by Emily Neill
Don’t put your flutes away though because a lot of prosecco brands are vegan friendly!
Most prosecco is 100% vegan-friendly, but this depends on how the wine is clarified in a process called fining. Some prosecco isn’t due to the use of animal products as fining agents. Look out for the brands that use non-vegan fining agents such as gelatin (animal protein), casein (milk protein), albumin (egg whites) and isinglass (fish bladder protein). Don’t put your flutes away though because plenty of prosecco brands are vegan friendly!
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What is fining?
Fining is a winemaking process that aims to clarify and stabilize a wine, usually to improve it’s aroma or colouration by flushing out certain elements that cause the wine to look hazy or taste bitter.
Emily is our Content and Community Assistant by day, and qualified PT by… later that day. She couldn’t live without exercise (makes sense) so can usually be spotted in her favourite spin class, with our Three Mushroom Risotto for afters.