Looking for a Mother's Day Gift? Whether Mum loves Champagne, Prosecco or something else, here's my round-up of vegan fizz based on price, quality, and qiftability.
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.
Clean and bright the signature M&S Prosecco offers a delicately perfumed nose, followed by classic notes of honeysuckle and white peach, zipped up with some freshly squeeze lemon juice. Everything a good vegan Prosecco should be!
Simple but effective, this Co-op's Irresistible Prosecco offers delicate tones and flavours of stone fruits, with fresh acidity and an acceptable finish; enjoyable to drink, and a good budget-friendly option for a night when you just fancy popping a cork.
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!
Fancy a bold Italian red? Organic and vegan-friendly, this Primitivo from Tesco fits the bill for less than £10. Paired best with Italian dishes and substantial vegetables; read on for my top choices.
It's no secret- when you're craving comfort food, there's no topping homemade pizza. And there's so many opportunities for pairing your pizza with wine, which make it my favourite option for a casual Friday night.
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!