The best vegan wine and Prosecco for Veganuary 2021
30 October 2020, 12:07 | Updated: 21 December 2020, 15:41
Affordable vegan wine and Prosecco bottles and brands you can buy online and the UK high street.
This January, many Brits will be taking part in Veganuary, and for many it will be their first move into adopting a plant-based lifestyle.
There are some products, however, that many won't even realise often aren't vegan in the first place - and this includes certain wines and Proseccos.
However, there are still plenty of offerings suitable for those who follow a plant-based diet.
Here are our picks.
Established Prosecco brand Mionetto has recently received the Vegan accreditation for its renowned ‘Orange Label’ Prosecco.
It's sold at a number of UK stores including Tesco, Morrisons, NISA, Budgens, Bargain Booze, CostCutter, Londis, Ocado and Amazon.
Cost: £10 from Sainsbury's
Wanderlust - while not all vegan - has a dedicated vegan-friendly selection of wines and Proseccos on their website.
They specialise in organic, organically farmed and biodynamic wines from lesser known producers, which they then deliver to your door.
The brand, which recently won Decanter’s Wine Merchant Of The Year, also offer their very own wine club, which sees bottles delivered to your door every two months, starting from just £24 a month - you can find out more here.
La Gioiosa Prosecco DOC
This affordable Prosecco is available at a number of UK high street stores - including Morrisons, Tesco, Coop, Majestic, Nisa, Londis, Budgens and Booths.
Northern Wine & Beer Co
All of Northern Wine's huge selection of wines and Proseccos are suitable for vegans, and they also feature a huge range of organic, bio-dynamic and sustainable producers.
Hattingley Valley’s award-winning English sparkling wines are 100 per cent vegan, and are available to buy in cases of still, sparkling or mixed.
While all their sparkling wines are vegan, the still red wines aren't - so keep that in mind when you're buying.
While not all of Vintage Roots' wines and Proseccos are vegan, they do offer around 400 vegan options that are easily searchable through a filter and can be found here.
Their most popular offerings include Organic Roots Rosso (red), £7.99, Bodegas Corisca Albariño (white), £17.99, and Mont’albano Prosecco Frizzante, £12.50.
Perlage, which is located in the Prosecco DOCG area, in the Veneto Region of Italy, sell a range of organic wines and Prosecco.
The Emissary is British brand that sells premium, low sugar and environmentally-friendly Prosecco.
Their latest addition is the Asolo Prosecco Superiore DOCG Brut, which costs £17.99 for a 75cl bottle.
Some people may not be aware that Hotel Chocolat - as well as being the the go-to place for chocolate - also sell an incredible range of wines and Proseccos, all of which are vegan.
La Jara, also is a Prosecco DOC from the Veneto region, sell a range of vegan Proseccos available in to buy online from a number of stockists.