Vegan wine for miles

London Vegan Beer Fest is about beer, food and music.

Oh, yeah. It is also about vegan wine. A hell of a lot of vegan wine.

If you are one of those people holding off on coming along to London Vegan Beer Fest because you only drink vino, the following list is going to be the thing that tips you over the edge.

Our exclusive vegan wine bar is hosted by Sustainable Wines UK founder TulipTulip has recently launched an eco-friendly wine bar in Enfield and sells a lot of cruelty-free wine online. You can read about Tulip’s wine businesses here.

Keep scrolling down to see the MAMMOTH list of vegan wines Sustainable Wines UK will be pouring at London Vegan Beer Fest in two days time.

It’s incredible.

Millton Te Arai Chenin Blanc Chenin 14% In the ‘1001 Wines to try before you die’ book! Fresh lime zest and fragrant gardenias, fine wool and bush honey, quince and ripe bouche pear
Picpoul, Olivier Azan Picpoul de Pinet 13% Fresh and dry with citrus fruit notes, pleasing nutty minerality, lick of salted nut and preserved lemon
Viognier, Languedoc Viognier 13% Typical mango, apricot and peach flavours, beautifully smooth and creamy texture
Grenache Blanc Roussanne, Virgile Joly Grenache Blanc


13.5% white spice, peachy, fruit-driven, vibrant minerality, rich, full-flavoured, unoaked
Chardonnay ‘La Marouette’ Chardonnay 13.5% lemon and tropical fruit nose, gently oaked buttery-ness, hint of honey, dry finish
Pinot Grigio ‘La Corte del Pozzo’, Fasoli Gino 2013 Pinot Gris 12.5% light, dry white, appealing tropical notes, fruit-forward, nutty and honeyed
Fiano, Feudo di Santa Tresa, Sicily (Italy) Fiano 13% creamy peach and nutty straw flavours, mineral and citrus undercurrents, spicy and nutty nuances
Davenport Horsmonden Dry White Ortega/Faber/




11.5% lovely elderflower perfume with floral and lime aromas, zesty freshness, great concentration of apple and yeasty flavours
Prosecco Casa Coste Piane, Valdobbiadene (Italy) Glera 11% Light, appley, citrus, very fine bubbles, hazy, natural appearance. Stylish, elegant, made like Champagne
Prosecco Sgajo, Perlage Cortese di Gavi 11% fine and persistent bubbles with notes of apples, apricots and even some banana!
Champagne, Jose Ardinat Pinot Noir/


12% Dry and refreshing with exquisite nutty aromas and a flavoursome punchy style.
Rosé Domaine du Jas d’Esclans Cinsault/Grenache/


13% notes of crushed strawberries; lighter, cherry tinged and sophisticated
Pinot Noir, Richmond Plains, Nelson 2011 Pinot Noir 13.50% dark cherry nose with chocolate and raspberry, the palate has earthy, forest fruits with cherry.
Cosmo Red Blend, Millton, Gisborne 2007 (NZ) – Biodynamic Malbec/Syrah/


12% dark, lifted Asian spice, tingling aromas of mint, chocolate. A distinctive Malbec blend unique to James Millton
Valreas, Cotes du Rhone Villages, Domaine de la Grande Bellane Grenache/Syrah/


14.50% Brambly/plummy fruit, cinnamon and pepper notes
Les Trois Terrasses, Mas Gabriel, Languedoc-Roussillon Carignan/Syrah/


12.5% cassis, black olives and wild herbs (“la garrigue”). Fine tannins with delicious fruit and savoury notes
Merlot La Marouette, Languedoc-Roussillon Merlot 13% plummy, damsons, violets and spicy fruit, succulent
Bourgogne Rouge no added sulphur Pinot Noir 12.5% ripe strawberry nose, rich full-fruited redcurrant flavours, light New World style
Montepulciano d’Abruzzo Barrique ‘Bucaro’DOC 2012 Montepulciano 13.5% lusciously flavoursome barrique-aged wine, with deep ripe dark berry fruit
Valpolicella La Corte del Pozzo Corvina/Rondinella 14% enchanting soft red with smooth, ripe, dark fruit flavours
Chianti Classico Sangiovese/


14.5% crushed black fruits and spice, rich layers of dark cherry and blackcurrant
Monty’s Pet Nat Chardonnay 9.5% very light, lively, fresh; ripe pear, zest and citrus on the nose
Davenport Limney Estate Sparkling 2011 (UK) Pinot Noir/Auxerrois 11.5% yeasty autolysis flavours balanced superbly by the strong Pinot Noir character

Wow. It is an impressive list, to be sure.

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Written by fatgayvegan

  1. It’s a shame the wine selection at the Beer Festival was emphasised before now. I’ve spoken to a couple of people who said they would have come had they known earlier. Unfortunately they’re now committed to other things but perhaps this is something to think about when advertising the next one?

    • I talked about the wine pop up in most updates and posts about the event going back about 4 months.

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