Minimal intervention, zero sugar wines by award-winning, small producers.
12+ cans quarterly
The best way to experience Maker. Can Club members get up to 20% off, access to members-only wines, a dedicated Wine Line and more. No commitments, pause or cancel anytime.
Red, White, and Rosé Wines
New to Maker? Try a curated selection of our fan favorites. Includes Zinfandel, Rosé of Grenache, and Sparkling Sauvignon Blanc.
Sparkling & Still Rosé Wines
Try our Rosé party pack including the Rosé of Grenache and Sparkling Rosé, plus two GoVino glasses.
Bodkin Wines, Sonoma County, CA
Light and bright with racy crispness and mischievous acidity — it’s perfect for celebrating everyday occasions.
Bodkin Wines, North Coast, CA
Fresh berries and citrus blossoms; a bone dry, lightly bubbly Rosé with zero added sugar.
SER WINERY, MONTEREY, CA
Rhubarb, guava, strawberries-and-cream - a very special single-vineyard Rosé.
Handley Cellars, Anderson Valley, CA
Juicy red cherries, cranberries, plum, and subtle spice - a versatile, fruit-forward wine you can drink anytime.
J Dusi, Paso Robles, CA
This Old Vine Zin captures the best of Paso Robles. It's a perfectly balanced wine full of dark berries, vanilla, and spice.
Ser Winery, Cienega Valley, CA
Cranberry, pomegranate, and white pepper - an ultra-rare grape from 100-year-old vines.
Smith Devereux, Napa Valley, CA
Blackberry, dark chocolate, pepper – this bold, beautifully-balanced, single-vineyard Merlot is a Cab lover’s dream.
Sutro Wine Co., Alexander Valley, CA
Blackcurrants, mocha, and spice. Expect dark berry aromas with savory, herbal, and chocolate undertones.
Revolution Wines, Clarksburg, CA
She's back. This zippy, zesty white wine has notes of lemon balm, jasmine, and white peach.
Handley Cellars, Anderson Valley, CA
White nectarine, guava, and lemongrass — a tropical, herbaceous wine you can drink anytime.
12 oz. tumbler
This bad boy looks great, fits a full can with room to spare, and is made especially to keep wine cool and tasting delicious 'til the last drop.
Frequently Asked Questions
Maker is premium canned wine from independent winemakers. We source award-winning wines from the best small producers in California. Each can of wine highlights the story of the small producer who made it, and represents a different maker and region that we love.
We prioritize wine producers from diverse backgrounds that use organic and sustainable farming practices. Our wines are fermented to dry, with zero grams of sugar, and minimal sulfur additions. The wine is not “changed” or “dumbed down” for the can — it is the same award-winning wine you can find in bottles at the makers’ wineries.
Quality: Our wines are vintage (year), varietal (grape type), and often vineyard specific. Wines that represent a time and place that the winemaker is proud to put their name on, not white-labeled bulk juice hidden by a fancy label.
Values: Our winemakers believe in sustainable farming practices and low intervention winemaking. Our wines are dry, with zero grams of sugar and minimal sulfur additions.
Diversity: We partner with diverse, small-batch makers to elevate their underrepresented voices and premium wines.
Little known fact — nearly all dry wines from reputable small producers have little-to-no residual sugar and correspondingly few carbs.
During the winemaking process, the natural sugars in grapes are converted to alcohol. Wines that allow all of the sugars to be completely fermented are known as “dry”.
While mass-produced wines from your grocery store can be secretly loaded with sugars to increase a wine’s “likability”, small-production, low intervention winemakers don’t add sugar or additives to their wine. Don’t be fooled by companies claiming to have invented “clean” wine - they are just re-branding dry wine (likely with worse quality juice).
All of our wines come from different award-winning, small producers in CA and have <0.5 grams of sugar and few carbs (<5 carbs/can for whites, <8 carbs/can for reds). So drink the good stuff.
No! If you've had a crappy can, chances are it was the quality of the wine, not the can itself, that left a bad taste in your mouth.
Modern wine cans don’t transmit an aluminum taste, and have a protective coating or liner. Several blind tastings have been done comparing the same wine from bottles and cans (including our own study), and test groups have not been able to detect a reliable difference between the two formats.
Quality, quality, quality. We’ll say it, most canned wine is ...not good. We have the highest rated canned wine on the market today, with 8 canned wines that have scored 90+ points and counting. The bottle equivalent price of these wines is $20-$50 per bottle, from award-winning small producers that love their craft.
Also, cans are deceptively large! Each 250 ml can is ⅓ of a bottle (almost two full glasses of premium wine).
So while you may feel sticker shock seeing a $10 can of Pinot Noir, a $30 bottle of single-vineyard, Anderson Valley Pinot would probably feel like a great deal. And $10 for two glasses of premium Pinot in a restaurant would be an absolute steal. Because canning is cheaper than bottling and we ship direct-to-consumer without middle-men, we can price our wines at or below the price you’d find these wines in bottles.
If you’re not completely over-the-moon, where-were-these-wines-all-my-life excited about your first experience with Maker, we will refund you in full. That’s how confident we are that you will love these wines!