Yes yes! And here's exactly why:
What is Veganuary?
It is a British movement (actually a non-profit organisation) that encourages us to go vegan at least for the month of January. But Veganuary has nothing to do with Dry January!
But surely all wine IS vegan?
Wine may go through processes known as fining or filtering, to make it bright and clear rather than cloudy. Products used may not be vegan-friendly: they include egg, milk, pork and fish bladder products.
Vegan wine is different to vegetarian wine
Natural Wine is not usually fined or filtered, therefore it is usually considered as vegan. Vegetarian wine however, will contain egg or milk products.
How do I know if a wine is vegan?
Thanks to increasing interest in vegan diets worldwide, wine producers are keen to let you know if their wine is vegan. Check for the vegan icon on the back label of any bottle of wine. So if you're doing Veganuary this year, don't forget to check the label before you uncork that bottle of wine!
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