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  1. Yes absolutely, I think a lot of people don’t even consider wine might not be vegan/vegetarian! I’ll look forward to checking out your post this week 🙂

  2. That’s exactly correct Robyn, it all comes down to those fining agents! Glad to hear you enjoyed your trip and the food over this way. With summer coming, there is so much great fresh produce around, it’s fantastic!

  3. I am so glad you enjoyed the piece Martin! I expect we’ll see more and more wineries with vegan friendly wines in the coming years.

  4. A great overview of what vegan wines are. I don’t necessarily seek them out, but when I do see a bottle labeled “Vegan”, that’s a winery I want to support.

  5. After visiting Australia recently, I am unsurprised that the population is 12% vegetarian. The food we ate while there was fresh and delicious and healthy everywhere we went. I am trying to keep that lifestyle as I return to the states. As to vegan wine, I look forward to seeing more on the market. It seems anywine can be vegan, simply by removing or adjusting fining agents, correct?

  6. We did an article on this too prompted by a vegetarian who thought they were ok to drink any wine, so interesting what we discovered! A great reminder and not many people are aware…