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UK Retailer Marks & Spencer Launches New 100% Vegan Wine Range

'Many of the wineries involved have advanced sustainable credentials - taking part in carbon offsetting schemes and biodynamic farming'


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UK Retailer Marks & Spencer is launching a new vegan wine range entitled ‘Found’.

The new collection features 12 vegan-friendly wines inspired by ‘dreamy destinations’ such as the Greek Islands and Portugal. They will launch in-store and on Marks & Spencer’s website this week, retailing at £7-10. 

By 2022, the supermarket aims to have a 100 percent vegan wine range. Moreover, many of the wineries involved have advanced sustainable credentials – taking part in carbon offsetting schemes, water management programs, or organic and biodynamic farming.

Marks & Spencer’s vegan wine range:

  • Vinho Verde Rosé 2020, £7
  • Nerello Cappuccio 2019, £7
  • Mazuelo 2019, £8.50
  • País 2019, £9
  • Xinomavro & Mandilaria 2019, £9.50
  • Cabernet Franc 2019, £10
  • Blanquette de Limoux NV, £10
  • Gros Manseng 2020, £9
  • Moschofilero & Roditis 2020, £8.50
  • Grenache Blanc 2020, £8
  • Ribolla Gialla 2020 , £7
  • Feteasc? Regal? 2020, £7

Moreover, in a statement sent to Plant Based News, winemaker Sue Daniels said: “With this new range, we’ve been able to dig deep and unearth some real wine rarities/

“We’re really excited to share these. We hope that our customers will indulge in some much-needed armchair escapism with ‘Found’ and discover new favorites along the way.”

Daniels then concluded: “There is a world of different options out there and we’ve selected some of the best!”

Why isn’t all wine vegan?

Several animal products, including gelatin, isinglass, and egg, are commonly used during the winemaking process – making many unsuitable for a vegan diet. 

You can find out more about vegan wine here

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