Will Canned Ros? Be the Drink of the Summer?

Will Canned Ros Be a Drink of a Summer?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.

Also a trend for 2016? Drinking wine out of a can, which means this summer you can be doubly trendy as well as splash ros out of a can. Yep, canned ros is a thing which exists.

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.

Photo courtesy of @thatroselife