Libations

Nice Cans

Our editor's choices of the best portable wines to bring on your next ski trip.

Canned wines have come a long way. Pop a few in your pack or in your tailgate cooler for an impromptu wine-tasting after a glorious spring day on the slopes.

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Underwood Pinot Gris
Pear, grapefruit, and peach combine to make this fruity little number pop.
Company based in Oregon; unionwinecompany.com.

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Infinite Monkey Theorem Rosé
A hint of black pepper gives this fun-loving rosé a bit of levity. 
Company based in Colorado; theinfinitemonkeytheorem.com.

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St. Mayhem Spicy Lil Fkr
This bubbly wine cooler is aged on habañero and jalapeño peppers for a nice little kick.
Company based in California; artfarmwine.com.

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Porch Pounder Red Wine Shorty
A medium-bodied Pinot Noir blend with notes of cocoa, cinnamon and nutmeg, and a yummy burst of cherries.
Company based in California; findyourporch.com.

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Barefoot Refresh Rosé Spritzer 
The mandarin and peach notes in this Grenache and Moscato bubbly blend will trick you into thinking you’re at the beach.
Company based in California; barefootwine.com.

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House Wine Chardonnay
A quintessential Chard packed with apple, peach, and Asian pear, and balanced by a hint of vanilla. Delicious grapefruity finish, too.
Company based in Washington State; originalhousewine.com.

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The Great Oregon Wine Company Pinot Noir
Cherry and boysenberry pair with earthy mushroom and oak notes for a medium-bodied red that’s balanced and comfortable in its own skin.
Company based in Oregon; greatoregonwine.com.

Looking for a few different flavors of wine in a can? Check out our profile on The Infinite Monkey Theorem