French Vegan Wine

Welcome to our selection of French vegan wine. France needs no introduction in terms of its wine making credentials and such a brief overview as this couldn’t possibly do it justice. The main grapes of France are Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Syrah, Grenache and Cabernet Sauvignon. Wines in France tend to be named after the region rather than specifying the grape and the region indicates the grape used. Some commons regions and their corresponding grapes are:

  • Loire Valley: White – Sauvignon Blanc
  • Bordeaux: White = Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon; Red = Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot
  • Burgundy: White = Chardonnay; Red = Pinot Noir
  • Beaujolais: Red = Gamay
  • Rhone: Red = Syrah and Grenache

As France is a country full of tradition, a lot of the wine is not vegan friendly (or even vegetarian). However, with the increase in natural wine and some less traditional wine makers, there is still a lot of French vegan wine available. For more information on what makes wine vegan, please click here.

Browse our selection of French vegan wines below:

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  • Amélie Blanc Vegan Wine

    Amélie Blanc 2015

    An interesting white wine made from an unusual mix of Viognier, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc that results in a crisp white with floral aromas.

    not rated £8.99
  • Amélie Les Bubbles Vegan Wine

    Amélie Les Bubbles Blanquette de Limoux

    Amélie Les Bubbles is a delightful sparkling wine made using the traditional method. It has good bubbles with flavours of peach, apple and some white flowers.

    not rated £12.99
  • Amélie Malbec Vegan Wine

    Amélie Malbec 2016

    A deliciously drinkable Malbec that is full of rich black fruit flavours and perfectly balanced tannins. A great example of a French Malbec.

    £8.99
  • Amelie Rosé Malbec Vegan Wine

    Amélie Malbec Rosé 2016

    A pale pink fresh fruity rosé Malbec from the Languedoc region of France. Delicious aromas and flavours of raspberries and strawberries.

    not rated £8.99
  • Blanville Merlot Vegan Wine

    Blanville Merlot Pays d’Oc 2018

    A great example of an easy drinking Merlot, with tastes of red fruit and liquorice notes. Soft tannins on the palate give it a rounded feel.

    £9.99
  • Chateau de Santenay Clos de la Chaise Dieu Vegan Wine

    Château de Santenay Clos de la Chaise Dieu Monopole 2016

    This Hautes Côtes de Beaune Chardonnay typifies wines from this region. It has plenty of white stone fruit flavours, a good creamy texture and balanced acidity. All in all a very good white Burgundy for the price.

    not rated £19.99
  • Château Larose Perganson Haut-Médoc Vegan Wine

    Chateau Larose Perganson Haut Medoc 2014

    Chateau Larose Perganson Haut Medoc is a deep ruby in colour with blackberries and spice on the nose. On the palate, it has black fruit flavours, good structure and a long finish. This is a classic Bordeaux blend from the Haut Medoc that punches above its weight.

    not rated £24.99
  • Château Macquin Saint Georges Saint Émilion Vegan Wine

    Chateau Macquin Saint Georges Saint Emilion 2015

    This merlot led Bordeaux showcases merlot at its best. This wine is full-bodied with silky smooth tannins, plenty of ripe red fruit flavours and aromas with a long finish.

    not rated £16.99
  • Château Mahon Laville Bordeaux Supérieur Vegan Wine

    Château Mahon-Laville Bordeaux Supérieur 2016

    This vegan Bordeaux Supérieur is an 80% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon blend. It is a classic Bordeaux at a very reasonable price.

    not rated £14.50
  • Chablis Premier Cru Vegan Wine

    Corinne Perchaud Chablis 1er Cru Les Fourneaux 2015

    A real treat for any Chablis fans, this is the perfect special occasion wine. Smokey, with minerality and complex scents of gentle spices, honey and hay.

    not rated £31.50

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