One of my favorite holidays, National Rosé Day is just around the corner. Last year we talked about how to celebrate, this year I want to talk about what to celebrate with — my favorite beverage, canned rosé. Not only is canned rosé great because of its rosé (duh) but also because it is portable + allowed at beaches + other places glass are not. With so many canned rosés to choose from here are some I think are worth trying.
Best Canned Rosé
When it comes to canned rosés, it can often be hit or miss based on what your local grocery or liquor store carries. Luckily, many wineries allow for online sales – in states with lax enough laws – and may even ship to you for free. That was the case with me and BABE. I’ve always wanted to try their White Girl Rosé + canned rosé but they aren’t carried in Memphis. I ordered online and within a week had canned rosé at my door.
- BABE Rosé with Bubbles – One of the most popular + Instagram worthy brands, BABE’s canned rosé isn’t too sweet but has just enough bubbles to make you feel fancy no matter where you drink it.
- Cupcake Rosé – As a lover of Cupcake’s prosecco + bottled rosé, I am so excited that this now comes in a can!
- Union Wine Company Underwood Rosé – This wine is easily accessible (at least in Memphis) + has all the fruity notes (peach, watermelon, and strawberry) you could desire.
- Union Wine Company Underwood Rosé with Bubbles – I am pro-bubbles in the canned rosé department. This wine is fruity like the original, but a bit more tart.
- Crafters Union Wine Rosé – This wine has similar flavors to Underground, but it comes in a much cuter can which may or may not matter to you.
- Rosé All Day – This elegant + accessible wine is perfect for all your summer activities. While most the wines on this list originate in California, this one comes straight from France.
- Dark Horse Rosé – Unlike the bright vibes of other rosés, this wine goes a little more natural in their branding. This wine is fruit forward with no oak contact. Can I get an “Amen!”
- Original House Wine Rosé – This was my jam when I lived in Austin. It was one of the first canned rosés I’ve ever had. It has more a citrus taste which gives it a crisp finish.
- Original House Wine Rosé Bubbles – Pretty much the same as their other wine + bubbles. Original House has an array of canned wine + spritzers which are worth checking out.
- Muddy Boot Wines Rosé – I met one of the owners of this brand at Blogger Xpo last year. he was so sweet + painted a great picture of this family owned business. It doesn’t hurt that the wine is great – seriously, I even liked the red!
- RUZA – This wine brings raspberry to the forefront along with strawberry + cherries. It has a very bright, dry finish.
- Lila Rosé – Another Frenchie on the list, this canned rosé is naturally low in sugar + carbs. This wine has a hint of minerality + orange peel.
- Lila Bubby Rosé – Unlike the standard rosé, this one originates in Italy. This wine has hints of passion fruit + rose petals giving it a beautiful aroma.
- Barefoot Rosé Spritzer – While not the fanciest wine on the list, it is still worthy of making it. This is a tried + true wine if you’re in a bind; it’s everywhere. Despite any preconceived notions you may have, this wine is delicious.
Need even more rosé? This frosé is a great recipe to enjoy from your favorite wine on National Rosé Day.