Plant-Based Wines to Enjoy on National Wine Day
Did you know that some wine contains animal products? What!? Gross, right?? Why do we need animal products to enjoy fermented (delicious) grape juice?!
During the process of fining, some wineries use the following ingredients for clarification, to filter out sediment and reduce tannins:
Isinglass from fish bladders
Gelatin from boiled cow or pig body parts
Albumin (egg whites)
Casein from milk protein
Fortunately there are many other ways to make wine without the use of animal products, and these are our favorites!
I personally keep their Whispering Angel rose stocked as a summer (and winter and spring and fall) must have.
”Birthdays was the worst days, now we sip champagne when we thirsty” — Notorious B.I.G. probably referring to this delicious plant-based bubbly.
Sonoma quality wines at an affordable price. All varietals are plant-based and do not include any animal byproducts.
100% pure, plant-based wines. All varietals are plant-based and do not contain any animal byproducts.
100% organic, plant-based Prosecco and sparkling wines developed by supermodel and animal activist Christie Brinkley.
A phenomenal Pinot Noir from California’s wine country.
Each an every wine from their vineyards is plant-based and ridiculously affordable.
100% plant-based wines. All varietals are plant-based and do not contain any animal byproducts.
Award-winning, artisanal plant-based wines.
House of Saka
Woman-Owned, Cannabis infused wine.
Award-winning 100% plant-based wines.
Not sure if your favorites are plant-based? Check out Barnivore’s extensive directory of plant-based wine, beer, and liquor!