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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  • Stopbanks Sauvignon Blanc 2018, Marlborough

    There's no beating a good Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, the nation's fave white wine. Fiona Turner's Stopbanks stopped us in our tracks with its exuberant passionfruit and melon flavours. Fresh as a daisy, it's a zingy, vibrant style of Kiwi Sauvignon Blanc for the true believers Read More.

    £12.99
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  • Loimer Loís Grüner Veltliner 2018, Kamptal

    Gru-Vee, aka Grüner Veltliner, is Austria's 'own' white grape variety. Producing some of its most distinctive white wines, they've a fantastic crunchy, Granny Smith green apple character with a hallmark hint of white pepper. Basically, if you enjoy Sauvignon Blanc, then it's a surefire bet you'll enjoy Gru-Vee too Read More.

    £15.49
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  • La Masseria Primitivo 2017, Puglia

    Nothing primitive about it; that refers to the fact it's an early ripener in Italy's Puglia (the 'heel' bit of the boot). DNA has proved it's the same as Zinfandel, which gives you a clue as to its punchy, fruit-driven nature. Like all Puglian red wines, they're star turns with a whole host of dishes, and very drinkable by themselves Read More.

    £12.50
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