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Five Reasons to Drink Wine from a Can

Ok, so we’re biased. And we do love cracking open a bottle on the odd occasion. But cans! Join the revolution folks, you’ve seen the hype, now it’s time to find out what all the fuss is about.

You can take a tinny anywhere

Within reason. We’re talking beach, picnic, barbecue, festival, camping – you know the drill. Long train journey? Canned wine is your friend. It’s convenient, easy to throw in your bag, and most importantly, you don’t need to bring a glass.

It solves those ‘just one glass’ occasions

Sorry what? Yes, they do exist. Ever fancied a glass of fizz but no one else does? Say hello to the can. And if you feel like sharing, then well, just buy more than one…#WinningAllRound

It’s a bit of a lightweight

Cans are much lighter to transport than glass from source to customer (x17 lighter at equivalent volume if you’re asking) so have a lower carbon footprint.

Which is good.

It’s the superpower of the recycling world

Around 70% of aluminium cans are recycled globally, the highest of any recyclable resource. They’re almost always recycled back in to themselves, as opposed to plastics or glass which are often ‘down-cycled’. The recycled material back on shelf in as little as 60 days. True story.

It keeps the wine super-fresh

Light, fruity and fizzy wines are exactly what you want in a can – the wine stays super-fresh and you can cool your cans faster than it takes to say ‘make mine a large one’. Or whatever.

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