Welcome to our selection of vegan rosé wine. We stock a variety of rosé wines, including ones made from the following grapes:

Making rosé wine

Rosé wine is made in exactly the same way as red wine. The only difference is rosé wine has less contact time with the grape skins, which consequently results in a paler colour. In summary, rosé wine is made as follows:

  1. Pick the grapes (by hand or machine).
  2. Crush the grapes.
  3. Leave the crushed grapes to ferment (skin on). This fermentation stage is very brief, typically only 12-36 hours.
  4. Collect the liquid (free run wine) from the fermentation tanks and press the skins to extract more flavour and tannins (press wine). The winemaker can choose to blend the free run wine and press wine at this stage, after ageing or not at all depending on their preference.
  5. Age the wine in suitable vessels (tanks, oak barrels, concrete eggs etc).
  6. Stabilise the wine (filtration and/or finings).
  7. Bottle the wine.

It is the stabilising wine stage (fining specifically) that determines if the wine is vegan or not. Some wines are not filtered or fined, in which case they will be vegan. If a wine is fined, then as long as non-animal derived finings are used (for example, clay, pea protein or charcoal), you will have a vegan rosé wine. You can read more about this in Vegan Wine.

The decision to fine or not is up to the winemaker and may even vary year by year depending on the quality of grapes. Often high quality wines and wines made in small batches are less likely to use any fining agents, instead allowing gravity to naturally settle the sediments to the bottom of the tanks before removing the clear wine (racking). 

Browse our selection of vegan rosé wines below:

Showing all 8 results

  • Fancy Pants Rosado Vegan Wine

    Fancy Pants Rosado 2019

    A 100% Garnacha rosé that has aromas of wild strawberries and raspberries. It’s a delightfully fresh wine with decent acidity and a good finish. Beautiful alternative to a white wine on a summer’s day.

    not rated £8.50
  • 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
  • Brampton Rosé Vegan Wine

    Brampton Rosé 2019

    A South African rosé made from a Pinotage and Merlot blend. It has plenty of red berry flavours giving a little fruit sweetness but is crisp and dry.

    not rated £8.99
  • Dunleavy Pinot Noir Rosé Vegan Wine

    Dunleavy Pinot Noir Rosé 2019

    This Dunleavy Pinot Noir Rosé is a bright salmon colour. It’s a delicate dry wine with delightful strawberry flavours and nicely balanced acidity. This is definitely an English wine worth seeking out.

    not rated £15.99
  • Crios Malbec Rosé Vegan Wine

    Crios Malbec Rosé 2019

    This Malbec rosé is a little different to your usual rosés as it’s quite dark in colour and enjoyably full-bodied. It smells of strawberries and cream, which give way to fresher pink grapefruit and raspberry flavours upon tasting.

    not rated £13.99
  • Innocent Bystander Moscato Vegan Wine

    Innocent Bystander Moscato 2019

    This pink Moscato is highly aromatic with aromas of blackcurrant, Turkish delight, pink grapefruit and mandarin with a hint of candy floss. The wine effortlessly blends the natural sweetness, crisp acidity and fizz to create an easy drinking wine that is still refreshing while being delightfully fruity.

    not rated £10.99
  • Boschendal Brut Rosé NV Vegan Wine

    Boschendal Brut NV Rosé

    With a mix of Pinot Noir, Pinotage and Chardonnay, this is slightly unusual but makes for a delicious sparkling wine with a brisk sparkle. Bursting with summer berry flavours and fresh acidity, the bottle fermentation creates some great notes of baked goods!

     

    not rated £15.99
  • Polgoon Rondo and Seyval Blanc Rosé Vegan Wine

    Polgoon Rondo and Seyval Blanc Rosé 2017

    A medium dry rosé with a vibrant pink colour. This wine is a blend of the red Rondo grape and the white Seyval Blanc grape. Overall, this is a perfect wine to enjoy on a summer’s day as it’s fruity with low alcohol.

    not rated £15.95