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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  • Francos Reserva 2015, Lisboa

    Top Portuguese wines don't get much better than this sumptuous, velvety red wine from Lisbon. Made in a full-bodied, rich style that's beautifully smooth and satisfying, this is one of those reds that'll have people murmuring their appreciation around the dinner table. A worth 'twice the price' wine Read More.

    £13.99
  • Dr Loosen Bernkasteler Lay Riesling Grosses Gewächs 2013, Mosel

    Citrus-coloured, the 2013 Bernkasteler Lay Riesling trocken GG (which was bottled end of October 2014) is a lovely juicy, rich, elegant, mineral and citrus-flavoured Riesling cru with a lingering salty piquancy. The nose is pure and subtle and displays citrus and blue-slate flavours along with herbs and hints of white stone fruit flavours. Very well balanced and intense in the finish and aftertaste, which is piquant, pure and mineral. Robert Parker, 91+ pts Read More.

    £29.49

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  • Jordan Nine Yards Chardonnay 2015, Stellenbosch

    Jordan's wines are widely recognised to be among the best in South Africa. So, unsurprisingly, they've gone the whole nine yards with this Chardonnay wine too. Picking a single block of vines each year, it then gets the deluxe treatment in the winery Read More.

    £37.50
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