We've picked a selection of great value, easy drinking reds from Spain, Australia, New Zealand, Portugal, France and Chile that all happen to be suitable for a vegan diet too. This means that the winemakers have confirmed they use production methods that do not use animal products. These make an ideal accompaniment to vegan dishes or can also be enjoyed on their own.
Les Chiens, Catalans Rouge
A blend of Carignan and Grenache Noir from the North Catalan region of Roussillon in deep souther France. Full of black cherries and blackberries with a hint of smokeyness with light tannins and fresh acidity.
Encosta da Vinha Tinto
A great value Portuguese red with fresh berry flavours like cassis, cherry and cranberry which follow on to a soft texture on the palate and an appealing fruity finish balanced with hint of liquorice and lick of acidity.
One Chain 'The wrong' Un', Shiraz Cabernet 2020
A rich, well-balanced example of the Aussie classic blend. Lush black fruits coupled with touches of woodspice, liquorice and cassis follow through to a delicious, velvety finish.
Manoso, Rioja Joven Tempranillo
A lovely, juicy unoaked Rioja. This is soft, fruity young Tempranillo with red berry and cherry fruit that has a hint of anise.
Los Espinos Merlot Reserva
A great value wine from Chile. This Merlot ticks all the right boxes. Really mellow and easy drinking with juicy, plummy fruit.
Man Meets Mountain, Malbec
A classic Argentinian Malbec aged for a short time in French oak barrels just to soften the tannins and bring the fruit together. There's an abundance of blueberrys, blackberries and ripe, juicy plums with a rich, warming finish.