Canned ‘Hocus Pocus’ Wine Exists, Proving Dreams Really Do Come True

Canned ‘Hocus Pocus’ Wine Exists, Proving Dreams Really Do Come True

Hocus Pocus may have been a children’s movie, but those of us who were kids when it came out are adults now. While we still love the Sanderson sisters as much as we did back then, many of us have always developed a love of wine, so why not combine the two? That’s right, there’s such a thing as Hocus Pocus wine and I’m so down.

  1. The Hocus Pocus wine was made for charity. Developed by Eliqs Beverage & Design Shop in New York City, sales of the canned wine will benefit local parks and community gardens, which is amazing. That means you’re giving back while getting your buzz on!
  2. There are two varieties to choose from. The wine was made in collaboration with organic wine-maker Besa mi Vino, who came up with both a white and a rosé, both of which have 12.5% ABV. Pretty great.
  3. The cans are amazing! Hocus Pocus rosé wine comes in three different can designs, each of which are blood red in color with one for each of the Sanderson sisters. They each have a different catchphrase, too, with Winifred’s reading “I put a spell on you, and now you’re wine!” Meanwhile, Sarah’s says “My lucky rose! Just where I left it.” As for the Mary can, it’s a bit more instructional, reading, “I suggest we form a drinking circle.” The white wine comes in dark blue cans, all of which contain Winifred’s catchphrase.
  4. So what’s it taste like? According to the product description, the rosé is “bright and lightly bubbly with flavors of cherry, dried roses, and lychee.” Meanwhile, the white wine is described as “fragrant aromas with a smooth blend between dry and sweet on the palate.”
  5. Three cans equal a bottle of wine. Keep that in mind when ordering, which you can do online so that Hocus Pocus wine is delivered directly to your doorstep just in time for the spooky season. Six-packs are available for $36.

Jennifer has been the managing editor of Bolde since its launch in 2014. Before that, she was the founding editor of HelloGiggles and also worked as an entertainment writer for Bustle and Digital Spy. Her work has been published in Bon Appetit, Decider, Vanity Fair, The New York TImes, and many more.
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