Piers Morgan’s favourite vegan wines

Petit Balthazar Cinsault Rosé

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Last May, in London’s Kensington and Chelsea, Morgan enjoyed a beautiful day with a Petit Balthazar Cinsault Rosé.

This wine has a lower alcohol content at 11% and a fruit aroma of fresh strawberries and blueberries, and a balanced, round and fruity palate, according to the brand.

Pierrick Harang, the wine producer, comes from a long line of winemakers and uses scientific techniques to develop his own style.

None of the production process involves animal products, making this rosé vegan-friendly.

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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