10 Wine you can drink without a bottle opener


It's one thing that makes every trip so fun: wine. But who wants to schlep around a bar wagon's value of deliveries like copper and opener just to get your buzz on? Instead of bulky bottles, companies launch a lot of delicious wines in nice jars. Just pop one of these guys in the bag and go.

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White wines

Sans Wine Company Napa Valley Riesling

Tasting Notes: This light wine was launched this year and is refreshing, with just a touch of apple and ripe pear seed. The company calls its non-pesticide farming method "beyond organic" because it's just extra.

Price: $ 45 for 3 cans

Sans Wine Company Napa Valley Riesling

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$ 45.00

Bridge Lane Wine White Merlot

Tasting Notes: Made of (obvi) red Merlot grapes, the fruit is juiced and has no contact with the skin, why it is so bright color. It smells like grapefruit and lemongrass and tastes like citrus and Fuji apple. SOLD.

Price: $ 34 for a 4-pack

Bridge Lane Wine White Merlot

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$ 34.00

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Sofia Blanc de Blancs

Tasting Notes: These cute pink mini-cans come with a straw to sip. Lightly bubbly, it has soft flavors of juicy pears, melon and honeysuckle and delivers a pleasant scent of white flowers, lemon peel and almond.

Price: $ 17 for a 4-pack

Sofia Blanc de Blancs

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$ 16.99

Rosé Wines

Drop Cali Rosé

Tasting Notes: Launched in May, this is the first preserved rosé that can be recycled – for the rare occasions when you do not polish it at once. The nose of the dry wine is a bit fruity before it gives room to a sharp taste and a weak surface.

Price: $ 7 per can

Drop Cali Rose

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$ 6.97

Nomadica Wine Pink River Rosé

Tasting Notes: Los Angeles-based Nomadica began curating wine from all over the world in cans created by artists in 2017; It released three special edition this year. This rosé is dry, delicate and a rather pale color with grapefruit and strawberries.

Price: $ 30 for a 6-pack

Nomadica Wine Pink River Rosé

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$ 30.00

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Babe Rosé with bubbles

Tasting Notes: This bright and sharp sparkling rosé is virtually made for selfies. And with earthy undertones and notes of honey dough and cantaloupe it can be a bit for easy to drink.

Price: $ 20 for a 4-pack

Babe Rose with bubbles

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$ 21.99

Margerum Riviera Rosé

Tasting Notes: Made of a mixture of four different grapes, each jar of Margerum rosé contains more than half a bottle of wine. Sprinkle one open, and you will catch a whiff of strawberries, watermelon and spice; take a sigh and you will find that this dry, crisp and refreshing vino plays well with a variety of foods.

Price: $ 14 per can

Margerum Riviera Rosé

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$ 14.00

Red wines

The Infinite Monkey Theorem Red Wine

Tasting Notes: Lightly carbonated Merlot = your new jam. This Denver-made wine comes with you with rosin, tobacco, black cherry and vanilla vibes, and leaves you with a cocoa and dried figs.

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Price: $ 15 for a 4-pack

The Infinite Monkey Theorem Red Wine

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$ 15.00

Porch Pounder Red Wine Shorty Preserved Wine

Tasting Notes: A Pinot Noir-based blend filled with juicy raspberries and strawberry flavors, lingering on your taste with vanilla and mocka. Pro tip: It tastes best ~ something ~ cooled.

Price: $ 24 for a 4-pack

Porch Pounder Red Wine Shorty Preserved Wine

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$ 24.00

Barefoot Cellars Summer Red Spritzer

Taste note: Barefoots recently launched summer red spritzer provides a rush of bold berry and a yummy scent of peach and orange. In addition, it's a bit sweet, making it a perfect partner for burgers, pizza and seven layers of dip.

Price: $ 3 per can

Barefoot Cellars Summer Red Spritzer

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$ 2.99