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http://server.digimetriq.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Sans-Wine-Cos-First-Ever-Carignan-Bottled-Wine-Now-Available.png St. John’s Helena, CA, 7. January 2021 – Suns Wine Co. recently announced the release of the 750 ml bottle version of Carignan, the organic wine canning company’s first option for bottled wine. The new Carignan bottles are available not only at select independent retailers and liquor stores, but also at Whole Foods Market stores across the country.

Between six hours. January and 2. In March 2021, consumers can purchase a bottle of Carignan at Sans Wine Co.’s grocery store. Sans Wine Co. stands out for its commitment to natural winemaking (nothing added, nothing taken away) and to making wine from organically grown vineyards. Whole Foods Market stores across the country also sell canned wines from Sans’ Wine Co.

Our customers know and love the Sans Wine Co. canned wines in our stores, so we are excited to offer their new 2020 Carignan in our stores as well, says Kathy Wallace, senior premium wine merchant at Whole Foods Market. Given the trend for national Carignan wines and the fact that Sans Wine Co is a trusted natural wine producer, we knew this was the perfect opportunity to launch our first national Carignan at a price our customers could afford.

Sans Wine Co. looks forward to offering our 2020 Carignan to retailers in early 2021, says co-founder Gina Schober. This is a great honor and we also feel validated by the wine buying team’s commitment to offering unique, natural and high quality products to their customers. We are looking forward to sharing our wines with new customers in a fresh (for us!) format. What a great way to start the new year!

The carignan from Sans Wine Co. (12.5% ABV) is made from 100% carignan from organic vineyards aged and dry-grown in the AVA of Mendocino, Northern California. The grapes were harvested, sorted into bunches and fermented with indigenous stainless steel yeasts, carbonic fermentation took place without any manipulation or additives. Sans Wine Co.’s Carignan has aromas of plum, Provence green, violet and rhubarb, with juicy raspberry, cranberry, blueberry and a hint of cinnamon. With supple tannins and a dry finish, this wine should be chilled before drinking.

Sans Wine Co.’s premium canned wines are available online at www.sanswineco.com and in stores nationwide. For more information, visit the website, Instagram (@sanswineco), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/sanswineco) or Twitter (@sanswineco).

Read more about Sans Wine Co.

With no additives, no chemicals and most importantly no pretensions, Sans Wine Co. goes beyond organic with its natural, vintage and vegan certified organic canned wines. From the husband and wife team of Jake Stover and Gina Schober, Sans Wine Co. wines are a great addition to your happy place, or anywhere, because they are conveniently packaged and very tasty! They grow two vineyards at home in the Napa Valley and use no pesticides or herbicides. In French, the word sans means without. For Jake and Gina, their wines are fair without means and their winemaking and aging methods transparent.

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