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Dark Horse Canned Rosé*Packaging may vary

Dark Horse Canned Rosé

Pink Wine /13.5% ABV / California, United States

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Grenache / Garnacha / Cannonau

California, United States



Sweet-Dry Scale




Food Pairing

Beef, Duck & Game Bird

Product description

Don’t let the pale pink fool you, this wine’s only blushing from all the attention. Most Rosé is imported or created as a small batch offering, and that means a premium price tag. Fortunately, we aren’t most Rosé. Dark Horse winemaker, Beth Liston, decided to take summer by the grapes and create a dry, fruit-forward, Provence-style wine everyone can enjoy. Our convenient Rosé cans pair perfectly with sunshine and an adventurous spirit.

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Community reviews

4.56 Reviews
  • Cynthia
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    A little too pink and tin tasting for me. Was better on ice.

  • Sabrina
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    Canned rosé is usually pretty bad, but let’s say you’re at the theater and the choices are limited and for whatever reason you decide to get one. A can ‘o wine. Usually the outcome in such a case is that you shudder-gulp your way through half the can, at which point you’ve already got a buzz because it turns out a can is more than one serving. And then the wine is warm, but you’re tipsy and don’t want to waste money so you keep drinking. Usually at the end of a night like that, you don’t have anything good to say about the wine. This wine is different. It tastes like alcoholic apple juice, which as you can imagine is just okay. But! It’s definitely not as bad as other canned wine I have had, and it tastes pretty much exactly right for its price. I’ve got five cans in my refrigerator right now, so I should know. (Canned wine is great at preventing you from drinking a whole bottle on a Tuesday evening, by the way. It’s pretty much made for sharing with a friend when you want a drink but not a hangover.)

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  • noura
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    Easy to drink, actually quite good in over ice and with seltzer.

  • Lauren
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    $8 for one can is too much, I thought it would be a four-pack.

  • Dale
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    I love a good, dry rosé and this one does not disappoint. The cans are convenient for picnics and boats.


Grenache is a dark-skinned red wine grape that thrives in hot climates. The most well known grenache wines are produced in the Rhône Valley of southern France, but can also be found in Spain, Italy, the United States, and Australia. 
Grenache is typically a semi-sweet wine with an ABV of 13.5-16%. Grenache is sometimes compared to pinot noir, tempranillo, or merlot. It features a unique flavor of cinnamon and candied fruit and sometimes mild citrus aromas of grapefruit or orange rinds.
Grenache's intense flavor pairs well with dishes like roasted chicken, smoked meats, pork, and lamb.
It sounds like greh-nash. It’s known as garnacha in Spain, grenache noir in France, and cannonau in Italy.

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