Santa Julia presents its canned wines

The winery releases in the United States a new format for its wines Santa Julia Organica, Malbec Rosé, Chardonnay and Tintillo in cans of 375 ml. A comfortable, convenient and easy-to-transport alternative that will attract modern wine drinkers.

Santa Julia Chardonnay

Santa Julia Chardonnay

 

The new stainless-steel container does not alter the taste of the wine, the tests carried out on the material were successful and approved for sale by the National Institute of Viticulture (INV, according to the initials in Spanish). “This new container ensures the characteristics of the wine while maintaining the quality standards”, says Rubén Ruffo, winemaker chief at Bodega Santa Julia.

Santa Julia Malbec Rosé

Santa Julia Malbec Rosé

On his behalf, Adam Sager, Vice-president of Winesellers, LTD. -distributor of Santa Julia in USA- comments:

“Today’s wine consumer is adventurous and looking for the next discovery or trend. Canned wines offer the perfect company for summer or outdoor activities. Santa Julia Organica Malbec Rosé and Organica Chardonnay are certified as organic wines, while Tintillo is a blend of Malbec and Bonarda made through carbonic maceration, recommended for drinking fresh. We have seen a huge increase in the demand for quality wines and at the reach of the everyday drinker. “

Santa Julia is a highly innovative winery, known for its brands in cutting-edge segments that aim to meet the demands of consumers around the world.

Santa Julia Tintillo

Santa Julia Tintillo

Source: https://thebigwinetheory.com/2019/02/20/bodega-santa-julia-presenta-sus-vinos-en-lata/?fbclid=IwAR1yjpowYVcPZnu7rhaTTZ_z2Ca0HPl80Aug1lXaeMX6dOMnow6z8gLpvd4

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