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Casa Santos Lima is a family-owned wine company in Portugal. It has been at the forefront of the Portuguese wine industry since the 19th Century, although wines have only been made under the Santos Lima name since 1996. It is l...


Stones and Bones Red Blend was grown in a Jurassic landscape, littered with ancient boulders and dinosaur fossils. Blending terrific Touriga nacional, sensual Syrah, spicy Tinta Roriz and intense Alicante Bouschet produced a truly mammoth wine. A unique experience of dark berry and ripe bramble fruit envelope in aromatic, smooth vanilla and cedar toast.


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Not far away, and soil pit two. This is completely different, with large stones, and lots more evidence of roots interrogating the soil. The stones are white, because although they are of alluvial origin (river pebbles), they are covered in limestone that has percolated through the soil and then, because of the low rainfall here, has accumulated on the stones. This terroir makes the White Stones Chardonnay.


Grown at 4,500 feet above sea level, exposing the vines equally to cool nights and intense sunlight, Bones and Stones are both harvested and aged in French oak barrels. Yet they taste startlingly different. The ground beneath the Stones vineyard is covered with rocks from an ancient river bed, stressing the vines through the gravelly, well-drained soil and driving more sugars into the grapes themselves, resulting in a fuller-bodied style of wine. The White Bones Chardonnay grows on soil rich with limestone deposits and calcium, which affects the way the roots penetrate the soil, drawing an earthy minerality into the wine and leaving it leaner and brighter. Some words you have to taste to understand, and Bones and Stones turned me into a terroir believer.


"White Bones" makes reference to a spot of vines planted over a patch of gravel on the topsoil, and thick layers of calcareous deposits and limestone in the subsoil. Fossilized animal bones can be found among this layers. This are remains of animals and fish that lived in stream bed area.


The nose lively citrus notes and white stone fruit . The palate is a voluptuous wine with intense flavors of pear, apple and subtle floral and mineral hints . The finish is long and clean with a strong mineral side.


The is a rich, full-bodied Chardonnay that nonetheless possesses a crisp acidity making it the perfect foil for meatier fish like tuna and swordfish as well as seafood dishes prepared with butter and cream. Try this wine with a dish like Roasted Monkfish with Cardinal Sauce for an unforgettable meal.


Bodega Catena Zapata is one of Argentina's high altitude Malbec pioneers. The Catena family began making wine in Mendoza in 1902. Nicolas Catena, third generation family vintner, was one of the first to see the potential of Mendoza's mountain vineyards for producing high quality Malbec. In 1994, he became the first Argentine to exprot a world-class bottling of Malbec under the Catena label. Nicolas is joined by his daughter, Dr. Laura Catena, in their relentless pursuit of world-class quality from the family's high altitude vineyards. Laura has done extensive work in introducing Malbec and other varietal plant selections, soil and climate analysis, and sustainable practices throughout Mendoza. Head winemaker, Alejandro Vigil, has been at Catena Zapata since 2002 and works with Laura and Nicolas to make wines that express the family's vineyards and palate.


For many wine lovers, Mendoza is practically synonymous with Malbec. Originally a Bordelaise variety brought to Argentina by the French in the mid-1800s, here it found success and renown that it never knew in its homeland where a finicky climate gives mixed results. Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Merlot and Pinot Noir are all widely planted here as well (and sometimes even blended with each other or Malbec). Mendoza's main white varieties include Chardonnay, Torrontés, Sauvignon Blanc and Sémillon.


Use this frequently updated list to find widely distributed vegan wines, vegan champagne, and vegan wine spritzers! Many bottles listed here are under $15, most are under $20, and all (except genuine French Champagnes) are under $30.


*Please note that some winemakers change their methods from year to year, depending on the quality of their grapes. This list will be updated often, but please know the most recent information I have comes from Barnivore.com.


* LABEL NOTE: Little Black Dress updated their label a few years ago. Some online shops (like Drizly, currently) still display images of the old label. Their white wines are vegan regardless of the label!


Decoy is a brand under the larger Duckhorn Vineyards (also vegan, but much pricier!), and their wines are all vegan. This was even confirmed by one of their own vegan employees! Decoy bottles sell from $17-$25.


Bogle is another one of my go-to wines as I can usually find their Sauvignon Blanc at our local liquor stores, and I love that they have a whole page dedicated to their sustainability measures! Bogle has confirmed that their Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc are always vegan, but note that their red wines vary from year to year. Price per bottle is usually $9-$11.


Fortunately, the entire Fat Cat line is vegan! In addition to their reds, they also make a Chardonnay and Pinot Grigio. Their parent company, the Bronco Wine Company, has numerous vegan wines under their name, so I love supporting them. Bottles typically range from $8-$11.


I combined Red Truck and Green Truck because these vegan wines are owned by the same vineyard; the distinction being that Green Truck wines are organic. Every wine in both of their lines is vegan! Bottles typically range from $10-$14.


Picket Fence is another wine owned by the Bronco Wine Company, and also one of their more widely distributed! Their whites are vegan as well. Their prices are slightly higher than others on this list, with reds typically ranging from $15-$19 per bottle.


Totally using this next time. I usually spend 20 minutes in the store typing names into barnivor. Eventually someone asks me if I need help and when I say I need a vegan wine they have no idea. Last time the clerk pulled out his phone to tell me about barnivor. This is usually when I give up.


When most people think of Portuguese wines, the first thing that comes to mind is a fortified wine like Porto. However, Portuguese wines have been making strides in the non-fortified, or table wines arena and these are much more substantial and varied in nature. With more than 250 varieties of grapes found in the country, there is much to explore. Judges from the London Wine Competition tasted their way through the many entries from Portugal and found these to be the clear winners.


Awarding the finest wines from around the world, the London Wine Competition has been recognizing top-quality wines from diverse regions for four years. These wines have been blind-tasted and judged by some of the UK's most celebrated Sommeliers, Master Sommeliers, wine buyers, and industry experts. Highlighted for their exceptional quality, value for money, and packaging, the winners are a sure bet in your list of the best wines, whether to sip at a bar or home.


In addition to the traditional gold, silver, and bronze medals, the London Wine Competition highlights winning wines in special category awards such as Wine of the Year, Winery of the Year, Best in Show Wine (By Country), Best Wine by Varietal, and more.


Flooring the panelists at the London Wine Competition, Quinta do Gradil 1492 was crowned Best in Show by Country (Portugal). The 2019 vintage by Quinta do Gradil is a lively wine with aromatic notes of stone fruit and minerals. Excelling with a gold medal and 94 points, this Portugal wine sets a benchmark with its well-balanced flavours on the palate and is freshly acidic with a 12.5% alcohol content. 041b061a72


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