Lots of food products come in cans from soups to nuts to vegetables to cola. Now you can buy real Oregon based Underwood pinot in a can.
Why would they "bottle" their wine in a can you ask? They feel this beerification makes the wine more accessible, easier to transport and more approachable (less pretentious or Nigel Mastercard-like).
For my eco friendly readers, Union Wine also believes this is a more eco-friendly approach and it is also const efficient for them. They claim all of this can goodness without sacrificing the taste.
Interested American readers can pre-order their own stash by visiting the "brewer's" website. (link)