Slider Weekly Spotlight — 13 March 2018

Who says fancy wine has to come in a bottle? Definitely not Boston-based wine company Archer Roose, who started a classy and convenient new trend for the wine drinkers of the world. New Jersey’s wine snobs no longer have to worry about fighting with a cork screw and finishing the bottle shortly there-after while it’s still fresh. You now can find these high-quality fine wines on shelves in 4 packs of 12 oz. cans!

So, what makes canned wines the perfect option? Let us explain…

It may not be bottled-aged, but Archer Roose canned wines are estate-sourced from around the world and have the same high-quality taste.

They have a style that appeals to all wine preferences. From red, to white, to rose… there is something on the menu for everyone. 

The price for packaging and shipping isn’t higher than the price for the wine inside the bottle.

Forget the corkscrew… you won’t be needing that.

Not only are cans more eco-friendly, but you can easily pack them up for your next adventure and hit the road!



Our delightful Provence Rosé was sourced from a sustainble winery in Coteaux d’Aix en Provence. This delectable blend of 60% Grenache, 20% Cinsault, and 20% Syrah is the answer to your “Rosé all day” fantasies. Cheers to looking at the world through glasses of Rosé. ABV: 13.0%


Our crisp, unoaked Sauvignon Blanc tastes of summer nights. It’s a young wine from an old place – the volcanic heart of Chile’s historic Maule Valley. With a tropical nose and bright finish, this wine pairs beautifully with your favorite fresh produce, and a side of lively conversation. ABV: 12.0%


Saved from extinction, Chile’s revival of the Carmenere varietal is something to celebrate. This wine comes to your glass from a 19th century family-run vineyard in Colchagua Valley. Its violet hue and blow-your-mind nose of plum and spice is nothing compared to its deliciously afternoonifed taste. ABV: 14.0%



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