Gik, the famous blue wine heralding from Spain, has announced plans to open sales to the United States market. The wine, which is made from completely organic ingredients, gets its blue color from a plant-based dye and crushed grape skins. Don’t get too excited, though: while the wine starts at $16 per bottle, it’s not available just yet!
- Gik, the Spanish blue wine brand, is headed to America. An exact date isn’t yet set, but the brand has started letting Americans place pre-orders on its BlueWine.us website.
- Despite originally only being available in Europe, Gik’s blue wine made international headlines last summer thanks to its striking, nearly turquoise hue.
- The wine itself comes from a mix of red and white Spanish grapes and the color comes from grape skin extract and a plant-based dye.
“Gik, the Spanish brand of blue wine that has become famous for being blue wine, is finally headed for the United States.”