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The popularity of canned wine continues to grow at an impressive rate – according to Nielsen, canned wine's dollar growth surged 54 percent last year, the highest of any alternative wine packaging. Lila Wines stand out not just because of the colorful eye-catching packaging, but also because of the premium quality and light, fresh taste. All Lila Wines are also naturally gluten free, low in calories and carbs and contain no added sugar.
Lila Bubbly Rosé is a premium wine from the Veneto region of Italy that features a balance of bright notes of strawberries and passion fruit, refreshing bubbles and a crisp finish. Bubbly Rosé joins the popular Lila Wines portfolio, which includes an Italian sparkling wine, a French rosé, and an Italian Pinot Grigio.
"Canned wine is one of the most innovative wine trends today, and we're excited to add another great varietal to our Lila Wines portfolio," said Kevin Mehra, CEO of Latitude Beverage Company. "Lila Bubbly Rosé features the crisp freshness of a rosé and the light effervescence of a sparkling wine, making it the perfect pairing for any summer celebration. Lila has been one of our most beloved brands since launching two years ago, and we anticipate Bubbly Rosé will help the brand grow by 60-70 percent in 2018, exceeding last year's 55 percent growth."
Latitude Beverage Company introduced Lila Wines in the spring of 2016. The brand is now available in more than 40 states across the U.S. and in over a dozen leading national grocery chains, including Publix, Wegmans, HEB, Meijer, Cost Plus World Market, Harris Teeter, Shaws, and more. Lila Wines, including the new Bubbly Rosé, are sold in four-packs of 8.4oz cans with an MSRP of $11.99
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The USA Wine Ratings competition was introduced by Beverage Trade Network which organizes wine events worldwide. The competition aims to recognize, reward and promote wine brands that are created to identify with and target a specific wine drinker. The competition works on three major criteria; quality, packaging and value for money. For any brand to earn its space on a retailer’s shelf or a restaurant’s wine list, they must be marketable and consumer driven and not just produced in the general hope it can find enough people willing to sell and buy it. This approach of USA Wine Ratings makes the competition different from other wine competitions.
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