A simple, affordable expression of white Burgundy from Marks and Spencer, the M&S Bourgogne is suitable for vegans and retails under £10. Easy to drink - but definitely made better with a delicious vegan Alfredo pasta dish.
Sainsbury's Marlborough Sauvignon: this Taste the Difference vegan Sauvignon is from Coolwater Bay in New Zealand, offering everything you expect, at a very decent price.
In the mood to celebrate? Here's how to put together an incredible vegan dinner party with a reasonable budget: three delicious easy-to-make courses, with vegan-friendly sparkling wines to match!
Smoked salmon is the reliable contender of the party-planner's repertoire; here's how to make it, plus some pretty awesome wine pairing suggestions!
At just £8.29, this vegan-friendly Crémant from Aldi was a rather surprising find. Fresh apple flavours, part-baked bread rolls and a little baked pear make this a lovely find ahead of the Easter weekend.
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!
An off-dry rosé is a beautifully low-maintenance wine to pair with food. With a sweet red-fruited character, balanced by tangerine and crabapple, Sea Pink went down a treat with a vegan blue cheese, poached fig and toasted walnut tart.
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.