The current AI craze inspired us to ask Chat GPT to write about the benefits of natural wine packaged in cans vs traditional glass bottles.  Here's what he/she/they/it came up with . . . . (full question and answering session pulled from the free version

Everything you want to know about Canning Wine. If you are a producer thinking about canning a small amount of wine, we recommend you don't do it :) All kidding aside, the economic benefits of this package for wine really make sense at higher volumes.  We

The Sans Wine Co. monthly canned wine subscription really is the greatest deal in wine. As I sit here writing this entry, prices all around us are increasing daily.  I have read three articles about high inflation, hefty fuel costs, and the borderline recessive state

So, what is natural wine? Our definition of natural wine is, wine made with nothing added or anything removed during the winemaking process.   Why make natural wine, when you can try and make a wine taste the same every year?  At Sans Wine Co. we feel that the

“Is there a shelf life for canned wine?” “Do I have to drink this right away or will it last for a while if I leave it in my fridge?” “Does the wine taste bad after it’s been sitting in a can for a long time?” We get

Every year over the last 5 or 6 years the wine writing community has launched a barrage of articles essentially claiming, “This year is . . . the year of canned wine” If you don’t believe me, just check out a few of these articles. 

We often get asked by consumers what the word “carbonic” means, since it’s listed on our Carignan can label. We released our first carbonic red canned wine with our 2017 Poor Ranch ‘Coyote Rock Block’ Carbonic Carignan. It grew a quick following and we’ve been