Canned wine is no longer a fad, it’s a $45 million business. CNBC reported that sales of canned wine grew 43 percent in the U.S. from June 2017 to June 2018.

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While canned wine is still a tiny portion of the wider industry, it is one of the fastest growing categories thanks to the millennial drinker.

The Francis Coppola Winery was among the first to catch on to the potential for canned wine, debuting its 187ml Sofia Minis – a blend of Pinot Blanc, Riesling and Muscat – in 2004 in an effort to make premium wine more convenient. Canned wines’ biggest advantage continues to be their convenience.

*They are easy to transport
*Easy to chill
*No Wine opener needed
*They are 100% recyclables
*They are single serve
*Able to go places glass is not welcome
*Light weight

Who should consider using CANS vs BOTTLES
*Golf Courses
*Pool side bars, Lake side bars
*Accounts that are beer dominate that want to serve a nice wine without waste
*Accounts near Lakes, Hiking Trails, Sporting events
*Caterers: You can ice down the cans and if you do not use the wine no worries, there are no labels to worry about.
*Ski areas
*Dance Clubs