It can be hard finding ways to beat the Texas heat, but sitting with a cool glass of wine certainly helps. While the idea of canned wines hasn’t always been well received, there are a lot of reasons why canned wines just make sense. For starters, cans are recycled and made with recycled materials. This means it is better for the Earth. The wineries offering canned wines generally are offering wines that are organic, gluten-free, low carb, or that have the ability to accommodate various dietary needs.
Also, think of all the ways that canned wine succeeds where a bottle and glass might not. Imagine going to your favorite swimming hole. You might be able to relax in the sand, but a glass of wine won’t be able to be with you. You could bring a cooler filled with ice and chilled cans of wine though. Having the ability to pull back a tab and carry your wine with you is a great option suitable for most activities.
So, with that in mind, here are some of the best canned wines that are currently on the market. Each of the options here are able to be shipped around the country and they are reasonably priced. Wine lovers should definitely give some of them a try. You won’t be sorry you did.
Besa mi Vino
Besa mi Vino runs a vineyard in Napa Valley, California. Offering Rose All Day and Just Right White, Besa mi Vino specializes in organic wines. Each wine is free of sugar, vegan, gluten-free, and can be shipped right to your door. You’ll be free to enjoy the crisp taste just about anywhere from your backyard to your bathtub. Wines are available in 6-packs, but 12 and 24-packs are also available.
Lubanzi Wines recently began offering canned wines in addition to the more traditional bottles. The selection is limited to Chenin Blanc or a Red Blend. Like many brands, every can is equal to half of a bottle. So, a 4-pack ($30) is equal to two full bottles of wine. All purchases come with free shipping.
Union Wine Co.
Union Wine Co is a great option for the sheer number of options they offer. No matter what type of wine you like, there is a good chance that Union Wine Co has an option for you. Some of the options include The Bubbles, Mei Wine, Nouveau Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Riesling Radler, Rose, Rose Bubbles, and Strawberry Cooler. Wines are available in 4-packs or 24-can flats. Prices start at $24.
Sans Wine Co.
Sans Wine Co sources the best possible, premium grapes from organic farms and environmentally conscious growers in order to craft the most delicious, natural wines. Most wines come in 3, 6, 12, and 24-packs. You can even order variety packs with multiple different wines. Some available options include Cabernet Sauvignon, Carbonic Carignan, Riesling, Rose, Sauvignon Blanc, Sparkling Rose, and Zinfandel.
House Wines are produced in Washington state. Like many of the wineries on this list they offer wine in cans, but also in bottles and boxes. House Wines offer more canned selections than most, so this is a great option if you want to try a few different selections. You can purchase 6-packs in Chardonnay, Lemon Lime Spritz, Original Red Blend, Paloma Wine Cocktail, Sangria, Sauvignon Blanc, and more.
Make sure to let us know your experiences with canned wines in the comments!
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