Vodka made from milk? – dairy allergy #milkallergy

This week I heard about an amazing new product being made in Dorset with whey from grass grazed cow’s milk. I can’t drink milk because I’ve got a dairy allergy so I was only half listening, but when I realised they were talking about a vodka made from 100% pure milk my ears pricked up. […]

Dairy free wine from Villa Noria – tested!

Ever wondered just where you are supposed to find dairy and egg free wine with low sulphite levels? The sulphite levels are never declared on labels and it’s virtually impossible to get in contact with wine makers to check. Well Uva wines can do just that, check out their Villa Noria range of dairy and egg free wine with very low sulphite levels too…

Wine that contains milk / dairy – a list of producers

We all know that wine producers should now be labelling their wine to show any added milk, egg and sulphites but how many actually are? How easy is it to find guaranteed freefrom wine in the shops? Here is my small but hopefully growing list. Please help me!

From June 2012 ALL wine MUST label egg and milk

If you suspect that you react to certain wines you will soon be able to check labels with almost 100% certainty of discovering what allergens are really in there. From June 2012 all new wines produced MUST be clearly labelled if they contain dairy, eggs and sulphites. Read on download the Food Standards Agency guidelines.

Should a dairy allergic drink wine containing milk?

Have you ever seen a warning on a wine label saying that it contains milk? I’ve heard that some wines can but rarely actually seen it listed . Recently I consumed half a bottle of wine containing potassium caseinate (from milk) by mistake, so what happened?

Wine! What’s really in it? Can you be allergic to wine?

Would you be suprised to find that your wine might contain fish, egg whites or even dairy? Read more to find out about the hidden nasties in our wine…