“This is a tasty Provence rosé conveniently packaged for portability and portion control. (A four-pack is a liter, so three cans equal a traditional bottle at the equivalent price of about $16.50). The good side here – you’re not sacrificing quality for the convenience of the can.” (2 out of 3 Stars) (Excellent)
“This is classic Provençal rosé served in 250-milliliters cans that were custom-designed to take over your Instagram feed. Raspberry, mint, and peach notes mingle with creamy strawberry yogurt in this elegant rosé that just happens to arrive in a can.”
“A clever and fresh take on a traditional genre deserves the same in a wine. Snap open a can of white raspberry noted Amble + Chase rosé: 40% grenache, 30% syrah, and 30% cinsault from sustainable growers in Provence.”
"Pretty all over. From the sleek packaging to the pale pink hue, this canned wine nails Provencal rosé in a wholly portable way. An interesting blend of 40% Grenache, 30% Syrah, and 30% Cinsault results in a super fresh picnic wine with loads of bright early season berry and white flower aromatics. The palate is lean and lively with grapefruit and a kiss of fresh mint at the finish. Ample fresh fruit and a thoughtful touch of minerality, this is a sure winner this summer. Besides, it’s from Provence, they invented rosé, you can’t go wrong with this wine for picnics, concerts, or bbqs. Comes in 250ml cans."
“[An] awesome canned wine you can buy in individual serving sizes. This blend of Grenache, Syrah, and Cinsault is light salmon pink in color with pretty tart cherry notes, raspberry, and bursts with more tropical fruit tinged with Mediterranean ocean breezes.”
“The Winebow Group’s Amble + Chase Rosé from Provence speaks to demand for high-quality wine that is ready to be enjoyed anytime and everywhere. The name refers to the growing season: ‘ambling’ through the vineyard as fruit ripens is followed by the ‘chase’ at harvest. The blend of 40% Grenache, 30% Syrah and 30% Cinsault has Provence’s signature salmon pink color and dry fruity character. Marketing support will include branded materials and giveaways.”
“Sure, this wine seems slick to be packaged in cans, but it is quite good — in fact, it’s one of the best Rosés I’ve tasted from the 2017 vintage. The price is equivalent to $15 for a standard bottle, so it isn’t really cheap, but the cans offer convenience for picnics or even a restaurant by-the-glass program.” (2 ½ out of 3 stars, “Great Value”)