Cameron Diaz and Katherine Power’s wine brand, Avaline, has launched its White and Rosé wines in cans. Their latest line features the same bottle quality the brand is already known for, now in a convenient, portable format.
Avaline’s full line of wines are made with organic grapes, vegan-friendly, contain less than 1g of sugar per serving and free of unwanted extras like colors and concentrates.
The White cans are described as “dry with a touch of citrus and a crisp, fresh finish,” and are made from Xarel-lo, Macabeo, and Malvasía grapes. The Rosé cans are “light and fresh, with notes of melon and zest,” and are made from Grenache, Cinsault, and Caladoc.
Avaline White and Rosé are available in 250ml cans at select retailers and on the brand’s website. Each 4-pack adds up to 1.3 bottles that’s perfect for sharing, or for the solo sipper who wants to enjoy a single can and save the rest for another day.
“Our new Avaline White and Rosé cans offer a convenient way to enjoy your favorite Avaline wines. Just pop them in your bag and bring them anywhere, whether that’s an afternoon picnic, a gathering in your friend’s backyard or just hanging at home,” shares Cameron.
“We’re proud to join the fast-growing canned wine sector with the introduction of our top-selling White and Rosé wines in a convenient, new format. Our cans stand out with quality, transparency, sustainability and elevated design. We feel confident they will appeal to our loyal community and new wine lovers alike,” says Katherine.
Avaline White and Rosé can 4-packs are $28 on the brand’s website and $21.99 at select retailers (pricing may vary).
In October, Avaline released a limited edition Pinot Noir, their first wine produced in California. Back in May, the brand released its Sparkling Rosé.