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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  • Walt Riesling 2017, Pfalz

    1 review(s)

    Top 20 Best-Selling White Wine
    If you've ever wondered how far German white wines have come in recent years, look no further than this very delicious, and contemporary, Pfalz Riesling. Marvel at the way sweetness is perfectly poised with acidity, meaning you've a white wine that's sure to please everyone you give a glass to Read More.

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  • Louis Guntrum Oppenheimer Herrenberg Riesling Auslese 2015, Rheinhessen

    Available to buy as a single bottle
    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.

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  • Dönnhoff Tonschiefer Dry Slate Riesling 2016, Nahe

    Available to buy as a single bottle
    Argillaceous schist sounds like a right mineral mouthful, but the Tonschiefer does not restrict itself to slaty austerity. Fleshy white peach and crunchy fruit peel enter into an inspired alliance with vibrant acidity to produce a cool and fresh expression that takes the sting out of trocken. Jancis Robinson 16.5 pts Read More.

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