Wine on the Go with Canned Wines: Crush On This Episode 47 - Please The Palate
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Wine on the Go with Canned Wines: Crush On This Episode 47

We all love a bottle of wine and the sound of pulling out the cork. When screw caps came along, that seemed like the solution for wine-on-the-go as you no longer had to have a wine opener handy. But, if you like to go to the beach, go camping, or do any other outdoor or on-the-go activity, a glass bottle of wine is not ideal for many reasons including the weight of the bottle and the breakability of the glass. What is perfect for outdoor and on-the-go activities is wine in a can! Canned wine is transportable, environmentally friendly, and most of all quaffable.

Allison, Christine, and Cindy share three quality canned wines and will tell you why canned wine is great when you are on the go. 

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Allison’s wine: Sans Wine Co 2019 Rose, Poor Ranch in Hopland, Mendocino ($10 USD)

Cindy’s wine: Santa Julia Tintillo, Malbec and Bonarda, Mendoza, Argentina ($6 USD)

Christine’s wine: Stag’s Hollow Winery Muscat Frizzante Okanagan Valley, B.C. VQA ($7.49 CAD / 4pack $29.96 CAD)



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