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The Five Best Vegan Proseccos

by Toni Olukiran

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Whether you’ve got something to celebrate or want to serve up your Sunday brunch with a mimosa on the side, here are the best vegan prosecco bottles to get your hands on.

Prosecco Cartizze Zucchetto, £24.50

Cartizze Zucchetto

source: Fortnum and Mason

This prosecco from Fortnum and Mason is great for any celebratory occasions, pairing nicely with deeply savoury dishes thanks to its fruity and slightly sweet notes. Apple, apricot and peach give it delicate flavour and is a perfect balance of dryness and fizz. For anyone planning a nice dinner or intimate meal, this would be a great pairing.

Follador Prosecco Superiore Torri di Credazzo, £11.99

bottle of Follador prosecco

source: Waitrose

For a prosecco that is just as tasty paired with vegan cheese and olives as it is simply sipped on its own, add a bottle of this to your basket. With medium dryness but very crisp, this prosecco has lovely notes of apple and rose. Pair with your favourite creamy pasta dish for a little taste of summer. 

Giol Prosecco Frizzante 2017, £12

Giol prosecco

source: Abel & Cole

This pick from Abel and Cole is an allplants favourite. A balanced fizz, dryness and robust flavour profile — including notes of zesty lemon, pear and apple. It’s incredibly light and very, very easy to drink. An all-rounder sure to suit all of your prosecco-popping events. 

Plaza Centro Prosecco, £7

Plaza Centro bottle

source: Tesco

This pick is great for blow-out brunches and afternoon teas. With notes of pear, grapefruit and cream, this is a lovely option for when you’re mixing sweet and savoury food, and is also great with a little orange juice for a brunch cocktail. 

Freixenet Prosecco, £12

Freixenet prosecco

source: Waitrose

This prosecco is light and refreshing, and it's great to sip on its own or have alongside nibbles and appetizers. Notes of citrus, honey and apple give this a crisp taste but with a gentle fizz that makes it very drinkable. Overall, it’s a nice and balanced prosecco to be had casually or celebratory. 

Got a favourite vegan-friendly prosecco not on this list? Let us know down in the comments.


By Toni Olukiran
Toni Olukiran

Toni is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants, and when she’s not writing posts about everything from Jamaican cooking to vegan champagne, she’s making a Spotify playlist (she was at 200, at her last count) or playing tennis in the park.

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