US based, Francis Ford Coppola Winery first popularized the canned wine with the debut of the Sofia Blanc de Blancs in 2004, but the major spike in new entrants is more recent: The number of winemakers canning wine grew 180 percent internationally between June 2018 and June 2019 according to latest data compiled for canned wines.

Trust us—you’ll be a canned wine convert after trying these blends. Extremely portable and easy to enjoy in situations where glasses and bottles might not be appropriate, canned wine is a perfect choice to bring to summer picnics, beach trips, or really anytime you want a no-fuss options to enjoy some vino on the go.

At Uniwine Vintners, we prioritize consumer opinions over wine competitions, which we believe can be biased. Instead of relying on tastings, we let customers rate our wines after trying them, ensuring transparency and trust. We empower customers to make their own choices based on their preferences, without influence from free samples or obligations. At Uniwine, the consumer’s voice is key, and we aim to provide an authentic wine-drinking experience for all.

You might even think that cans are reserved for poor-quality wines, but there are some impressive options out there that will quickly get you onboard with the trend. The aluminium cans impart no residual taste, and really good canned wines are nearly indistinguishable from their bottled counterparts.

There are many advantages to canning wine over selling them in bottles. Cans are lighter, smaller, quicker to chill, easier to open and the wine does not cork. The portability means you can take your canned wine along easily to picnics, the beach or pool, on a hike or enjoy them at a festival. Smaller sizes mean portion control is extremely easy, while also allowing groups of friends to try different high quality wines without wastage. Most importantly Cans are more eco-friendly, recyclable, easier to transport and store, and more convenient for consumers. Infect Cans are the New Normal for beverage industry worldwide.

While producing a tonne of virgin glass bottles from sand requires around ten times less energy than a tonne of virgin aluminium from bauxite, recycled aluminium cans are seen as the most eco-friendly packaging option. Cans can be recycled infinitely with no loss in quality and require 90% less energy than recycling a glass bottle.

Today, cans have an average of 68% recycled content due to widespread recycling technology, with innovators working on producing cans with over 90% recycled content. Logistics emissions are significantly lower using cans rather than bottles: cans are lightweight, stackable, extremely efficient to pack and require much less packaging due to lower breakage rates. Additionally, cans chill much faster, meaning less energy is needed.

Not at all! Canning technology has improved dramatically in the past few years. Aluminium cans are now lined with a water-based polymer which protects the flavours of our wines perfectly. We’ve worked hard with wine-makers, wine technologists and canning companies to bring you the very best experience with our wines. Our grape varieties have been chosen specially to compliment canning and should taste better out of a can than a bottle. If you are still unsure give it a try and you will surely change your mind and we are pretty sure about it.

You may be wondering if canned wine can go bad. Canned wine will not last as long as a comparable glass bottle might. The average shelf life for canned wine is 12 to 18 months, so manufacturers recommend drinking the wine within that time frame.

Canned wine continues to be one of the most rapidly growing wine categories in the United States. Volume sales in Nielsen-tracked channels reached $253 million in the 52 weeks ending March 20, 2021, up 62 percent over the previous 12 months. There are now at least 580 wineries offering more than 1,450 canned wine SKUs.

Our wine cans are 250 ml. – the perfect amount to share for two small glasses of wine. Three cans will be the equivalent to one standard 750 ml. of wine bottle.

For storing and serving, treat canned wine as you would any other premium wine. Store it in a cool and dry place and serve at the appropriate temperature. A good general guideline is “chilled” for whites and rose (55 degrees Fahrenheit) and closer to room temp (65 degrees Fahrenheit) for reds.

The Pros of Canned Wine: For white wine drinkers, the humble can chills much faster than the traditional glass bottle, which is a definite plus. Canned wine tends to be inexpensive, and if you’re trying to do your bit to reduce your carbon footprint, a can does offer some recycling benefits over a glass bottle.

The simple answer is wine can be frozen. It freezes at a lower temperature than water because of its alcohol content but will freeze at the temperature of most home freezers, at about 15 degrees F. It is safe to drink wine that has been frozen. Freezing can alter the taste, but many people detect only slight changes.

When people see canned wine for the first time, many ask, “Do you drink canned wine in the can?” You can choose to drink canned wine directly from the can, or you can pour it into a glass or plastic wine glass.

The wine spritzer is a simple wine-based cocktail. Formed from just three ingredients — wine, soda, and Flavors —it’s possibly one of the easiest drinks to mix up for friends in a hurry.

For wine enthusiasts, mixing wine with other ingredients gives everyone a new way to experience the flavour and aroma of his or her favourite wine.

Like hard seltzer & spritzers, canned cocktails appeal to consumers who choose their alcoholic drinks based on convenience and taste. However, ready-to-drink cocktails are usually more premium because their base is made from real spirits, not the sugar or malt found in hard seltzer or lemonade.

The global canned wines market size was valued at USD 211.4 million in 2020 and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13.2% from 2021 to 2028.

Yes, Fuze Wine is suitable for vegans/vegetarians. We do not use any animal products in the production process.

Fuze Wine is crafted with a blend of premium wines and all nectar ingredients to produce a refreshing and ellervesed  beverage hat gives a distinct flavor profile that sets it apart from other wines.

We have a variety of Red , Rose and White wines that are placed well with a large variants of food . Below is the list of suggested food pairing with our classy wines.

  1. Red Wines
  • Cabernet Sauvignon: Grilled meats, lamb, beef, strong cheeses.
  •  Shiraz : Grilled or Roasted meats , Spicy Dishes , Hard Cheeses , Barbecue dishes , Mushroom dishes

    2) White Wines

  • Sauvignon Blanc: Seafood, goat cheese, salads with vinaigrette.
  • Chenin Blanc – Seafood , Asian Cuisine , Soft Cheeses, Poultry , Spicy Foods.

c) Sparkling Wines:

  • Sparkling Rose Wine – Oysters , Charcuterie , Caprese salad , Grilled shrimp , Fresh berries , Sushi
  • Sparkling White Wine – Caviar , Lobster , Brie cheese , Fruit tart , Chicken satay , Seafood risotto , White chocolate mousse.

d )Rosé Wines

  • Dry Rosé: Grilled vegetables, salads, light pasta dishes.
  • Sweet Rosé: Spicy dishes, barbecue, fruity desserts.

To preserve the quality and flavour of Fuze Wine, store it in a cool, dark place, away from direct sunlight and temperature fluctuations. Keep the bottles lying down to ensure the cork stays moist.

– If you have any questions, concerns, or feedback, our customer support team is here to assist you. Reach out to us at +91 880 082 9884.

Hopout Wine is India’s first hopped wine, blending the richness of traditional wine with the aromatic essence of hops. The result is a refreshing and innovative flavour that sets it apart from other wines.

Hopout Wine is available at selected retail locations. Check our “Find Us” page for the nearest stores carrying this unique hopped wine.

Fuze Wine hosts exclusive events, tastings, and experiences. Stay informed about our upcoming events by following us on social media platforms for the latest updates.

Yes, Fuze Wine offers a convenient and portable option with our canned wines. Our selection includes Crafted Wines , Wine Sparklers , Sparkling Wine , Fuze Canned Wines , Wine cocktails, Perfect for on-the-go enjoyment!

Absolutely! Our commitment to sustainability extends to our packaging. The cans are recyclable, contributing to our efforts to minimize our environmental footprint.

– Yes, we offer customized wine experiences for special occasions. Contact our events team +91 880 082 9884 to discuss how we can make your event memorable with Fuze Wine.

Hopout Wine pairs exceptionally well with Spicy Foods:Hopout Hopped Wine can stand up well to the heat of spicy dishes. Try it with spicy chicken wings, spicy Thai or Indian cuisine, or even spicy tacos.

  • Grilled Meats:

The hoppy notes in the wine can complement the smokiness of grilled meats. Consider pairing it with barbecued chicken, grilled sausages, or a juicy burger.

  • Sharp Cheeses:

The hoppy flavors can balance well with the richness of sharp cheeses. Opt for aged cheddar, gouda, or blue cheese for a delightful combination.

  • Citrusy Dishes:

The bright, citrusy notes in the wine can pair nicely with dishes that incorporate lemon, lime, or orange flavors. Think about pairing it with citrus-marinated seafood or a lemon-infused chicken dish.

  • Sushi and Seafood:

The refreshing and hoppy characteristics can work well with the clean flavours of sushi and seafood. Consider pairing it with sushi rolls, ceviche, or grilled fish.

Stay tuned for announcements on upcoming releases and limited-edition Fuze Wines. We often introduce new and exciting varieties to keep your wine experience fresh and exciting.

Join our community by participating in Fuze Wine events and engaging with us on social media. Share your Fuze Wine experiences using our dedicated hashtag to connect with fellow wine enthusiasts.

1: Should I drink Fuze wine in a can or glass?
A: It is recommended to drink Fuze wine from a glass. Glasses offer better understanding of the wine’s flavor profile and aroma compared to cans.Additionally, glasses provide a traditional wine-drinking experience, allowing for proper aeration and appreciation of the wines characteristics.

2:How do I store and serve Fuze Canned Wine?
A: For those impromptu outdoor gatherings or picnics, don’t stress too much about rigidly adhering to temperature guidelines. If you happen to toss Fuze Wine cans into a cooler for a picnic and they end up a tad cooler than the recommended “rulebook” temperature, that’s absolutely fine. Ultimately, it’s about relishing the moment and the camaraderie you share. So, feel free to embrace the adaptability and let your personal preferences take the lead. After all, what truly matters is unwinding, enjoying, and savoring every delightful sip of your Fuze Wine, regardless of the environment or temperature.

Q: How long is the fuze canned wine good for? Can you age it?
A: Fuze Wine cans are made to be enjoyed right away, with the best flavors and aromas shining within 18 months of when they were canned. Our wine makers carefully select and can small batches, ensuring each sip stays fresh. While the wine stays good for longer, we believe it’s meant to be savored now, not stored away. So, enjoy the lively flavors of our canned wines without worrying about aging them further, and relish the ease of trying something fresh straight from the canning line.

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