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Welcome to our selection of Argentinian vegan wines. Argentinian wine is often (but not always!) a vegan’s friend. Traditionally, Argentina uses bentonite clay for fining instead of the less savoury fining agents. See our page on vegan wine for more details on finings.

The combination of high altitude and low humidity means there are a lot less pests, bugs and diseases in Argentina. Consequently Argentinian wine is often produced with little or no pesticides.

Argentina has two main wine areas:

  • Mendoza: this region produces nearly two-thirds of all Argentinian wine. In the lower lying areas in the East, you will often find the more mass produced wines. Whereas the higher land in the Andes foothills often produces much higher quality wines. These wines will often have more complicated / interesting flavours and longer finishes.
  • Patagonia: this region produces very different wines to Mendoza as it’s lower lying and has a more typical desert climate (warm days and cool nights).

The main grapes of Argentina are Malbec and the lesser known white grape, Torrontés. Malbec grows all over Argentina, whereas Torrontés grows in the regions to the North of Mendoza. The most famous of these regions is Salta, which encompasses Cafayate.

Browse our selection of Argentinian vegan wines below:

  • Cara Sur Tinto Vegan Wine

    Cara Sur Tinto 2017

    Bold and flavourful, this is a truly exceptional wine. It’s complex, has high acidity and high tannins, with flavours of raspberries, black cherry and pepper.

    not rated £25.99
  • Crios Torrontes Vegan Wine

    Crios Torrontés 2018

    Well balanced fresh, fruity wine with floral elderflower aromas and flavours of peach, lychee and passion fruit. What’s not to like?

    not rated £12.99
  • Graffiti Varietal Malbec Vegan Wine

    Graffiti Malbec 2017

    A classic easy drinking Malbec, plump and supple in texture with just a tint of oak and bags of fruit. The wine has underlying vibrancy bringing it alive.

    not rated £12.99
  • Graffiti Varietal Syrah Vegan Wine

    Graffiti Syrah 2017

    Full of fruit flavour with an underlying note of spice. Dark, soft and round with a finish verging on luxurious.

    not rated £12.99
  • Lorca Lorca Malbec Vegan Wine

    Lorca Lorca Malbec 2017

    Flavours of raspberries, strawberries and black pepper make this Malbec something special. With a hint of Syrah added for an extra hit of flavour.

    £10.99
  • Recoleta Pedro Blanco Vegan Wine

    Recoleta Pedro Blanco 2018

    Off-dry highly drinkable zingy white wine from Argentina, with flavours of apple, citrus and some herbaceous notes. Extremely well balanced with lovely aromas, perfect with food on a hot summer’s day.

    not rated £9.99
  • Serbal Pinot Noir Vegan Wine

    Serbal Pinot Noir 2017

    A classic Pinot Noir… except this one is from Argentina! This is a deliciously drinkable wine with big flavours of cherries and red fruit.

    not rated £13.99
  • Serbal Viognier Vegan Wine

    Serbal Viognier 2018

    Aromas of peach, lychee and honeysuckle make this Viognier a delightful drink. Hailing from the Uco Valley in Argentina, this is a lovely fresh, crisp and aromatic wine.

    not rated £14.50
  • Susana Balbo Signature White Blend Vegan Wine

    Susana Balbo Signature White Blend 2015

    One of the most interesting white wines we’ve had, dry but incredibly fruity. We tasted grapefruit, melon, pear, vanilla and elderflower to name just a few.

    not rated £16.99
  • Vallisto Barbera Vegan Wine

    Vallisto Barbera 2017

    A wine that tastes like raspberry ripple ice cream, need we say more! Perfect with a square of dark chocolate or three! An absolute delight.

    not rated £17.99
  • Vallisto Criolla Vegan Wine

    Vallisto Criolla 2017

    A light coloured wine that delivers a full bodied flavour experience. Robust tannins and good acidity deliver big flavours. This is topped off with aromas of Turkish delight and summer fruits like raspberries and cranberries.

    not rated £17.99

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