Piers Morgan’s favourite vegan wines

Veuve Clicquot Brut

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Morgan indulged in Veuve Clicquot Brut at the Lord’s Cricket Ground in May last year.

Using all three Champagne grapes, this expression has tasting notes of white peach, anise, biscuit and kumquat, with a smoky finish, according to the producer.

It uses grapes from as many as 60 vineyards, and uses mineral products, such as bentonite, for clarification, and fining agents are never used in the process. This means that Veuve Clicquot doesn’t use any animal products in its production process, making it entirely vegan.

3 Responses to “Piers Morgan’s favourite vegan wines”

  1. Julie Martineau says:

    Please stop giving this mediocre person a platform. Mr. Morgan touts misogyny, racism, and general contempt for anyone who does not think like him.
    We can do better than such “commentators”.

  2. Alex Hunt says:

    That aside, I think there is an important underlying message here – that vegan wine is not a new thing, or a specially created product for the vegan market, like vegan sausages or something. There seems to have been a rapid shift from the position a few years ago, when it was widely, if wrongly, assumed that all wine was inherently vegan, to the view that vegan wine is somehow a category apart. It isn’t.

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