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Is vin de madère vegan?

Vin de madère is potentially vegan - it can be derived from plants or animals. You should ask the manufacturer for more details.

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So, what is vin de madère?

Vin de Madère, or Madeira wine, is a fortified wine produced in the Madeira Islands of Portugal. This unique wine is made by heating and oxidizing the wine, a process called estufagem, which gives it a distinct caramelized, nutty flavor. Vin de Madère comes in several styles, from dry to sweet, and is often used in cooking as a flavorful ingredient in sauces and desserts. Its long shelf life and complex flavor profile make it a popular choice for both cooking and sipping on its own. With its rich history and unique flavor, Vin de Madère is a must-try for wine enthusiasts and foodies alike.

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