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Canned wine to drink

Thanks to canned wine, you don’t have to worry about forgetting to pack a corkscrew for that bottle of Pinot Gris or cups for everyone to take a sip on your next picnic outing.

Here’s a look at three new wines for this summer.

The Drop

Attention rosé lovers. The Drop is a wine
Photo Credit: The Drop

Attention rosé lovers. The Drop is a wine company founded last year that specializes in a light, crisp pink wine made from a blend of chenin blanc, zinfandel and syrah sourced from a vineyard in Lodi, California. $14.99/four-pack of 8.4-oz. cans; thedropwine.com

Underwood

Since 2013, the Oregon-based winery Union Wine Co.
Photo Credit: Union Wine Company

Since 2013, the Oregon-based winery Union Wine Co. has been part of the "beerification of wine" movement with its brand of canned wines, called Underwood. This summer, it added a sparkling wine to its lineup (which also includes rosé, pinot noir and pinot gris). Just a heads up -- one can is about half a bottle's worth of wine, so drink wisely. $28/four-pack of 375-mL cans; unionwinecompany.com

Lila Wines

This new line of canned wines comes in
Photo Credit: Lila Wines

This new line of canned wines comes in three varietals: a Provence rosé, Marlborough sauvignon blanc and Italian pinot grigio. The wines come in a colorful, recycled can and are best served slightly chilled. $12.99/four-pack of 8.4-oz. cans; lilawines.com

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