Whether you’re relaxing with a good book or enjoying the day by the pool, a nice glass of wine can make almost any experience better. Choosing the right wine can be a little bit harder, considering the sheer amount of options that are available. Even though that’s the case, there are many great options and they are available at a variety of price points. This gives just about everyone the chance to ease their stress with a good vintage.
Drinking a glass of wine used to mean uncorking a bottle. These days there are some ridiculously good canned wines available. Now before you make any judgment, the benefits of canned wine far outweigh those of the bottled variety. Think of all of the places you can take canned wine that wouldn’t work for a bottle and glass. With canned wine, you just pop the top on a chilled can and you’re good to go. It’s just as delicious, often cheaper, and fits into a variety of places where a glass won’t work.
If you’re not sure what canned wines are right for you, this list should be able to help. Here are some of the best options if you’re looking for canned wines.
Besa mi Vino
Besa mi Vino hails from California, where some of the best wine is made. This organic winery offers wines that are canned, free of sugar, gluten-free, and created with the best organic ingredients. Your options are “All Day Rose” and “Just Right White.” The standard 6-pack is available, but you can also purchase 12 and 24-packs of both wines. Besa mi Vino is a great choice for the day at the beach or a bubble bath after a long day.
House Wine comes from a vineyard in Washington state. They offer bottles, boxes, and cans. They are one of the few brands that offer a wide selection of canned wines and cocktails. Cans are purchased by the 6-pack and offer such varieties as Original Red Blend, Rose Bubbles, Lemon Lime Spritz, Chardonnay, Sangria, Sauvignon Blanc, and Paloma Wine Cocktail. 6-packs start at around $32.
Bonterra is similar to most brands as they offer cans and bottles. This is an organic winery, so the grapes and any other ingredients meet the top standards and it shows in the taste. There are three canned options: Rose, Sauvignon Blanc, and Young Red. Cans can be purchased in packs of four from $17.99 per pack.
Bridge Lane offers canned wines. Like many canned wines, each can is equal to a half of a bottle of wine. You’ll be able to chill your cans quickly over ice. You can get these wines shipped around the country and shipping is free for orders over $50. Wine options include Bubbles, Chardonnay, Red Blend, Rose, Sauvignon Blanc, and White Merlot. You can even get a variety pack with multiple different wines in one 6-pack. Prices start at $34.
Brick & Mortar Wines
Brick & Mortar specializes in California wines made in the Napa Valley. Prices start at $6 per can. The fact that you can purchase single cans sets them apart from others on this list. It also allows you to mix and match, to try different varieties. Options include California Blanc Bubbles, California Blanc, 2018 California Rouge, and others.
Have you tried any of the wines on this list? Let us know your favorite in the comments.