FAQ: Canning wine
Filling wine in cans is one of the latest additions to the JuicyLab service catalogue. because of the high volume of requests we receive in wine canning we have created this FAQ with the most common questions, and some not so common too! We have done plenty of work together with our service partners, the canning facilities, to simplify the process. Despite this, canning wine is a more technologically demanding endeavour than filling bottles.
We recommend all our clients to read the canned wine report (2019) from WIC Research. And if you are interested in the chemistry of canned wine, we have a report on that too. Both are available for free at the end of this post.
Do you offer sourcing of wine?
Yes, send your request to Cruz Liljegren, head of sourcing at email@example.com
What is the shelf life of wine cans?
It depends on the wine you will use, but roughly 12 months or longer.
What is the price for design jobs?
Contact Jan Hagen, head of design at firstname.lastname@example.org
Can we use one of the wine label designs on the site?
Yes, we can convert them for cans.
What is the lead time of production?
One month from payment to delivery.
What are the payment conditions?
EXW and advance payment.
Does pasteurization destroy the quality of my canned wine?
Not necessarily. If your clients drink directly from the can they will not taste the difference. A slight difference might be noticeable if you pour the wine from the can to a wine glas. But who does that!!
Have you compiled some information on the service you offer?
Yes, you can read about it more in detail on the service page for canned wine.
Is canned wine better for the environment?
Yes, cans are the lightest beverage container.
Are consumers ready for wine in cans?
Seven out of ten adults say that they would purchase a product because it's packaging is better for the environment, according to (argubly biased?) research done by the Can Manufactures Institute. In real numbers we have seen a 125% increase in 2019 (UK). In the US the canned wine sales where up 69% in 2018 alone.