Top Vegan Brands Join Forces To Bring Wine And Cheese To Your Doorstep

Each monthly delivery will include one Miyoko's Kitchen cheese, and a bottle of vegan wine
Miyoko's Kitchen offers a variety of vegan cheeses, as well as butter (Photo: Instagram)

The popular vegan cheese company, Miyoko's Kitchen, has joined forces with an existing subscription service, Vegan Wines, to deliver animal-friendly cheese and wine to consumers’ doorsteps.

The monthly subscription service, which previously delivered only wine, will now include a dairy-free cheese product with every delivery.

'The world’s finest'

Miyoko's Kitchen - founded by celebrity chef Miyoko Schinner - offers a wide selection of 'the world’s finest' plant-based cheeses.

Included in the range are products such as Classic Double Cream Chive, and Garlic Herb Cheese Wheels.

Miyoko's products pictured with En Garde's vegan wines (Photo: Instagram)

'Confident' consumers

On the Vegan Wines website, a statement from founder Frances Gonzales, says the company is 'about more than just wine'. 

She added: "During my tastings, I talk with the owner, wine tasting manager, or winemaker. I go directly to the source to verify that the wine is vegan from the soil to the fining and filtering processes. I want our customers to feel confident knowing what’s in their wine."

The delivery service will include Miyoko’s artisanal cheeses from May of this year - and will be available to 46 states in the U.S.

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