Canned Wine Is Not A Trend…

…It’s A Movement. Shifting from Instagrammable fad to mainstream staple, the canned wine category is undeniably popular and growing. 

According to Nielsen, off-premise canned wine sales in 2019 grew 79.2 percent. That is enormous in comparison to the mere 1.4 percent increase over the previous year. The number of winemakers canning wine subsequently grew 180 percent (from 125 to 350) between June 2018 and June 2019, according to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania-based wine-in-a-can research firm, WIC Research. It’s evident that the industry is booming, but is it here to stay? One WIC Researcher, Dr. Robert L. Williams, Jr., compared the evolution of canned wine’s perception to that of the screw cap — difficult to initially accept but eventually the innovative convenience laid its way to all retail shelves.

Even the leading, most traditional, E & J Gallo’s have given the more portable, aluminum style packaging a try. The inviting design and casual essence of wine in a can welcomes even the most unlikely to taste the world of wine. 

Insert Rosé Water. About a year ago, Executive Bev launched our very first canned ‘Wine Water’ blend of French dry rosé wine and Austrian Alps sourced pure sparkling water. Each can features light alcohol, low calories and absolutely nothing artificial with two simple high-quality ingredients fit for the active wine enthusiast. In conclusion, we’ve officially joined in on the fun and here are a few reasons why:

Canned Wine - Rosé Water graphicYou’re convinced? Learn more about Rosé Water HERE.


Sources: Kathleen Willcox. SevenFiftyDaily. The Evolution of Premium Canned Wine. | Julia Riddle. Wine Folly. Put Down The White Claw, Try One Of These Canned Wines.