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The Best Canned Wines | 2020

30 of the Best Canned Wines You'll Want to Drink All Summer Long

Cheers to hot days at the pool, warm nights on the patio, and clinking to canned wine all summer long! Canned wine is not only convenient for packing on the go and making wine nights easier than ever (no more wine glasses to clean!), but these days, it can taste just as good as bottled wine. It's crisp, fresh, and can be kept in the cooler no matter how long you're out in the sun for. These nontraditional wines even stack up to the fanciest wines in the wine cellar — they're that good.

Whether you prefer red-wine-based sangria, Rosé, or Chardonnay, there's a canned wine that's going to be calling your name. Read on to discover the best canned wines you can buy for picnics, beach days, and pool lounging, and get ready to crack open a can — no wine opener required. Cheers!

Additional reporting by Lauren Harano and Nile Cappello

Made by women, Bev is a brand that supports and promotes female empowerment in business and beyond. The company's canned wine is (extremely) cute, fresh, and perfect for every summer day. You can enjoy a bright and fizzy Pinot Grigio, a citrusy Sauvignon Blanc, and a crisp Rosé, depending on what you're in the mood for. Get an eight-pack for $49.

With a bold name and an even bolder flavor, the She Can wine collection is all you need to sip on the best flavors of summertime. The creators, sisters Robin and Andréa, were raised by strong single mothers (in different continents, check out their incredible story here!) who taught them to be fearless and instilled in them the idea that they could do anything. The She Can Rosé pays homage to Robin's mom, while the She Can Sauvignon Blanc is a tribute to Andréa's two moms. Buy a pack of four for $24.

Are you a fan of the country band Little Big Town? Check out their Day Drinking canned wine collection if you want to indulge in the ultimate summertime bliss. Not only are the cans super cute, but the flavors are just as bright. Get an 18-count variety pack with Rosé, Southern peach, and watermelon Rosé flavors for $85.

Pucker up! The French Kiss Club is here to make your Rosé dreams come true. These cute cans are filled with mouthwatering Rosé that's so good, it just might make you blush. You can gulp down a four-pack of bubbly wine for only 16 bucks!

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Going somewhere? Not without Wine by Joe's canned wine! With a Pinot Grigio, Pinot Noir, and Rosé, this wine is all you need for your next outing. Taste bright flavors and rich grapes, all while getting a good buzz.

With notes of orange, strawberry, peach, and cranberry, Epic Pursuit's Rosé wine spritzer is a dream come true. You can snag four cans for $19 and enjoy them anywhere that the sun shines. Ahhh, nothing like summertime.

Want an extremely tasty organic canned wine? Ah-So is here to save the day! Every can is 100-percent organically farmed and hand-harvested, without the use of herbicides or pesticides. *Clink* is right!

If you're on the hunt for a craft English wine, Nania's Vineyard's canned wine is all you need. The company planted just 30 vines on their small urban vineyard back in 2017, and have continued to grow ever since. Cheers to that! You can get 12 cans for $61, so stock up.

Complete with chic cans and a refreshing taste, Rosé Water is a combination of sparkling water and French dry Rosé wine. The fresh blend of grapes works effortlessly with the water to create a crisp beverage that has simple ingredients, light alcohol, and low calories.

Shady Lane Cellars Brio wine cans are basically summer in a can. The website describes the cans like so: "By definition Brio captures the essence of cool climate wines — enthusiastic, bright, vibrant and vivacious." We'll cheers to that!

Dark Horse has brought canned wine to the table, and wow, it's fresh. With options like Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon Blanc, Rosé, and brut, there's nothing here a wine-lover won't fall head over heels for. Crack one open whenever you need to cool off (and get your buzz on!).

Shamps canned sparkling wine has only 110 calories and 5 percent ABV per 12-ounce can, and it comes in six-packs (with a really cute design) for 22 bucks. It was founded in NYC "by a few sparkling wine-lovers who wished their favorite drink could be more accessible," the website explains.

WineSociety is made in Napa Valley and offers three blends: a red called Tempt, a white blend called Fate, and a Rosé blend called Chance. The wines come in minimally designed, environmentally friendly cans, and are available online only. Each order comes with nine 500-milliliter cans, and at $129 per case with free delivery, this is a great option for stocking up ahead of a beach trip or a weekend in.

Dear Mom has four blends to choose from, including a sparkling option, a red, a white, and a Rosé. Each blend comes with its own distinct can design that's guaranteed to catch attention in a crowd. There are bright red balloons for when you want it dark, classic cars for the white label, pastel-pink popsicles covering the cans of Rosé, and colorful stars scattered like stardust on a midnight-blue background for the sparkling white selection. The blends come in packs of four that add up to one full bottle of vino, and it'll cost you just $16.

Similar to the lifestyle brand's bottled Rosé, these cans offer a crisp, summery combination of strawberry, citrus, and white peach flavors, all packaged up in the cutest blush-pink drinking vessels you can transport just about anywhere. Get a four-pack for $17.

The canned Cupcake Rosé and Sauvignon Blanc come in cute yellow and pink cans ready to pop open at a moment's notice, and you don't have to worry about bringing a corkscrew opener. Each can holds 375 milliliters — exactly half of a standard 750-milliliter bottle — so you can share with your SO, or keep it all to yourself. Cupcake describes the white wine as having notes of lemon and nectarine, while the Rosé is "crisp with watermelon and strawberry." Yum! Get 'em for only $6 a can.

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In an effort to make wine more accessible, Archer Roose packages their varietals and blends in cans that are as well-suited for fine dining tables as they are for country roads. The Malbec is a 100 percent varietal produced in Mendoza, Argentina, that features notes of blackberry and cherry. Snag a pack of four for only $16.

Whether you're at the beach or in the snow, this sparkling canned wine from California can be a year-round go-to. The Drop Red Wine is a blend of Old Vine Zinfandel Blend with Syrah and Petite Sirah that won a silver medal in the 2018 Los Angeles International Wine Competition, and you can get eight for $32.

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Barefoot offers a full fleet of canned wine spritzers, effervescent and easily drinkable twists on traditional blends. In addition to a red sangria, crisp white, and Rosé, the Barefoot Summer Red Spritzer is the perfect way to bring a refreshing red on the go, and it's only three bucks each!

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From the same people who gave us White Girl Rosé comes Babe Wine, a bubbly canned wine perfect for any (and all) occasions. And the best part? An eight-pack is only $28!

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With each can the equivalent of a half-bottle of wine, Sans Wine Company knows what their consumers want. This '17 Cabernet Sauvignon from their Soda Pop Vineyard is the brand's most acclaimed varietal, and was chosen as Wine Enthusiast Editor's Choice and rated 90 points - an honor that proves Sans isn't just competing with other cans, but bottles, too. You can get a pack of six for $150.

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You know a wine trend is approved when even old-school vintners like Coppola are getting in on the action. The Francis Ford Coppola Pinot Noir Can proves that you don't have to compromise tradition or quality to increase convenience. You can get a set of four for only $24. Cheers!

This canned version of the House Wine Original Red Blend takes the brand's classic red to the next level of accessibility. The blend is 40 percent Cabernet Sauvignon, 40 percent Merlot, and 20 percent Syrah, and is only $32 for six.

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As this brand puts it, "Don't let glass hold you back." With the Porch Pounder Red Wine, make every situation a red wine situation. Get a pack of four for $24.

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Pinot Noir in a can? No, your eyes aren't deceiving you — Union Wine Company's Underwood Pinot Noir gives a new meaning to Champagne taste on a beer budget with cans of this Oregon-made red wine. We're talking 28 bucks for a pack of four.

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Most canned wines tend to be whites or Rosés (as they're best served chilled), and as a red wine drinker, I was excited to spot this Summer Red Fizzy from Don Simon. The canned sangria has a red wine base, citrus soda, and a splash of lemon. The fruity beverage is just sweet enough but isn't overly sugary, and it's a phenomenal alternative to making your own pitchers of sangria.

The sangria is from Spain but has made its way to the US. It's sold at H-E-B stores and Cost Plus World Market. Pick up six-packs of these cans (330 milliliters each) for $10.

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The first thing you'll notice about Nomadica canned wines is the packaging — and that's the intention. Based out of Los Angeles, this trendy wine label aims to combine art and wine by featuring captivating illustrations on the packaging itself. (Side note: it comes as no surprise that the company is also the mastermind behind the Instagram-famous "Pink Is a Nice Color" art installation in Los Angeles that featured three houses painted bright pink.) "I wanted to do really, really good wine in a can with art on the labels; otherwise it gets boring," a member of the Nomadica team told POPSUGAR. Nomadica currently offers rosé, sparkling rosé, sparkling white, and red, as well as a sampler pack of all four starting at $50 for an eight-pack (equivalent to more than 2.5 bottles of wine).

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Possibly the most millennial (read: Instagram-worthy) canned wine, Nomadica comes in several eye-catching varieties that speak to different people's aesthetics. You can order Nomadica online or find it in stores in LA, and soon in more states like New York, Oklahoma, and Tennessee.

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There's no need to keep bottles of Chardonnay over ice all day thanks to Surf Swim's summery canned Chardonnay. Based in LA, Surf Swim is rolling out its four-packs of the refreshing white wine at WinCo stores for $13.

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The Infinite Monkey Theorem has a canned wine for every preference: a lightly carbonated red, a sweet and bubbly Moscato, a refreshing Rosé, a dry white wine, and a crisp Sauvignon Blanc. There's also a dry-hopped pear cider for those who prefer a fruitier cider over wine. You can find these cans in 44 states across the country at stores like BevMo, Total Wine, and (soon) Safeway for $15 per four-pack.

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This canned wine will speak to your soul if your motto is "Rosé All Day." Made by the same company as the Bushido's Way of the Warrior Canned Sake, Nomikai California Rosé is fizzy, not too sweet, and ideal for summer cookouts. Wine stores across the country are carrying the new wine for $5 per can.

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Italian wine brand Bollicini recently launched these adorable four-packs of canned Rosé in the US. The imported Italian sparkling wine is available in stores nationally for $10 per four-pack, and fans of crisp, bubbly Rosé will want to scout out one of these millennial-pink-colored packs.

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Look for the blue Bollicini cans of sparkling Cuvée if Champagne is your sunny-day drink of choice. Drink a can on its own, or add a mini bottle of orange juice to your cooler for perfectly portioned individual mimosas.

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