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Potent portables: One 350 mL can is equal to about half a bottle of wine. Photo by Felicia LaLomia

At a beach, a picnic or your backyard, wine in a can just says summer. Pop open our local favorites. 

ROSÉ 2020, Palmer Vineyards 

If you think canned rosé lacks personality, introduce yourself to Palmer. This is a dry rosé with notes of strawberry and a surprising spiciness, thanks to a blend that includes both cabernet franc and syrah in addition to merlot and cabernet sauvignon. $7/can 


The entire line of CANette spritzers — featuring fizzy fruit-citrus mashups like pomegranate-lime and watermelon-yuzu — is plain fun. But it’s hard to get more summery than this new release, which somehow manages to evoke a fresh blueberry pie without tasting like dessert. At only 6% ABV, it’s made for afternoons on the porch. $24/4-pack 

SWEET SCARLET, Pindar Vineyards 

This red table wine is best served chilled and accompanied by views of the water. Off-dry but not cloying, Sweet Scarlet pairs perfectly with your favorite spicy dishes or pizza. It would also make a killer base for your favorite sangria recipe. $24.99/4-pack 


This wine is a party in a can. With hints of citrus and a touch of honey, the riesling-based sparkling white wine has just the right amount of sweetness. Enjoy it with local oysters, a cheese plate or a bucket of fried chicken. 


DRY ROSÉ 2020, Paumanok Vineyards 

The dreamy seaside scene on the label does not lie: This light, bright sip is everything you want in a beach-ready rosé. It’s the first canned wine from standard-bearer Paumanok, recently named New York’s Winery of the Year. $7/can