2016.02. Vegan Wine in English media and in The Oxford Companion to Wine. Still one of the best articles is The Times article from 2008 and the following selection
The Times /Jane MacQuitty 2008.08.30 Vegan wines. Once cranky, now mainstream. Vegan and vegetarian-approved wines are increasingly being sought by drinkers, including Times readers.
The Telegraph 2014.05.02 The rise of 'vegetarian' wine. Vegans, as well as those with allergies, will welcome a new generation of wines made without the use of egg whites.
Guardian 2010.07.18 Wine for vegetarians and vegans. Be careful what you buy, says the Observer's wine writer – and try his six recommended bottles. David Williams on wine
Winespectator.com 2015.12.31 What does it mean for a Champagne or other sparkling wine to be vegan? Isn't all wine vegan?
Winespectator.com 2015.12.03 Big-Name Champagnes Go Vegan. Vegan Champagne isn’t precisely all the rage, but it’s certainly gaining momentum, and not just for those looking for a sparkler to pair with their Tofurkey. Dom Pérignon, Veuve Clicquot, Piper Heidsieck, Taittinger, and now Duval-Leroy have let it be known that their bubbles are vegan.
Decanter 2015.11 Duval-Leroy announces vegan Champagne move
Harpers Wine and Spirit Trade Review, 2014.07.29 Ethos to offer vegetarian wine list to London diners. A new vegetarian restaurant boasting not only a meat-free menu, but a vegan and vegetarian wine list is to open in London in September.
Winespectator 2012.06.14 John "The Spider" Salley's Bug-Friendly Vegan Wines.
Guardian 2007.04.29 http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2007/apr/29/foodanddrink.shopping3Red, white or vegetarian, madam? Meat by-products in wine? Tim Atkin chooses 12 vegetarian wines. 'You're a what?' an Italian wine producer asked a friend of mine on a press trip a few years ago. 'Do you like men?' She'd just explained that, as a vegetarian, she wasn't that keen on eating the pile of Parma ham on the plate in front of her
The Times 2014.04.13 Brussels tramples Europe's natural Wine rebels. FROM Burgundy to Chianti, makers of "natural wine" are staging a rebellion against the diktats of national governments and Brussels, claiming the right to make wine just as their ancestors did without even using the additives allowed for organic wine. Ten years after his controversial documentary Mondovino, which denounced the globalisation of the wine industry, director Jonathan Nossiter champions the rebels' cause in Natural Resistance, to be shown at the Cannes film festival next month. "This isn't a hippie-leftie thing, this is a revolution which unites winemakers of all kinds - rich and poor, left and right, small and big. The Italian wine growers in my film say bollocks to the rules for organic wine, which allow up to 40 chemical additives, ..
New York Times - Special Online Veggie /Vegan Areas http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/subjects/v/vegetarianism/index.html Vegan http://topics.nytimes.com/topics/reference/timestopics/subjects/v/veganism/index.html