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Fizz, Pop, Sip: The Sparkling Wine Trend Taking Over in Cans


Welcome back, wine lovers! It's time for our weekly newsletter, "Can't Get Enough 38 Wine." Today, we're diving into the latest trend that's taking the wine world by storm: canned sparkling wine, and more specifically, the refreshing and delicious fizzy Rosé from Nomikai.

Why has canned sparkling wine become so popular? Firstly, it's incredibly convenient. With cans, you don't have to worry about carrying a bottle opener or keeping the wine chilled. Plus, cans are lightweight and portable, making them perfect for outdoor activities like picnics and beach days.

But that's not all. Canned sparkling wine is also eco-friendly, with a lower carbon footprint than bottled wine. And the taste? Just as delicious as its bottled counterparts, with the added bonus of being able to enjoy it without committing to a full bottle.

One of the most interesting things about canned sparkling rosé is the way the bubbles are made. Unlike some traditional bottled sparkling wines, which undergo a secondary fermentation process in the bottle, canned sparkling wine is carbonated like soda, resulting in larger, fizzier bubbles that give it a unique mouthfeel and taste.

Furthermore, canned sparkling wine tends to have a lighter, fruitier taste compared to bottled sparkling wine. This is because canned wine is often made from grapes picked at lower sugar levels, resulting in a lower alcohol content and a more refreshing taste.

Nomikai's canned sparkling rosé is a prime example of this trend. Made with grapes grown in California, this fizzy pink drink boasts a perfect blend of juicy strawberries, tangy raspberries, and floral notes, along with a bright acidity and effervescent bubbles that make it an ideal beverage for any occasion.

We hope this has sparked your curiosity in canned sparkling rosé. Give it a try and discover the difference for yourself! Remember to follow our Instagram/Facebook page and subscribe to our newsletter for more wine-related content.

Cheers,

The 38 Wine Team


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