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Welcome to our selection of Italian vegan wines. From Piedmont in the North West right down to Sicily in the South, vines are planted the full length of Italy. Italy produces some excellent wines and has some of the oldest vineyards in the world. Generally, Italy is the second largest producer of wine in the world but in some years, they are the largest.

Italy is famous for a variety of grapes that only really grow in Italy such as:

  • Sangiovese – this is a well known grape grown throughout Italy and is the main grape in Chianti. It is a very versatile grape and can be quite different depending on its growing conditions, producing red wines ranging from earthy through to fruity.
  • Glera – perhaps better known by the wine it produces: Prosecco. Everyone’s favourite sparkling wine from Italy.
  • Nebbiolo – this is a popular grape producing powerful red wines in Piedmont. Most famous for the Barolo and Barbaresco wines.
  • Montepulciano – this is the second most planted grape after Sangiovese and produces wines typified by red fruit flavours. However, when aged, you can get wines with rich chocolatey flavours as well.
  • Nero d’Avola – the main grape of Sicily, which some have compared to new world Shiraz or even Malbec.

Similar to French wine, Italian wine making is also fairly traditional. Therefore it can sometimes be difficult to find vegan wines. However, in keeping with France, there is a movement in Italy towards more natural wines, which of course are also vegan. For more information on what makes wine vegan, please click here.

Browse our selection of Italian vegan wines below:

  • Artigianale Prosecco Vegan Wine

    Artigianale Prosecco

    Crisp and elegant with flavours of green apple and honeysuckle. This is a natural Prosecco that is also low sulphur and organic.

    not rated £15.95
  • Cantina di Monteforte Soave Classico Vegan Wine

    Terre di Monteforte Soave Classico 2017

    Elegant and simple, we detected notes of pear, almond and peach in this wine. Crisp acidity is balanced in this lovely white with an off-dry finish and floral aromas.

    not rated £8.99
  • Principe Pallavicini Rubillo Vegan Wine

    Principe Pallavicini Rubillo Cesanese 2017

    A well balanced red wine from Italy, which has flavours of black fruits and spice with a hint of violet.

    not rated £12.99
  • Il Passo Verde Organic Nero d'Avola Vegan Wine

    Il Passo Verde Organic Nero d’Avola 2017

    A full bodied wine that packs a punch. Black cherries, black plums, with hints of spice, eucalyptus and black pepper. This wine is a delightful find from the heart of Sicily.

    not rated £11.99
  • Ca' di Alte Pinot Grigio Vegan Wine

    Ca’ di Alte Pinot Grigio 2018

    Made from 100% Pinot Grigio, this wine is clean, simple yet delightful. Flavours of apple and pear are enhanced with citrus on the nose.

    not rated £9.50
  • Ponte Pietra Trebbiano Garganega Vegan Wine

    Ponte Pietra Trebbiano Garganega 2018

    A crisp lively white with flavours of almond and honey. Aromas of apple and citrus invite you in to drink this refreshing Italian wine.

    not rated £7.50
  • Ponte Pietra Merlot Corvina Vegan Wine

    Ponte Pietra Merlot Corvina 2018

    A blend of Merlot and Corvina, this is a well balanced fresh fruity red wine, with flavours of blackberry and cherry.

    not rated £7.50
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    The Vegan Prosecco Case

    The Vegan Prosecco Case

    6 bottles of our extremely sustainable Prosecco. Crisp and elegant with flavours of green apple and honeysuckle. This is a natural Prosecco that is also low sulphur and organic.

    not rated £80.00

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