Forbes: ‘Made By Chicks’ Startup Goes all out in the Market for Canned Wine

A female-led canned wine startup is using $14 million in fresh funding and a distribution deal with E. & J. Gallo to expand beyond its successful direct-to-consumer business and onto the shelves of some of the nation’s biggest retailers. 

Los Angeles-based Bev, which was founded by 30-year-old Alix Peabody, signed a deal with Gallo, the largest-family-owned winery in America, that will help get its canned wine an expanded presence on the shelves of Target, Albertsons, BevMo, Safeway and Total Wine starting next month. The brand will also grow its presence at HEB in Texas and Kroger, the nation’s largest grocery chain, where Bev has been in stores in Tennessee since last June. 

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