Does your inner wine snob turn up its nose at the idea of canned wine? Well, it might be time to let go of some of that prejudice. Craft breweries have been gravitating towards cans for years, and for good reason.
Since cans are opaque, they do a better job of protecting the liquid inside from sunlight exposure damage. Cans cool down much more quickly than bottles, so cans are particularly good for whites and rosés. Of course, cans are much more portable too. Plus, new canning technology prevents the liquid inside from picking up the metallic flavors you might associate with cheap canned beer. So if you’d like to try canned wine, here are 8 of our top picks.