La Marca Luminore Prosecco Superiore is Not Vegan Friendly

by La Marca
Address: Hayward, California
USA
Phone: 877-628-4462
Fax:
Email: http://www.lamarcaprosecco.com/contact
URL: https://www.lamarcaprosecco.com/
Checked by: Angela
Double checked by: Mindy, Phalyn, Kayla, Megan, Spencer, AngelA
Added: over 8 years ago
Double Checked: 4 months ago

Company email (June 2022)
"During the winemaking process the wine is filtered with fining agents. These are recognized as traditional methods for wine fining and clarifying. Many of these fining agents are derived from animals, some include: Milk, Fish, Eggs, Gelatin (Beef and/or Pork). Generally, none of these products remain in the wine because they are removed by filtration prior to bottling."

Company email (May 2021)
"During the winemaking process the wine is filtered with fining agents. These are recognized as traditional methods for wine fining and clarifying. Many of these fining agents are derived from animals, some include: Milk, Fish, Eggs, Gelatin (Beef and/or Pork)."

Company email (July 2020)
"During the winemaking process the wine is filtered with fining agents. These are recognized as traditional methods for wine fining and clarifying. Many of these fining agents are derived from animals, some include: Milk, Fish, Eggs, Gelatin (Beef and/or Pork)."

Company email (September 2016):
"Our winemakers tell us that gelatin and proteins from animal or fish products and milk or eggs have been used in winemaking for centuries and are recognized as traditional methods for wine fining, or clarifying."

Company email (December 2015):
"We have researched your inquiry and can tell you that La Marca® Prosecco does not contain milk, eggs, honey.

"Our winemakers tell us that gelatin and proteins from animal or fish products and milk or eggs have been used in winemaking for centuries and are recognized as traditional methods for wine fining, or clarifying. Generally, none of these products remain in the wine because they are removed by filtration prior to bottling. A few of our premium wines that undergo minimal or no filtration prior to bottling are exceptions and therefore may not be completely free of animal products. We hope that with this information you can make an informed decision that meets your dietary needs."

Company email (October 2014):
"Our winemakers tell us that gelatin and proteins from animal or fish products and milk or eggs have been used in winemaking for centuries and are recognized as traditional methods for wine fining, or clarifying. Generally, none of these products remain in the wine because they are removed by filtration prior to bottling. A few of our premium wines that undergo minimal or no filtration prior to bottling are exceptions and therefore may not be completely free of animal products. We hope that with this information you can make an informed decision that meets your dietary needs."

Note from Angela (April 2014):
"Hello, I was looking on the website for a certain brand of prosecco and I could not find it. So I called the company to ask if it was vegan and it is not. The brand is La Marca Prosecco and it is filtered with a gelatin that is beef derived. "

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