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At Free Flow Wines, we believe that a wine should taste exactly as the winemaker intended. Besides maintaining superior wine quality, wine on tap in stainless steel kegs reduces the cost of traditional bottle packaging and transportation. By eliminating this packaging (bottles, corks, capsules, labels and cases), there is a lot less to ship and recycle, lowering the carbon footprint of the wine and hospitality industries.

Saving the world…one keg at a time.

Environmental & Wine Quality Benefits

Why Stainless Steel


How to Sell Wine on Tap

The Life of a Keg

What others say about us

“We started working with Free Flow…and kegs have gone from being one of our constant headaches to a channel whose contribution might be as positive for our bottom line as it is for the wine we sell through that channel.”

Jason Haas
Jason HaasPartner & General Manager, Tablas Creek Vineyard

“No matter whether you are 2,000 cases or 200,000, Free Flow makes wine on tap easy, with great pricing and support.  When it comes to wine on tap – there is no one better!”

Richard Ward
Richard WardOwner, Saintsbury Winery

“Free Flow Wines’ consistent attention to quality control is among the best I have seen.”

Judy Miles
Judy MilesMicrobiologist / Quality Systems, Treasury Wine Estates

“For years we were concerned about quality control. Once we learned that the quality of the wine could be maintained….that’s when we found Free Flow.”

Kathy Hall
Kathy HallVintner, HALL Winery

“By making a move to grow our kegging business, I am taking a page out of my grandfather’s book and taking risks when it comes to new and exciting ways of bringing wine to today’s consumers.”

Donny Sebastiani
Donny SebastianiPresident and CEO, Don & Sons

“Wine on tap…it’s delicious, easy and exactly how the winemaker intended you to drink it.”

John Coleman
John ColemanCEO & Executive Chef, Savor

“It’s a great avenue for providing your customer with the best possible product – while maximizing yield – which leads to great profit potentials and a happy customer.”

Mike Klosterman
Mike KlostermanPerlick Manufacturer Rep & Regional Sales, Apex Commerical Kitchen Co.

“One of the pros (to kegging wine) is certainly the cost.  The cost differential is a result of the packaging associated with bottling—glass, corks, capsules, labels—all of which are not part of kegging.”

Juan Jose Verdina
Juan Jose VerdinaWinemaker, Jamieson Ranch

“The ability to produce six and a half cases of wine with no cardboard, no corks, no bottles and no labels means that the keg is paid for the first time you sell it.”

John HoulihanVP of Beverage and Hopsitality, Lark Creek Restaurant Group

“The dynamic of the wine changes the moment it’s bottled.  A keg is consistent all the way through.  My first glass and my 300th glass are identical.”

Mac Gregory Saint Marc Pub

“Unfortunately most wine bottles are colored glass, and recyclers want clear glass.  It breaks my heart that glass ends up in landfills, and then there’s the energy it takes to produce the bottles, corks, labels, the cardboard box the wine is shipped in…the beauty of wine in a keg is that it gets used over and over. And it’s a better product.”

Jack GibbonsPresident of Front Burner Restaurants

“We’ve never had any issues with wine quality.  Free Flow’s quality standards are good.  They understand winemaking.”

Bill Batchelor
Bill BatchelorWinemaker, Martin Ray Winery

“Free Flow is the leader in making sure kegging is done right.”

Eric Sother
Eric SotherNational Sales Director, the Bespoke Collection



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Free Flow Wines

2557 Napa Valley Corporate Drive – Suite A
Napa, CA 94558
TEL 415 626 1215