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Thursday 21 December 2023

Enjoy a favourite wine in a can

We don't drink wine the way we used to. 

Wine lovers will have noticed that they can now purchase wines in all manner of alternative packaging; including pouches and flat-plastic bottles. 

Wine in cans is also becoming increasingly popular but don't expect to find your Penfolds Grange or Henschke Hill of Grace in a can any time soon. 

Cans are, however, very handy for any "drink now" wines and perfect for picnics, or a day at the beach. 

One of Australia's highest profile wines, Turkey Flat's Grenache Rosé, has just been released in 250ml cans - and the Barossa producer is excited by the innovation. 

The winery describes its slimline cans as offering "sustainable sophistication". 

"This exciting release not only showcases the timeless charm of Turkey Flat's Rosé but also underlines the winery's commitment to sustainability, convenience, and responsible drinking," owner Christie Schulz says. 

The key features of the new-release cans are: 

#. Eco-friendly packaging: contributing to a reduced environmental footprint. The lightweight and recyclable cans align with the winery's commitment to responsible practices and eco-conscious choices.

#  Convenience meets sustainability: Portable and easy to handle, the cans cater to on-the-go moments. 

#. Responsible drinking advocacy: The portable and portioned nature of the cans facilitates moderation, ensuring that consumers can savour the moment responsibly.

#. Preserving the rosé experience: The can format safeguards the flavours of Turkey Flat Rosé, ensuring freshness and quality remain intact. 

Turkey Flat 2023 Rosé cans are now available for purchase through the Turkey Flat website and Turkey Flat cellar door. See You'll pay around $8 a can. 

Jacobs Creek, with its Le Petit Rosé Spritz, and Paxton Wines, with its low-alcohol NV Silver Sands Rosé, are other producers releasing pink wines in a can for summer, along with Tempus Two with its spritzes in a can. 

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