Q: Where does the name "Lila" come from?

A: Lila comes from the ancient Sanskrit word for “play like the gods.” That sense of playfulness and adventure is what the Lila brand is all about and we made sure to integrate that feeling into the packaging, voice, and tone of the brand.


Q: Are canned wines as good as bottled wines?

A: Lila Wines are packaged in specially developed, eco-friendly cans engineered to maintain the quality of the wine inside. With an increased internal coating and a thicker wall than traditional aluminum cans, each Lila can is sealed with a unique wine lid to guarantee smooth, fresh taste. And unlike bottled wines, Lila cans do not pick up UV light from sitting on a shelf, making the wines last as long, if not longer than, their bottled counterparts.


Q: What is the advantage of canned wine over bottled or boxed wines?

A: We offer consumers something that can't be found in a bottle or box - smaller individual packaging for portability. The can also makes chilling the wine easier and more convenient than ever.


Q: How many servings are in each can?

A: Each 8.4 oz can contains 2 servings of wine. A 4-pack contains 33% more wine than a standard 750 mL bottle.


Q: How many calories are in Lila Wines?

A: Each 5 oz serving contains 110 calories. (Compare to 140 calories in Spiked Seltzer, 220 calories in Mike's Hard Lemonade, and 221 calories in Angry Orchard Cider.)


Q: Are Lila Wines gluten-free?

A: Yes! Lila Wines are gluten-free as well as low in calories and carbs. No sugar is added during the manufacturing process.


Q: How should I drink Lila Wines?

A: Lila should be served slightly chilled, ideally straight from a fridge or cooler. Simply crack open and enjoy! If you want to pour the wine into a glass, it will taste just as good.


Q: Are Lila Wines eco-friendly?

A: Yes! Lila is packaged in 100% recyclable materials, including aluminum cans and a cardboard 4-pack box. On average, consumers recycle 45% of aluminum cans vs 25% of glass bottles, and 2/3 of the aluminum ever produced is still in use today.