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!
Made for The Co-operative, Les Pionniers Brut Nv Champagne doesn't disappoint per say- but it doesn't wow either. Okay for a Champagne less than £20.
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.
My first experience of Sainsbury's vegan wine selection: Taste The Difference Conegliano Prosecco is well-balanced, clean and bright. A good and affordable vegan Prosecco!
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!
Unlike wine and cheese, pairing wine with chocolate can actually be a breeze if you're vegan- here's my guide on the basic principles of pairing wine and chocolate.
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!
Made by the third largest Champagne producer, Nicolas Feuillatte non-vintage Champagne is suitable for vegans, well-priced, and tastes absolutely stunning. See my tasting notes and food pairing ideas in the post...