Epiphany, a winemaking label in Santa Barbara County, has launched Grenache Rosé and Grenache Blanc wine brands in 375mL can format for summer.

The company noted that its Grenache Blanc has been aged for five months in a 100% stainless steel tank, offering aromas honeydew and candied ginger, as well as flavours of grapefruit, key lime, and Meyer lemon.

Furthermore, the Grenache Rosé is 100% barrel fermented in neutral French oak for four months in Francois Freres, Mercurey and Bel Air barrels.

Grenache Rosé is said to offer aromas of sour cherry and guava with refreshing acidity on the palate, alongside flavours pink grapefruit, watermelon, and orange zest.

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Epiphany president Tim Snider said: “As we mark Epiphany’s 20th anniversary this year, we felt the canned format would be a fun and fresh way to celebrate a label that has evolved over time to always stay contemporary.

“When we conceived of the project last fall, little did we realize that the 375ml can (half-bottle equivalent) would be a perfectly portable, personal-sized package for a summer unlike any other.”

The company added that the artwork on the cans was inspired by the natural beauty of California as viewed from the Fess Parker Home Ranch and Rodney’s Vineyard.

Buffalo Brothers Studios in Santa Barbara came up with the design.