Vegan fizz

Emma Brown - Nutritionist | 01 Sep, 2019

Many of us are partial to a glass of fizz. But as with table wines, Champagne, prosecco and sparkling wines can contain animal by-products, including milk protein (casesin), egg white, gelatin or isinglass, which is made from fish bladders, meaning that vegans need to be more aware of what they're swilling.

Some top brands including Moet & Chandon, Piper-Heidsieck and Champagne Thienot are completely vegan-friendly. But if you're looking for something more affordable that you can enjoy without draining your wallet, the supermarkets have some great vegan fizz for around (or just over!) a tenner – here's a few:



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Tesco Finest Cremant de Limoux Rose Brut

£12.00, Tesco

A sparkling rose to get you in the party spirit

Available here


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Codorniu 1872 Vintage Brut Cava

£7.99, Ocado

A great prosecco alternative for any addition to any celebration

Available here


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Belletti Prosecco DOC

£5.99, Aldi

One of the best value proseccos, this dry fizz is a great one for celebrating as well as having with light bites

Available here


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Fillipo Sansovino Millesimato Prosecco

£8.50, Asda

A great budget prosecco, one to mix with orange juice for a bucks fizz

Available here


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Dino Prosecco DOC Brut

£7.50, Tesco

A classic go-to party prosecco

Available here



*prices correct at time of publication

Nutritionist Emma Brown (ANutr), MSc Human Nutrition is passionate about how food science applies to the human body, and how the nutrients in what we eat affect us and ultimately have an impact on our health.