Wine drinkers sometimes discount the idea of canned wines. While canned wines might have a bad reputation, if people try them, they are often pleasantly surprised. Many of the wineries putting out canned wines are offering a top-notch product. They offer different blends, often made with organic ingredients. Some are even vegan. If you’ve never considered trying canned wines, you need to rethink that plan.
Not only are canned wines more convenient and perfectly portable, they are good for the environment, too. Many of the wineries on this list are environmentally conscious and offer the best possible ingredients in each wine they produce. Wines are in cans, which means the product is made with recycled material and is recyclable when you’re finished with it.
Are you ready to try some canned wines? If you are, you’ll find plenty of options to choose from. Here are some of the top options out there. Give them a try and let us know what you think!
Besa mi Vino
Besa mi Vino is made close to home in Napa Valley, California. Two wines are available in 6, 12, or 24-packs. Your options are All Day Rose or the Just Right White. Every wine is made with the best, organic ingredients. The result is a crisp, fruity taste that is vegan, gluten free, and sugar-free. These wines are perfect for lounging the day way, playing at the beach, or sharing with friends.
Sans Wine Co.
Sans Wine Co is made with organic ingredients that are sourced from environmentally conscious growers. This creates a luscious, full-bodied natural wine. You can take your pick of multiple brands starting in 3-packs. 6, 12, and 24-packs are also available. You can opt for a single type of wine or pick up a variety pack. Some wines offered by Sans Wine Co include Carbonic Carignan, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, and Zinfandel.
Bridge Lane specializes in canned wines. One can is the equivalent of a half of a bottle. There are different wines available to suit all tastes. Options include Chardonnay, Rose, Sauvignon Blanc, Red Blend, and White Merlot. Each wine is sold in 6-packs. You can get a single kind of opt for the variety pack. Prices vary based on the wine but start at around $34.
House Wines hail from Washington state and they offer more wines than anyone on this list. In addition to cans, House Wine also offer bottles and even boxes of wine. Everyone should be able to find a wine that they like, here. Some options include Chardonnay, Original Red Blend, Sangria, Paloma Wine Cocktail, Lemon Lime Spritz, Sauvignon Blanc, and more.
Union Wine Co.
Union Wine Co is another winery that features a wide variety of available canned wines. Some popular options include Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Rose, Rose Bubbles, Mei Wine, The Bubbles, Riesling Radler, and Strawberry Cooler. Each wine can be purchased in either 4-packs or 24-packs, starting at $24.
Make sure to let us know which wines you try and what you think!