Wawa to Sell Coastal Spritz Canned Wines in Florida

Drinks come in 6 flavors, made with a splash of real fruit
Coastal Spritz
Photograph courtesy of Coastal

WAWA, Pa. — Wawa convenience stores in Florida will now carry Coastal Spritz, a canned wine.

Coastal’s premium light wine comes in 12-ounce cans in six flavors: Pineapple Rosé Spritz, Watermelon Rosé Spritz, and Classic Rosé Spritz, Sauvignon Blanc Spritz, Pinot Noir Spritz, and Oaked Chardonnay Spritz. The drinks have a 5% to 6% alcohol by volume (ABV).

“Being able to partner with the top convenience-store chain in the nation as part of our Florida roll out is an unbelievable opportunity,” BJ McCaslin, Coastal founder, said. “It is an ideal brand synergy, and we are thrilled to bring our product to the Wawa consumer. We are dedicating significant resources to the success of this Wawa partnership, which is extremely exciting for Coastal.”

Coastal Spritz does not use any artificial ingredients or sweeteners. Instead, it uses a splash of real fruit juice and monk fruit as a sweetened in the pineapple and watermelon rose varieties. There are less than 100 calories and 1 to 5 grams of sugar per each can.

Costal Spritz is available at retailers in 15 states and will continue to add on consumer markets, such as Florida. Columbia Valley, Wash.-based Coastal donates a portion of its proceeds to support the Ocean Foundation.

Wawa operates more than 680 stores in the Mid-Atlantic region—including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Virginia and Washington, D.C.—and 210 stores in Florida.

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