November is World Vegan Month, whether you’re vegan, vegetarian or neither, there are some great wines on the market which cater for all of the above.
I recently partnered up with Cellarmasters to share some tips about how vegan wine is made, how to tell if a wine is vegan, and more. It’s a great read, if I do say so myself ?
To help celebrate, Cellarmasters sent me this preservative free (learn more about preservative free wine here) and vegan friendly white field blend from winemaker Gwyn Olsen to sample. It’s made from:
- Pinot Gris
The grapes are from their Wrattonbully Vineyard in the Limestone Coast in the south east of South Australia. Some more fun facts about this vino:
- The wine spent 4 days on the skins
- Fermented Wild
- Settled & bottled without any additions or fining
Here are our notes:
In the glass it’s a pretty yellow-peach shade. It’s super aromatic, think Turkish delight, musk lollies and tropical fruits sprinkled with sweetness. While in the mouth it simply bursts with flavours ranging from melon, pineapple to sherbet with a subtle citrus finish. Incredibly juicy and flavoursome. Very tasty!
This wine was sent to me as a sample, I was under no obligation to post about it.
All opinions are based on my own taste buds. Wine is subjective & always evolving, so make sure you drink what you enjoy!