“Underwood Oregon Willamette Valley Pinot Noir” in a 375ml can, how does that sound? Not a wine with complexity but is highly approachable, fragrant with fresh cherries, raspberries and strawberries characters. US$24 for 4 cans, not bad indeed, esp. for Oregon Pinot Noirs.
Canned wine is nothing new but still atypical, especially in the HKG / Asian market. Winery emphasises that they “believe that the contents are more important than the container…” Aluminum can is convenient & sturdy, I think it is fine to can-pack wines for early consumption. I just wonder whether the metal flavours would eventually leak through the BPA liner hence a metal (or even the BPA itself!) contamination after a certain period of shelf time.