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Nomadica makes canned wine with zero sugar featuring eco-friendly packaging.

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4 months ago

Delicious wine, and beautiful packaging too! I've had the chance to try out a few different types, and so far my favorite is the red blend!

9 months ago

Received a free product from Nomadica

The can is beautiful and sustainable and the rosé tastes amazing!

2 years ago

I came across this canned wine at Roberta's Pizza in Culver City, Los Angeles. An ideal, refreshing taste for a sunny day ... and with a slice of pizza, it was a perfect pairing. The packaging is eco-friendly, aesthetically pleasing, and features a music QR code with curated tracks to accompany you as you sip.

2 years ago

When I first heard about Nomadica, I was immediately excited because I LOVE wine. But...I've ordered from other wine box subscription brands and have felt the same sentiments only to be disappointed by the pricepoint, taste, or amount. *Cue Nomadica* Female-owned, hearty pours, great price, and taste...everything I love! I also like that it ships with zero excess packaging and with a cute note. Bonus points for being vegan, chemical-free, and 0gs of sugar.


To be honest, the only thing I would like to be different is for the website to have more stock. I went to order more of the red wine and it was all sold out. :(

2 years ago

I was a bit skeptical at first because I wasn't sure I would like canned wine but I tried their red blend and sparkling white for the first time, and both were OUTSTANDING. I poured some into a wine glass, and my husband thought the wine was phenomenal and couldn't tell that it was from a can. Since then, I have brought them to picnics, and had them available at dinner parties -- they are always a big hit. Bonus: the cans have artwork from artists on them, so they are quite lovely to look at.


I am excited for more varieties -- maybe a skin contact canned wine from Nomadica??