The Vine's Vegan Case
100% Local and 100% Vegan wines. Zero compromise.
All wines are vegan right? False. It's down to how the wine is clarified and a process called ‘fining’. All young wines are hazy and contain tiny molecules such as proteins, tartrates, tannins and phenolics. Usually the wines, after some time will self-stabilise and self-fine, but some producers choose to speed the process along by using agents, such as casein (a milk protein), albumin (egg whites), gelatine (animal protein) and isinglass (fish bladder protein), and this is what makes a wine vegan unfriendly! But don't fear, we've got you covered with these amazing vegan wines that make no compromise on flavour.
So, let us begin with a little secret. These vegan English wines are among our very favourites. In fact, we even produced the first bottle ourselves, hence being called No.1. It is 100% Bacchus, England's flagship grape and is, if we do say so ourselves, 100% delicious and great for any occasion. Next up is Camel Valley Atlantic Dry. This time a Bacchus blend with a little extra kick for those that want it and one that goes fantastically well with any seafood. Well it must do, it's from Cornwall.
Two English Rosés are next. The Westwell Ortega rosé is simple and elegant with red crunchy fruit flavours and the Crouch Ridge Rosé is fresh, smooth and is a lot of fun all year round (plus summer is almost here!).
For the reds, we have the delightful St Edmunsbury red from Suffolk. This has the most beautiful aromas and is as delicious as it smells while the Sharpham Pinot Noir is full of juicy red berry flavours and crowned the 'peoples champion' as everyone loves it!
Vegan, yes. Incredible English wines. Most definitely.
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