Canned Wine Season Is Almost Here, and Messina Hof Is Set to Release Two New Cans

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Canned wine is our jam and as summer draws near, we're already stockpiling wines we'll be drinking pool/river/sprinkler-side.

Messina Hof Winery is rolling out two canned offerings this spring. Beau, the winery's sweet red, and the dry rosé will be available as four packs for $20 online, and in the Winery's three locations in Fredericksburg, Bryan, and outside of Dallas. The wine will be on shelves throughout Texas in the coming weeks.



The winery, which recently celebrated its 40th anniversary, is the largest producer of Texas wines. The wines are some of the first on the market from Texas wineries with Sway rosé, a collaboration between William Chris Vineyards and Lost Draw Cellars, being the first canned rosé, which debuted this past August.

Score your four 8.5-ounce cans at messinahof.com.



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