England’s first ever Orange Wine in a can to be produced – and you can be part of it

Nania’s Vineyard, based in Bristol, are launching a crowdfunding campaign to help to produce 3 new wines from this year’s vintage; England’s first ever Orange Wine in a Can, a Pinot Noir and an Elderflower White Wine Spritzer.

Nania’s is a collaborative English wine brand working with vineyards across England and Wales. This new venture was born out of, and inspired by, their small urban vineyard on an allotment in central Bristol where just 30 vines were planted back in 2017.

This summer they produced and launched a rosé wine in collaboration with Off the Line Vineyard in Sussex, blended into rosé spritzer with Glastonbury Spring water and raspberry.

The planned new still wines will be produced with low intervention Winemaker David Morris and will continue to work with Off the Line Vineyard in Sussex for their spritzers.

The crowdfunder will be going live in the middle of English Wine Week (21st-27th June), on IndieGoGo.

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