Elizabeth Banks Liked the Wine So Much, She Bought (Half) the Company

From movies to wines, for the actor and director, it’s in the can

Elizabeth Banks Liked the Wine So Much, She Bought (Half) the Company
Emmy-nominated actress Elizabeth Banks appears in an ad for Arthur Roose canned wine, which she now co-owns as well. (Courtesy of Arthur Roose)
From the Oct 31, 2021, issue

According to recent reports, canned wine is one of the most rapidly growing wine categories in the U.S. The ease, value and accessibility is partially what inspired actor and director Elizabeth Banks to purchase half of Archer Roose, a Boston-based company that partners with winemakers around the world to produce premium canned wine. Wine Spectator chats with her and CEO Marian Leitner-Waldman to find out what they're up to.

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