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.
Vegan Wines from New Zealand: Pask ‘Gimblett Gravels’ Red Blend
Fancy something big, bold, and red? This red blend from New Zealand is sustainably-made, vegan-friendly, and a great choice for red wine fans who enjoy the flavours of Cab Sav and the silkiness of Merlot.
Aldi Vegan White Wine: Marsanne
Full-bodied and floral, this Marsanne from Aldi's Exquisite Collection is a really nice find for £5.99 Read on for tasting notes and food pairings for Marsanne wines.
Nebbiolo: Trentham Estate ‘The Family’ Nebbiolo
Medium-boded with ripe tannins, plump red fruits and a touch of warm spice, this Nebbiolo from Trentham Estate is just the thing for vegan pasta and pizza dishes.
Prosecco: Pisani “Vegan” Organic Brut DOC
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.
Vegan Wine and Food Pairing: Butternut Squash Ravioli with Champagne
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!