Skip Nav
Taco Bell Rattlesnake Fries
Food News
Phew! Taco Bell's Steak Rattlesnake Fries Are Snake-Free — and Full of Flavor
Candy
Peeps Just Released Pancake-Flavored Marshmallows, and We Are Totally Sold
Food News
Sour Patch Kids Marshmallows Are Available at Walmart, and People Say They Taste Like Peeps
OREO
Easter Egg Oreos Have Arrived, and the New Oval Shape Is Honestly Quite the Trip
Food News
Hostess Is Celebrating 100 Freaking Years With — What Else? — a Birthday Cupcake

What Is Eufloria Wine?

Uh, the Only Thing More Beautiful Than Eufloria Wine's Can Is That It Holds Half a Bottle of Wine

Source: Eufloria Wines

I'm not going to lie, when I first opened the box of Eufloria wine from Banfi Wineries at my desk, I immediately noticed how gorgeous the can's design is. But after making a quick mental note of the gorgeous details by painter Flora Bowley, I jumped back into my work and didn't think about them much more until 5:30 p.m. rolled around. I slipped two cans into my backpack and headed to the gym. Upon cracking one open and sipping away later that night, I made an incredible discovery — each can holds the equivalent of half a bottle.

Given the fact that this all went down on a Wednesday night, I was equal parts alarmed and intrigued, because by the time I put this together, I was already halfway done with my dainty can. Whoops.

Lo and behold, when I turned the can around, I saw an idiot-proof diagram explaining that each can is indeed equal to a half a bottle of wine (or two glasses). Smart, right? Once I got through my initial shock, I sat back and realized just how damn genius this idea is, especially with the Summer months approaching.

ADVERTISEMENT

Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Murphy Moroney

Long gone are the days of lugging a heavy, breakable bottle around in a backpack. Instead, anyone going on a picnic or enjoying a nice pool- or beach-side hangout can just grab a can — or two, if you're up for it — and have enough to keep two people buzzed all afternoon. Seriously, what's better than that?

These canned wines come in two flavors, Aromatic Summer Rosé and an Aromatic Summer White, which have an ABV of 13 percent and 12 percent, respectively. What can you expect taste-wise? Quality, that's for sure. The Rosé is a perfect blend of strawberry, peach, and citrus blossom. If you're more into the white variety, expect a smooth mix of peach and citrus undertones. And at $6 a pop, you can't beat the price either. Make no mistake: we'll cheers to that!

Latest Recipes, Menus, Food & Wine
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds