We all know ros is a legit trend with sales of reward imported ros wines in a United States rising 41 percent upon volume as well as 53 percent upon value in 2014 alone, according to Nielsen research.
Underwood Wines, an Oregon company, is offering ros in approachable as well as ready-to-travel 375-milliliter cans. (Tasting notes include strawberry, watermelon as well as peach.)
Lila Wines offers a canned ros from Provence, France, which a website describes as light, frail as well as savoury with aromas of fresh watermelon,strawberries as well as a hint of minerality. It goes on: This Ros is dry as well as lovely with lingering flavors of red berries as well as orange peel.Pairs well with everything from lobster as well as herbed butter to a elementary BLT sandwich.
Those who want to eschew a bottle as well as splash pink can also do so with The Drop Ros Wine. The 2015 California dry ros (11 percent A.B.V.) comes in a 250-milliliter can, is sole in four-packs as well as is targeted squarely at millennial drinkers male as well as womanlike who may be looking for a canned-beverage alternative to beer.
The Drops makers (recent Columbia Business School alumni) definitely have their pitch down.Their website boasts: This Ros is all about Summer Light as a 4 day work week; a bit of fruit upon a nose gives way to first category crispness, finished with a high-five of minerality. Dont be fooled by a can, THIS IS NOT YOUR AUNTS PINK ZIN.
Other offered points include portability (It can go wherever our drinker is from beaches, pools, music festivals, boats, golf courses, to up a mountain in their pack) as well as preference (It is a package as well as glass in one no need to move cups or a corkscrew).
Of course, they may be looking at hold up through ros-colored glasses or aluminum.
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