Good Wine in Cool Cans

Bridge Lane Rosé, at Provisions in Salisbury, Conn. Photo by Anne Day

If the thought of wine in a can makes you bristle, you are not alone. Immediately, thoughts of a vaguely aluminum taste lingering in your end of the day reward might enter your mind. Then there’s the romance and ritual of a bottle of wine: the selection, the popping of the cork and the pouring of the glass. Cracking a can of wine as you would a Bud Light just does not have the same effect. Quality questions also abound: would you ever find a wine that was actually good in a can?

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