Canning Wine

Cacolac, known for its famous chocolate drink, has decided to turn traditional wine packaging etiquette on its head. Wine in a can – a sacrilege for purists – is nonetheless accepted without demur by Chinese and American consumers. Established at the heart of Pessac-Léognan, in the Bordeaux region, known for both its white and red wines, Cacolac hopes to see the first “grand cru” put itself forward as a candidate for canning…

https://www.rtl.fr/actu/debats-societe/les-infos-de-6h-cacolac-veut-mettre-le-vin-de-bordeaux-en-canette-7900081852

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