House Wine Splashes into Summer with Cans


SEATTLE, Wash.Just in time for summer, House Wine is launching three wines in 375 mL cans nationwide this week. The new cans feature two of the brand’s best-selling varietals – Original Red Blend and Chardonnay – and the third is a brand-new House Wine Rosé.

A true original, House Wine has consistently pushed the boundaries of consumer innovation. Launched in 2004 as one of Charles Smith’s first commercial offerings, House Wine Original Red Blend was among the first red blends to target everyday wine lovers with an approachable, iconic package and exceptional quality and value. In 2013, it was among the first to launch a three-liter box, meeting consumer demand and sourcing beyond borders to ensure House Wine’s consistency from vintage to vintage. Today, cans are just the latest effort to allow people to enjoy their favorite wine in new and convenient ways.

“House Wine is already known as a national favorite for quality and value. It’s as universal as a stop sign,” said veteran Winemaker Hal Landvoigt. “I travel the world looking for great fruit to make an unpretentious style of wine that can be enjoyed anywhere, which is what I love about House Wine – it’s a wine for anyone, anytime and can be enjoyed any place.”

Cans guarantee fresh wine and cater to the grab-and-go lifestyle of busy and active wine consumers, making them perfect for beachside picnics, tailgates or venues where glass may not be desirable, like stadiums or pool-side. They also are accessible, affordable and recyclable – helping to reduce or waste and our environmental footprint.

One in five consumers have tried canned wine and sales have sharply increased from just under $2 million in 2012 to more than $26 million in 2016, according to Nielsen.

Just like other House Wine varietals, the new House Wine Rosé will also be available in the standard 750 mL bottles and in the three-liter box offering. Rosé is surging, experiencing 50 percent growth in the table wine category over the previous year, according to Nielsen data.

“House Wine is an icon. It’s everyone’s wine,” Precept Wine Chief Sales and Marketing Officer Alex Evans said. “It’s a disruptor by nature and allows consumers to enjoy great value wines on their terms.”

How does it taste?

  • The House Wine Original Red Blend – Red currant aromas promise the juicy red fruit delivered to the middle palate and a lengthy, velvety finish (Chile).
  • House Wine Chardonnay – Aromas of creamy apple backed by citrus introduce mouth-filling, sumptuous flavors of peach and ripe Asian pear, complemented by hints of toasty vanilla. The wine finishes crisply with a burst of pineapple (American).
  • House Wine Rosé – Fresh and fragrant aromas lead to a wonderfully bright palate. Flavors of juicy citrus and ripe strawberry are rounded out by a refreshingly crisp finish (American).

How much are they?

  • SRP: $5.49 per individual can

Cans are Lifestyle Oriented

  • NO glassware needed
  • NO corkscrew needed
  • Lightweight
  • Portable & packable
  • FRESH wine for every standard glass, sip after sip 

Cans are Eco-Friendly

  • Reduced carbon footprint compared to glass bottle production
  • The most recycled beverage containers in the world
  • Reduced waste

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About House Wine:

House Wine is approachable and unpretentious and it’s a wine you can enjoy for any and all occasions. Created in 2004 by acclaimed winemaker Charles Smith, House Wine was designed with the goal of providing maximum quality and value in a minimalist package. Today, Winemaker Hal Landvoigt continues driving its irreverent spirit by travelling the world to source the finest grapes and cultivate its uniquely unpretentious style.

Seattle-based Precept Wine – Is the largest, privately-held wine producer in the Pacific Northwest and Top 14 American wine producer. With deep roots representing close to 40 years of Northwest investments in the wine industry, it owns and maintains more than 5,000 acres of vineyards across Washington, Idaho, New Mexico and Oregon; owns leading wineries and brands such as House Wine, Gruet, Browne Family Vineyards, Canoe Ridge Vineyard, Waterbrook, Primarius, Ste. Chapelle and Pendulum and represents Shingleback and Red Knot of Australia. It also operates tasting rooms and hospitality venues throughout the Northwest. Co-Founded in 2003 by CEO Andrew Browne, the company’s wineries have garnered more than 600 combined best buys and critical scores exceeding 90 points. Learn more at


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