Tasty and extremely convenient, the Free Public Rosé wine in a can is sure to please.
Sample submitted for review. The Free Public Rosé comes in a 3-pack of 250ml cans (the equivalent of one 750ml bottle) for $12.99. Currently it only appears to be available from the producer but you can check for local retailers here.
A refreshing wine made for the open road, we’ve removed the pretension and unnecessary additives and left only the good stuff. Finally free of the glass house it grew up in, this wine was created to take wherever you go. Welcome to where you want to go.
Notes: Sun, grapes & earth.
Free Public produces three different wines in a can currently. In addition to today’s Rosé they have a white blend of Riesling and Chardonnay that we have not had the opportunity to taste. There is also a red that is 95% Pinot Noir and 5% Syrah from Washington that we tasted but it just missed out on a recommended rating due to its cost. All three wines are labeled as “American Wine” even though they seem to come from Washington State grapes.
As with all canned wine, you’ll have to pour it into a glass to really appreciate the nose of the Free Public Rosé. If you do you’ll find aromas of fresh black cherry and strawberry along with pear and citrus notes and just a touch of tomato plant. That said, don’t feel like you need to pour this one into a glass, it’s really quite good even straight out of the can. Taking a sip reveals a nice, dry, flavorful and juicy rosé with a lively acidity and mouthfeel. It ends with a wonderful, dry, long finish with touches of minerality. We think it can hold its own against any rosé in a bottle in this price range and it has them all beat on convenience!
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Ready to buy the Free Public Rosé? Check your local retailers.