Bottoms Up: Vegan Friendly Champagne, Prosecco, Cava and Wine

Knowing which bubbly is vegan friendly can be a bit of a minefield, but don't worry, we are here to help! No gelatine, albumin, casein or isinglass has been used to make these champagnes, proseccos, cavas and sparkling wines, so they are safe to drink and perfect for any occasion.

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This zingy and elegant champagne is perfect to toast the New Year in style. £39.95. Buy now.

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The perfect rose' with notes of raspberry and redcurrant. Recipient of the silver medal at the International Wine Challenge. £59.99. Buy now.

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Light and lively, this organic champagne by Lanson is fresh, crisp and easy to drink. £45.95

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This prosecco has notes of citrus and peach, perfect for an aperitif. £10.99. Buy now.

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With notes of apples and citrus, this lovely English sparkling wine won the silver medal at the International Wine Challenge. £105 per case. Buy now.


A fresh yet complex champagne with notes of citrus, hazelnuts and fruit, this elegant champagne is perfect to toast a very special occasion. £145 per bottle. Buy now.

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This lively award winning champagne has notes of citrus and makes for an elegant aperitif. £150 per case. Buy now.

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This prosecco is 'semi-sparkling' which makes it perfect for breakfast toasts and is very easy on the palate being light and gently fruity in flavour. It is an easy and versatile all rounder that will work paired with canapes or in a mimosa and it is organic to boot. £10.99. Buy now.

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With hints of honey and fresh fruit, this complex champagne is elegant and oh so drinkable! £32.99. Buy now.

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A complex and delicious cava with floral, pear and lemon notes. £7.99. Buy now.