Graham + Fisk's Wine in a Can neatly responds to fans of hard seltzer, offering a first-rate bubbly wine collection alternative to White Claw and Truly and their many imitators. I sampled (last month) the rosé; today I'm enjoying the white - and each version made a very positive impression. The white is dry but still engaging, bubbly, and a very light touch on the tongue. Goes down easy; doesn't fill you up but 12.5% it has a respectable punch per 250 ml can. Working with the company online has proved to be seamless - customer service helped out immediately when I had questions during the delivery process (we all have to fine-tune delivery when alcohol is the product being delivered, so that someone of legal age is available to accept the package). Once the delivery protocol was established the product readily and easily landed. Their white wine with bubbles is tangy, nicely bubbled, and looks very appealing in a wine glass (even moreso in a pint glass sporting a Grateful Dead bear and some ice). It was (pretty close to) 5 o'clock on a weekday when I paired the bubbly white with some pistachio nuts, all to good effect. Having a very tasty bubbly wine delivered to my door was very welcome indeed. Cheers!
With the Potomac River to the east and Old Town Alexandria, Virginia to the west, Ms. Rosé Summer Bubbles Wine-in-a-Can makes her debut at the close of business in NoVA, ninety minutes before what will become a glorious sunset in Northern Virginia. We're spotlighting a star from a box of Graham + Fisk's Summer Bubbles. Ms. Rosé appears in the foreground with China Cat in the immediate background (resting peacefully on a tie-dyed towel), and a Son of Heaven terra cotta warrior in the far background (and if you look really closely, Champ, the house's chocolate lab, in the right foreground). Ms. Rosé is elegantly cloaked in a chilled and chill retro vintage Grateful Dead Bear pint glass, accompanied by a Suntory tumbler filled with pistachio nuts. Cheers!
Jess and Random J.
Love this wine!
I love the dogs on the can! I would LOVE if there was a white wine option with a pinot Grigio or sauvignon blanc as I'm not the biggest Chardonnay fan.