Kegs are always a crowdpleaser at a party, but now the beer drinkers don’t get to have all the fun because wine kegs exist. Bridge Lane Wine, a winery on Long Island, sells their five wines four different ways: bottle, box, can, and yes — a keg.
Bridge Lane says their wines aren’t for sniffing and studying, instead their chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, and rosé is intended for “casual sipping and sharing with friends.” And if you’ve got a lot of friends, maybe a couple bottles aren’t enough and you need the big guns of a keg of rosé.
So just how much does wine is in a keg? Well, one keg is equal to 19.5 liters, which is the same as 26 bottles, and costs $240.00. That’s a lot of wine. You and your squad could literally rosé all day and probably have leftovers. So it’s handy that once you’ve tapped into the wine keg, you have two days to drink it, unless you’ve got a kegerator.
And Bridge Lane’s kegs are good for up to six months unopened, so you have one around, just in case the occasion to drink 26 bottles of wine comes up, as it does from time to time. Cheers to that.