Vote- Medieval Vineyard Print

Thank you for voting for the Medieval Vineyard Print 

What happens next?

We'll add up all the votes from our email and Instagram... Expect to hear the outcome in the next week or so.
 
It it's a "no" we'll continue working on the wines you know and love. Nothing lost.
 
But if other Laylo customers agree with you that canned Rosé & Tonic is a goer, we'll aim to have the product on your picnic blanket by summer.

In the meantime...

Don't forget to stock up on Rosé while you're here... Maybe even try making a R&T for yourself!
We recommend 50% Rosé, 50% Fever Tree Indian Tonic and a squeeze of lime.
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Rave reviews from critics and the press

We are LOVING this Sauvignon. A triumph!

William Sitwell
Restaurant Critic & Masterchef Judge

I don’t want a bottle of this wine. I want a ‘tregnum’ in a stunning designed box that slides effortlessly into my fridge, giving me the pleasure of pouring 18 glasses of layered, luxurious, super-cool Grüner whenever I wish.

Matthew Jukes
Wine Critic

9/10

A bag-in-the-box wine or a work of art? It’s had to tell in this case although the answer is probably both.

The Independent

Great wines in too-stylist-to-hide boxes

The Times Magazine

This pink is vibrant, fruity and easy drinking with that quintessentially Provence mineral core. Delicious.

Helena Nicklin
The Three Drinkers
Laylo's founders Laura & Laura after winning the Food & Drink Hereos Startup Entrepreneurs of the Year Award at IdeasFest.
A photo of founders Laura & Laura holding an award at a ceremony, after winning Best Drinks Startup at the National Startup Awards.

An award winning startup