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Vintae Vegan Wine

Posted on December 11, 2017 by The VRG Blog Editor

By Arielle Burgdorf

Vintae, a Spanish company run by José Miguel Arambarri and his family dating back generations, has released a new line of vegan red wines called Matsu. The wines come from the Toro region in central Spain, an area known for its old vineyards. The theme of the line is the aging process, and each of the four wines represents a different stage in life.

Suitable for vegetarians and vegans, the company employs a biodynamic winemaking philosophy, meaning there is minimal interference with the grapes, and the wines are unfiltered, leaving more of the original taste and forgoing animal ingredients common in processing. The Matsu collection has already won many awards and received high scores from wine tasters.

Ranging in price from $15-$50, the wines are fairly affordable for the quality. If you like wine, find out where to get a bottle near you at and enjoy with a nice, sharp vegan cheese.

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