Wine, in a can?! As featured on Sunday Brunch March 2019!
Yup, absolutely. And very good wine as well, from the brilliant Evan Frazier of Ferdinand Wines. This is just the same wine as in a bottle, but younger - 2017 vintage. Perfect for picnics, glass free events or for a cheeky glass on your home commute.
A can may be unorthodox to you, but it has all sorts of benefits, most importantly for us, the smallest carbon footprint. They’re also airtight, light and easy peasy to recycle.
Attractively fragrant; a savoury and floral wine with orange peel and lime zest, lemongrass, quince and grapefruit aromas and flavors. Lees ageing in neutral oak gives the wine finesse, sophistication, and a hint of nuttiness - a pleasing complement to the variety's balance of natural acidity, slight bitterness, and salty finish. Puts many a Spanish Albarino to shame!
About the Producer
“I practice simple, traditional winemaking. The wines are not inoculated, acidified, nutrified, watered back, and where possible bottled without filtration. I measure my success as a winemaker by wines that are delicious, enjoyable at table, and affordable to drink. The project remains modest but continues to grow. In the coming years I hope to make more wines as I continue to learn but seek to do so organically and independently. I produce only as much as I can make with my own hands.” Evan Frazier