If you are looking for non-alcoholic vegan wine, then Lautus has a range of de-alcoholised vegan wines you must try!
What is de-alcoholised wine?
De-alcoholised basically means that the wine is made as per normal, and that at the end of the process, they remove the alcohol from the wine. Lautus was the first to launch de-alcoholised wine in South Africa, and have been making their wines since 2017. Lautus sell 4 types of de-alcoholised wines, namely, Savvy White, Savvy Red, Rosé, and Sparkling.
I’m not a big wine drinker or a wine connoisseur, but for me these are wonderful!!! And it’s a bonus that I can have as much as I want without having to worry about getting drunk.
Isn’t all wine vegan?
Many people assume (I did once too) that all wine is vegan as it is made from grapes. What people don’t know is that many wineries still use animal ingredients (casein, egg whites, gelatin, fish bladder protein, etc.) during the winemaking process, in order to make the wine clear and bright. Luckily for us Vegans, there are wineries like Lautus, which have moved to vegan-friendly alternatives instead, which do not alter the taste of the wine.
I cook with wine, sometimes I even add it to the food.unknown
Where to buy?
Have you tried any of the Lautus vegan wines? What is your favourite? Let me know in a comment below. If you’d like to see more of the food & beverage products I have tried, have a look here. Or look at my directory for a list of all the awesome green vegan products I use and love.
Save water, drink wine!– unknown
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