Canned Wine Co. collaborates with National Gallery

The Canned Wine Co. has launched a new collection of can designs as part of a partnership with The National Gallery.

Artwork by Vincent van Gogh, Paulus Theodorus van Brussel, and Paul Gauguin has been licensed by the National Gallery for use on the cans

“Just as much as fine art can capture a moment, so does a good glass of wine,” said Ben Franks, who co-founded the company with Canned Wine Co. CEO Simon Rollings.

The artworks been wrapped around the labels of Canned Wine Co.’s Grüner Veltliner, Grenache Rosé, and Old Vine Garnacha wines.

“We worked with the team at the National Gallery to choose from selected artworks the best paintings to reflect the taste profile of each of our wines,” Franks said.

Vincent van Gogh’s oil on canvas Sunflowers (1888) features on the Grüner 2021, an Austrian white wine. 

Paulus Theodorus van Brussel’s Flowers in a Vase (1789), an oil on mahogany painting, is the artwork for the Grenache Rosé 2021, a light pink rosé made by winemaker Thierry Boudinaud in Pays d’Oc, southern France. 

Paul Gauguin’s A Vase of Flowers, detail (1896) is on the Old Vine Garnacha 2020, a full-bodied Spanish.

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