Pucker up! It’s our first Kiss...

The Miseducation of Lauren Hill. The College Dropout. Spice.

Debuts matter. 

That’s why we really felt the pressure when putting together our first Kiss of Wine range. 
We knew we wanted to find single-varietal wines, from the areas that made them famous; think Provence Rosé or Nebbiolo from Piedmont. We’d also spoken to lots of clever winemakers and canning experts, so knew the profiles that would work beautifully when packaged in cans.
Armed with our ‘little black book’ of winemakers, built over many summers spent visiting European vineyards, we hit the road. 
Here’s the tracklist… 
The headline hit
Sparkling Zesty. Crack a few cans of this little gem and you’ll be the most popular guest at the houseparty. It’s got mass appeal. And it’s best enjoyed with friends.
The timeless classic 
Feisty. It’s got all the ingredients to stand the test of time. Generations’ honed craftsmanship and a style that bucks fast fads.  
The dancefloor filler 
Chill. With feelgood factor in abundance this is the wine that’ll have you turning up the stereo and tapping your feet. Close your eyes and you could be poolside in Ibiza. 
The one that grows on you (then becomes your favourite) 
Crisp. It’s a zippy little Sauvignon that might take you by surprise with the first can. By the second, you’ll be hooked.
The deep and meaningful 
Wild. Generous and soulful, this wine will have you sharing your deepest secrets. 
The one you’ll play on repeat 
Zesty. A wine friend of ours would call it a “crusher”... This elegant and light Riesling is the perfect companion to long, daytime to evening celebrations.
The collaboration 
Sparkling Chill. Provence Rosé meets a sparkling diva. Think Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg vibes.
The parting gift 
Smooth. The perfect night-becomes-morning wine. Laid back and beautiful, it’ll remind you of summers spent in France.
There’s more detailed (and technical!) information about each wine on our wine page.We hope you enjoy drinking them as much as we’ve enjoyed finding them. 
Now to tackle that difficult second album… Nobody wants to be a one hit wonder!