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The Vegan Vine Sauvignon Blanc (5)

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The Vegan Vine Sauvignon Blanc 5-Pack
$49.99 $̶8̶5̶.̶0̶0̶ 41% off List Price
2010 The Vegan Vine Sauvignon Blanc, Central Coast

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aar0n5150


quality posts: 3 Private Messages aar0n5150

Wait...isn't it all vegan??

Apparently not:
http://www.thekitchn.com/as-it-is-vegan-week-136676

intodogs


quality posts: 3 Private Messages intodogs

Oak or stainless??

michilli40


quality posts: 2 Private Messages michilli40

what exactly are the 'animal products' used in traditional wine making process?????

pherrick


quality posts: 2 Private Messages pherrick

So this is the first time this wine has been offered?

WLAURENT


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I will wait for the Carnivore version.

WLAURENT


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michilli40 wrote:what exactly are the 'animal products' used in traditional wine making process?????



The fining agents that help clarify the wine are typically milk, egg or gelatin by-products.

michilli40


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WLAURENT wrote:The fining agents that help clarify the wine are typically milk, egg or gelatin by-products.



Ah thanks, I was a bit worried there-got to thinking the old saying 'Hair of the dog' had new meaning when it came to wine.

Turxey


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WLAURENT wrote:...typically milk, egg or gelatin by-products.


...and the Rats ;)
Don't forget the floating Rats & Pigeons...
(Fish swim bladders? Or is that just beer?)