Canned Oregon: Premium Wine, Hold the Bottle
A division of the acclaimed Stoller Wine Group, Canned Oregon is an accessible wine that brings premium quality to a modern vessel. With a mass market appeal, Canned Oregon benefits from the prestige of Oregon wine, as well as the casual way of life associated with the region. The brand proudly declares itself a wine for every lifestyle. They believe that Oregon isn’t just a state, it’s a state of mind. From hiking to concerts or just hanging out with friends, the wine can has been proving a more favorable option when compared to traditional glass bottles.
With Generation Y being drawn to the portability and recyclability of cans, Millennials are hugely responsible for canned wine’s growth. Cans are both lighter and more durable than bottles. They can also be enjoyed straight from the container without corkscrews, glasses or fuss. Not to mention, Millennials live in an environment that encourages casual outdoor drinking and non-table drinking more than has ever been deemed acceptable before.
In addition to its portability and ease of use, Canned Oregon has been gaining national recognition for its superior taste and great value. From large wine publications to wine bloggers, it is a common consensus that Canned Oregon is leading the way in quality. Canned Oregon has been listed on Food & Wine’s “15 Best Affordable Pinot Noirs.” Great Northwest Wine declared Canned Oregon Pinot Gris & Rosé with Bubbles as “best buys.” The Prince of Pinot (known for his aversion to wine cans) states, “If you choose to drink wine from a can, I would recommend the Canned Oregon lineup of varietals as the quality is a step above many canned wines in the marketplace.”
Canned Oregon currently offers 5 different varietals: Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Rosé, White Bubbles and Rosé Bubbles. Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris are also now available on draft!
Read more reviews below:
“The newest addition to Canned Oregon's convenient portfolio is a juicy, fresh and perfectly sound example of the state's signature grape. Raspberries dominate, with firm tannins, no metallic flavors, and none of the faux oak, added color and other ‘adjustments’ that often plague cheap Pinots. The convenience of cans makes it even more special—easy to chill, easy to pack, easy to open and easy to recycle.”
- Paul Gregutt, Wine Enthusiast on Canned Oregon Pinot Noir. https://www.winemag.com/buying-guide/canned-oregon-nv-oregon-red-pinot-noir-oregon/
“Best Buy! Branded as ‘Oregon wine beyond the bottle,’ the Stoller Wine Group continues to ramp up its young Canned Oregon program from sources throughout the state. Its White Pinot Gris is built to be refreshing and food-friendly as aromas of lemon, spearmint and marzipan lead to flavors of cantaloupe, dried pineapple, butterscotch and a fresh-baked biscuit.”
- Great Northwest Wine on Canned Oregon Pinot Gris. https://greatnorthwestwine.com/2019/07/21/canned-oregon-nv-white-pinot-gris-oregon-14/
“A brambly balance of berries and cherries mark this spicy, non-vintage canned Pinot.”
- Food and Wine Editors, “15 Great Pinot Noirs for Under $20.” https://www.foodandwine.com/wine/red-wine/best-affordable-pinot-noir