Welcome Our New Wine Director, Ellisa Cooper!

Vegan Wines is excited to welcome our new wine director and educator, Ellisa Cooper! We’re positive that she’ll help us make our wine club, shop, and selection even better for our club members and customers! Ellisa is a dynamic personality among New York’s wine consultants. She has an impressive resume and growing reputation among retailers, […]

Brand New Italian Wines Available at Vegan Wines!

A few short months ago, Vegan Wines went to beautiful Tuscany in Italy and visited a variety of incredible wineries.  We got to know and learn from many passionate winemakers, and ate some of the best food we’ve had to date; all while taking in the breathtaking views of the rolling hills of Tuscany.   For […]

Latest Bordeaux wine reviews from Sophie Kevany

We are continuing our Bordeaux week here at Vegan Wines with brand new reviews from our Bordeaux vegan wine reviewer, Sophie Kevany.  This time she has tasted five different wines from the same winery, Chateau Galoupeau, located in the heart of Entre-deux-Mers.  They are a family winery who has been in business for 250 years, […]

Considering the Soil in Vegan Winemaking

At Vegan Wines we are big promoters of animal-free agriculture.  Not many (if any) vegan wine certifications take the soil into account when they claim to be vegan, and this is what sets us apart from others in the industry thus far.    As often as we hear the question “but I thought all wine was […]

Myths and facts about rosé wine

Facts and Myths about Rose Wine

There are so many myths about rosé wine. One is that it’s a blend of red and white wine. Another that all rosé produced is sweet. Yet another one is that if farmers have bad, or less than superior grapes, they make rosé .  Nothing could be further from the truth.  Making a good quality rosé  […]

Thoughts on Animal-Friendly Vegan Fertilizers in Vineyards

animal-friendly vegan fertilizers vineyards - Vegan Wines

Vegan Wines is dedicated to bringing you wine that is animal-friendly. When I email, visit, and call up wineries to learn more about exactly how their grapes are grown and fertilized, I often get the same response: “I will need to check and get back to you.” More often than not, when I ask if […]