Chile is home to a growing number of wineries producing vegan wines. These wines are made without the use of animal products or by-products in the winemaking process, and many are also produced using sustainable and environmentally friendly farming methods.
Chilean winemakers use different methods to produce vegan wines, such as using alternative fining agents such as bentonite clay or pea protein to remove impurities from the wine. Some wineries also use organic or biodynamic farming practices to grow their grapes, which can improve soil health and reduce the need for synthetic pesticides and fertilizers.
Examples of Chilean vegan wines are those made from Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Carmenere grapes. Many of these wines are also labeled as organic or natural, indicating that the winemaker has taken steps to reduce their impact on the environment and promote sustainable winemaking practices.