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Australian wine company Barokes says its new canned wine packaging has been accepted by 200 retail stores in Japan and Taiwan.

Melbourne-based partners Greg Stokes and Steve Barics claim the hermetically sealed 250ml trademarked Vinsafe can has a shelf life of up to five years.

There are two still and two carbonated red and white wines in the current range. Stokes and Barics will follow the export initiative with a domestic market launch.


Sectors: Wine

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