Trying this Malbec from Morrisons not only opened the door to the wonderful world of Patagonian Malbec, but also highlighted a great vineyard that makes the majority of its wines suitable for vegans! Great value for £10.
Made by the third largest Champagne producer, Nicolas Feuillatte non-vintage Champagne is suitable for vegans, well-priced, and tastes absolutely stunning. See my tasting notes and food pairing ideas in the post...
Smooth, creamy, bursting with red fruits, this vegan-friendly pink Cava was a great spot in Tesco for under £15. Pink bubbly with a beautiful art-inspired bottle, it was perfect for Valentine's Day!
Well-balanced fruit and refreshing acidity, culminating in a gorgeous mineral finish; Tesco's Finest Riesling is a shining example of the classic German Riesling, for under £10. Its medium character is a hit with a range of foods- not least, the most extravagant yet easy vegan dish there is - fake scallops!
Move over oysters - pairing champagne with vegetables is so much more interesting. Homemade butternut squash and sage ravioli matched with Charles Heidsieck so beautifully, there should have been a second bottle opened to celebrate!
With a lovely floral nose of jasmine and honeysuckle, nicely balanced with apricot sweetness and a crisp refreshing finish, Emiliana's Adobe Riserva was the perfect vegan-friendly Viognier to find at a country pub in the middle of nowhere, and a shining example of just how good organic, sustainable, and biodynamic wines can be!
Chardonnay is a little like the marmite of the wine world. It can be a beautiful wine however, and a lovely example of a vegan unoaked Chardonnay is Louis Latour’s Ardeche.