ISSUE #20: Wine Cans!

Are you one of the few holdouts in the U.S. who has not yet cracked the top on a can of wine?  You can do it; yes, you can (and should)!

Cans: They’re portable, more suitable for individual portioning, easily recyclable, no cork spoilage for obvious reasons, and they’re very affordable. Blind taste tests also show wine in cans taste like wine from a bottle. Precept Wine has always been an early innovator of wine formats (and varieties) and consumers have spoken! Almost as validating, so have the tough-to-please traditional wine media. Recently, we were delighted to see the Wall Street Journal recommending our House Wine Brut Bubbles can as an easy-drinker, photo and all!

One of our recent can wine releases is Day Drinking by Little Big Town, a collaboration with the beloved country music group The line of 375ml cans (that’s the equivalent of half a bottle) come in Southern Peach, Rosé Bubbles and Watermelon Rosé varieties.

And best for last: Browne Family Vineyards has just released two canned varieties of its own: Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon in 375ml size! You can get these at either Browne Family Vineyards tasting room and through select Washington state retailers. With cans being the fastest-growing format for wine in the US, and because you already love Browne wine, it’s time YOU also tried our wine in cans!