Wine in a can can be from CA. It's called "simpler wines":

BTW, peach wine from this line is a good summer refresher.

We've had some interesting fruit wines from NJ/NY wineries.
(we like different wines for different occasions, "classic" dry, some fruit(y) wines, etc.) But the best fruit (non-grape) wine of all the times was the raspberry wine from Hoodsport Winery in WA state. We've discovered it by chance in late 90's, and had been ordering it on a regular basis since that, for some 15+ years.
It was in the vicinity of $10-12 per bottle shipped (if buying a case).
But... recently, its cost went up drastically ($30 now)...

What's nice is that it was not sweet at all. It was very slightly off-dry,
so it was fine with those who like dry wines. But because of the fruity taste, sweet-wine lovers liked it as well.



P. J. Alling Thu, 05 Jul 2018 08:35:25 -0700 wrote:

I'm disappointed, with it's name and origin I expected it to come in a can...

On 7/4/2018 9:37 PM, Daniel J. Matyola wrote:

I am not a wine snob, but I do appreciate certain better wines, especially
    Pouilly Fuisse, Cru Beaujolais and Barbera d’Asti, or any decent Pinot
    Grigio.  My wife hates all of these, and prefers fruity wines or sweet
wines like Asti Spumante. She found this gem from right here in New Jersey at Wegman's this week, so it was our Fourth of July treat. You have just
    got to love a vineyard called "What Exit Wines."

    K-5 IIs, FA 100 mm Macro F 2.8
    Comments are always appreciated.

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