Everything about vegan wines and 5 brands to try


Here are 5 vegan-friendly wines

1. Reveilo Nero d’Avola

When it comes to choosing wines, sometimes you just want to go down to the popular choice. If you bring up that, this red wine made from the Sicilian grape Nero d’Avola is not to be missed. Its strong and tangy character with just a hint of smoke goes great with most Indian and international dishes, but it goes well with tomato-based pasta dishes and light salads.

2. Sensi Campoluce Chianti Bio

This full-bodied red wine takes its name from the glow worms in the Tuscan vineyards where it is made. The grapes are grown without the use of fertilizers or chemical pesticides. The result is a wine with a pleasantly fruity aroma and a soft, fresh taste. The wine is certified organic and is made using traditional fermentation methods without any chemicals. What’s the best way to enjoy this cool drink? This is a cheese platter’s best friend and also goes well with spicy dishes.

3. Querciabella Chianti Classico 2017

This is a sublime red wine from an excellent vintage that perfectly balances opulent red fruits and crisp acidity. The 14-month patient aging in fine-grain oak barrels gives a layer of softness and enhances the fruity notes typical of quality Sangiovese. It’s a perfect dining wine and practically screams for anything with tomato sauce. One dish that can withstand the great structure and complexity of this full-bodied wine is spaghetti with lentil bolognese.


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