Vegan Wine

Vegan wines are those that haven't used any animal-derived products during their making. Casein (from milk), gelatin, isinglass (from fish) are sometimes used as ingredients in fining wine (removing any bits floating around in solution). And that's why any wines that do, can't be considered vegan-friendly wines.
All the wines you'll find in this section have been verified as not using those fining agents. Your ideal online vegan wine selection.

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  • Cottonworth Rosé NV, Hampshire

    1 review(s)

    Rude Wines have loads of lovely stuff - the trouble is the Cottonworth Sparkling Rose from Hampshire is so delicious they have to prise the bottle from my hands to force me to try other stuff!Oz Clarke, The Three Wine Men

    Wow - very fruity! Incredible strawberry and cherry fruit, the like of which I’ve never tasted - still less in an English wine! This is thanks to the use of Pinot Précoce, apparently. So bright and ripe. Hard to say if it’s typically English, but I do love its boldness. 17/20 Richard Hemming MW, jancisrobinson.com Read More.

    £29.95
  • Sandeman Unfiltered LBV 2013

    This Port was bottled unfiltered which means there are the right conditions for it to age. It is rich and dense with jammy black fruits and ripe tannins. Dried black plums and dates are backed up by a dry core and by fine acidity Wine Spectator 90 pts Read More.

    £18.99
  • Louis Guntrum Oppenheimer Herrenberg Riesling Auslese 2015, Rheinhessen

    Louis Guntrum makes some of the Rheinhessen's most delicious Riesling wines. The estate is perfectly situated to make the most of the cool climate (even by German standards). Riesling needs 100 days to ripen between blossoming and picking, and here they only get 1,800 hours of sunshine a year on average Read More.

    £21.99

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