The 2019 Domaine de Mourchon Séguret Tradition Côtes du Rhône Villages is a seriously grown-up red from one of the Rhône >
Lifted aromas of blackberry, red fruits and a sweet spice on the nose, from the period of maturation in French oak barrels. >
Michel Guilleminot's brut enjoys an enviable reputation for sheer value for money and consistency. "Récoltant-Manipulant" >
The Hope Sauvignon Blanc is a class apart - from a single vineyard of impeccable pedigree, this has real presence, and exceptional >
"This very limited cuvée comes from old vines near the village of Seguret, where the winery is located. It is an >
This is an expressive, forward style of albariño, shining with ripe citrus fruit and tangy green apple flavours. Classic >