A hit at parties and a classic when it comes to vegan food and wine, these two meat-free pâté recipes are simply delicious and packed full of nutrition for hungry vegans. And they pair beautifully with red wines, too.
Tag: pinot noir
Vegan Burgundy: Tesco Beaujolais Rouge
Beaujolais is perfect for light red wine drinkers. At £5, this bottle from Tesco is a cheap vegan-friendly wine option for everyday enjoyment: bright with red fruits, it paired nicely with earthy vegetables - try it with paté and 'faux gras!'
Vegan Appetiser: Glazed Beetroot and Herbed Cream Cheese with Rosé
Looking for easy vegan starter ideas that pair well with wines? Bursting with flavour and colour, Beetroot and Cheese Crostini makes an excellent appetiser when planning a vegan dinner party, and matches with a whole host of different wines to boot.
Pinot Noir: Sainsbury’s Bouchard Aine et Fils
£7.50 from Sainsbury's, this Pinot Noir is suitable for vegans, but unfortunately fell short on taste for a Pinot fan. A little rough around the edges with not much fruit, it did improve after some breathing time though!
Valentine’s Day Pick: Vilarnau Rosé Reserva Cava
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!
English Rosé, with Fig and Blue Cheese Tart
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.
Vegan Wine and Food Match: White Pinot Noir with Vegetable Quinoa and Sweet Potato
What food goes with white Pinot Noir? Here's a delicious, protein-packed vegan meal idea to go with this unusual, and delicious, white wine.
Vegan Wine Producer: Larry Cherubino Wines
When you find a vegan wine producer, you know it's a good day. Discovering Larry Cherubino's extensive collection of beautiful, delicious, and vegan-friendly wines at a tasting last week has put Australian wine even higher up my list of favourites.