Since Valentine's Day has just happened, it's only right to review a vegan suitable pink wine! Here's what I thought of this vegan-labelled wine from The Co-operative.
Nights are drawing in, and many of us crave warming red wines during the winter months. If you haven't already, try this inexpensive vegan Barbera from The Co-operative.
Celebration or casual evening; find a reason to open something a little special! From Mionetto's Prestige Collection, this vegan and organic Prosecco was light, cheerful, with fresh floral and tropical fruit notes.
After tasting a Pinot Grigio from Morrisons recently, how would one from Aldi at the same price point compare? Very well, as it happens!
Light, aromatic and incredibly versatile, Pinot Grigio is a popular choice for many white wine lovers. Morrisons' Trentino Pinot Grigio is a stellar example of the grape, and a great match for beautiful beetroot risotto!
Something tells me Pasini Organic Brut Prosecco is suitable for vegans....! Both nose and palate are explosions of acacia, honeysuckle, and sweet apple. Light, cheerful, and organic, this made for very easy drinking, especially when matched with cream avocado pasta.
Pasta, pizza, seafood. Italy is famous for a lot of gustatory delights - and of course, a few wines to go with them. If you're more familiar with supermarket aisles than a wine merchants when it comes to wine, try Morrisons 'The Best' Valpolicella Ripasso. Made by reusing Amarone grapes, it's rich, velvety, and just the thing for long evenings relaxing with a good book... and a startingly good price tag makes it go down even better!
Sparkly, sophisticated, and so very, very drinkable, Prosecco is everything we want from a Champagne, at a fraction of the price. For something truly special, it has to be Ca' Vittoria Prosecco Superiore.