Summer is well and truly here and that means the term “Rosé All Day” is summing up many of our social events and holidays. Due to the category becoming more and more popular every year, we thought we would take a look at just a few of the amazing vegan-friendly rosés on the market in 2022. Here are a few that we found and that our community love!
Round Theory are committed to making great wine in the most sustainable way possible. As part of this process all of their wines are all Vegan Certified.
The Rose: Our Rose has hints of strawberries and blackberries, giving it a soft and luscious texture leading to a clean and dry finish.
Just A Glass
Premium wine curated for the lovers of just a glass. The brand has created a distinctly Australian product that brings wine from paddock to glass. Each grape variety is carefully curated from across Victoria to produce the very best wine – from Mornington Peninsula, Yarra Valley, Rutherglen and Murray Darling regions. Then it’s made and bottled locally in the Otways, by a trusted local team of specialists.
Just a Glass Australia works with the very best Australian talent throughout production – from the grape sourcing and winemaking, to the artistic design and packaging. Every element is Australian made. We’re particularly proud to work with renowned Australian artist Kasey Rainbow. She has captured the Australian essence of our products through her vibrant designs featuring native flora and fauna.
All wines are 100% vegan friendly
The Rose: Just a Glass King Valley Rosé has all the warmth and familiarity of an old friend. A smooth introduction carrying a subtle sweetness with hints of rhubarb and rosewater. A light bodied wine that is best served chilled.
Turkey Flat Winery Rose
About Turkey Flat Wines: Patterns and variations in climate each year are now the basis of our vineyard management. Changing climatic conditions are predicted to significantly impact what have become traditional grape-growing practices in the Barossa Valley. Our climate is predicted to become hotter and drier with rainfall becoming more unpredictable. Potential changes to rainfall include more extreme heavy rain at times resulting in increased erosion. Rainfall during critical growth periods for vines will be less reliable and it will be more challenging to access quality supplementary sources. The performance of our vineyards will be a reflection of our ability to create resilience in response to these changing landscape conditions. At Turkey Flat we are constantly refining our management practices to best suit the challenges ahead.
The Rose: Turkey Flat has created a style crafted with clear purpose to shift perceptions, demonstrating that Australian Rose can be a fine wine and that Barossa is well-placed to be its source. Grenache is the star of the wine and is picked in multiple parcels across the vintage to provide components for a wine that is a masterclass in blending. Read more here.
To make something great, you can’t make sacrifices. You don’t take shortcuts. You can never compromise. At Winesmiths, we believe that great, affordable wine doesn’t have to come at the sacrifice of quality.
That’s why our wines are largely made from a single variety and a single vintage. And why we’ve chosen our packaging to hold our wine’s freshness and flavour for longer, even after it’s been opened for a while. It’s why we ensure our wine is fully vegan, and our practices are environmentally conscious. All so you can enjoy life’s little moments to the full. Because a life without sacrifice is a life well lived.
The Rose: The first sip of Winesmiths Rose is hard to beat. Watermelon pink, this is a wine that is alive with fresh strawberry, Turkish delight and musk aromas that flow through to a refreshingly crisp, dry palate. Read more HERE.
Tamburlaine Organic Wines
Tamburlaine was established in 1966. In 1985 the Hunter winery was purchased by a small group of friends and relatives led by Managing Director, Head of Grape and Wine Production, Mark Davidson. Mark has built his long-term winemaking philosophy around Contemporary Organic practices in the vineyard and the winery. Through years of research and development, we have become one of Australia’s largest producers of organic wines with vineyards in the Hunter Valley and Orange region.
Named after Christopher Marlowe’s famous play and character ‘Tamburlaine the Great’, we work to lead the way with our Contemporary Organics vision, successfully producing award-winning organic, vegan-friendly, low sulphur and no added sulphur wines.
The Rose: Delicate aromas of rose petal and pink grapefruit.
Tart – Daytime Rose
Tart is an Australian wine company aiming to alleviate period poverty and make a delicious rose that’s lower in calories and alcohol % for optimal daytime drinking! They also have amazing branding and social media presence!
The Rose: Bubbly Dry Rosé Wine, only 8% ABV lower alcohol wine, Only 75 calories per 150ml serve
Take a look at their work here.
Tread Softly is a progressively eco-conscious brand committed to reducing its carbon footprint by planting an Australian native tree for every 6 bottles sold.
The Rose: The nose is aromatic and sweetly perfumed with aromas of strawberries and rose petals.
Now, this is just the tip of the iceberg, there are also many other amazing vegan-friendly rose varieties here in Australia and we would love to know what your favourites are?! Let us know in the comments below and be sure to go out and support vegan-friendly wine this Australian summer!
To see more Vegan Wine visit our wine section HERE.