Six English Vegan Wines to Add to Your Wine Rack This Weekend

Did you know that not all wines are vegan?

In fact, some winemakers use animal-derived proteins in a process called fining – these products are all natural and in no way harmful.

They are not additives as they are removed from the wine before it is finished, but any wines made in this way cannot call themselves vegan.

The great news, however, is that many winemakers use vegan-friendly charcoal- or clay-based fining agents, meaning that you can enjoy them throughout Veganuary – below are six favourites:

Winbirri Bacchus 2019

The Norfolk sensation that wowed the wine world! This award winning vineyard produces incredible wines and some say this is one the best wines in the country!

Tickerage Blanc de Blancs

Winner of a GOLD award at the IWEA 2020.  This wine is delightful!

Bride Valley Blanc de Blancs 2014

The perfect aperitif.  This wine is released three years after the vintage.

Simpsons Rabbit Hole

Exuding a true sense of place, the Rabbit Hole Pinot Noir is created from estate-grown, low-yielding Burgundian clone 115, specifically selected for its maturity and concentration.

Bluebell Vineyard Ashdown Boundary Block 2018

**Winner of a silver medal at the Wine GB 2020 awards**

100% Merlot, this Sussex wine is beautiful!

Woodchurch Rosé 2019

A beautifully pale pink rosé from Kent

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