Well decided here at mavenfoods, veganism is becoming a big part of everyday life by understanding the process on how wine is produced. So when we were changing our wine list, vegan wines, beers and sparkling wines seemed a good place to be.
Not that we’re saying non vegan wines are bad for you. We just felt that if you were to organise an office party or a reception for colleges, it’s a way to make it easier for you to arrange drinks to suit all tastes so that guests that you may or may not know do not feel excluded.
As wines and even sparkling wines have improved over the years, we have tasted what we have put forward for you. I have to say, we are no experts but know when a wine is not particularly smooth or has strong tanning taste. We have gone for delightful taste and well rounded flavours.
While compiling this list,there are some great traditional brands like taittinger, which you might not have expected, as well as new world wines to drink on sunny afternoons. As we have said, we are not excluding all wines, and are quite happy to source wines you have a preference for, we’re just here to make your guests have a relaxed enjoyable time.
There are some great beers that are vegan and traditional as well as a gluten free beer which still has a great taste.
We are here to make life easier for you to organise drinks, ice, bar equipment and anything else you may need, to suit all your guests needs.