While most wines are vegan friendly, current EU & UK regulations do not require wineries to include fining agents (which may include tiny traces of animal products) on labels. Sit back and indulge in the goodness of vegan wine brands carefully handpicked just for you, from all over Central and Eastern Europe.
A white Georgian variety that produces floral wines with additional aromas of pear, citrus, green tea and nuts.
Native to Georgia, Mtsvane is a white variety that produces crisp, citrus-tinged wines with notes of flora, pineapple and pear
Native to Georgia though now widespread across Black Sea countries, the name means "red stem" despite being a white grape. Fresh, light and seductive pours with flavours of green apple, white peach and quince.
A wine that is light bodied and under 12.5% alcohol with medium to high acidity and delicate primary fruity aromas. Think varietal expression, fruit purity and precision rather than emphasis on wine making i.e battonage, reduction, oak, lees contact. These are refreshing wines with wide appeal. Typical tasting note expressions are ‘crisp’, ‘fresh’, ‘zesty’, ‘cool climate’, ‘purity of fruit’, ‘lean’. In its simplest form a light bodied wine would be equivalent to ‘skimmed’ milk and a full- bodied wine equivalent to blue-top, ‘whole fat’ milk. If your preference is for lighter bodied wines, look out for these grape varieties – young Gruner Veltliner, young Riesling, Pinot Bianco/Blanc, Frappato, unaged Chardonnay, Cinsault (whites), Pinot Noir, Gamay, Kadarka (reds).
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