FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Fresno State has something new for fans of its tailgate wine series.
The nation's largest and longest-running campus winery is now offering wine in a can.
Campus winemaker Tom Montgomery says canning wine is more challenging than bottling.
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But, there are production advantages.
Materials are cheaper, easier to ship, and more likely to be recycled. From a taste standpoint, Montgomery says cans are more resistant to wine degradation from oxidation and light.
The 12.7 ounce cans are half the size of a normal wine bottle. Each sells for $3.50, and a four-pack is $14.
You can purchase Fresno State's canned wine at the Gibson Farm Market.
You can now get Fresno State wine in can at Gibson Farm Market
Fresno State has something new for fans of its tailgate wine series.
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