The 20 Canned Rosés To Order Online This Summer

Alcohol in can form has come a long way since the strictly-beer days of summers past. Suddenly, we're swimming in a shoppable sea of everything from canned cocktails to hard seltzers, ciders, and wine. Although it's no longer as novel as it once was, these aluminum booze alternatives are still the trendiest choice for our portable summer drinking needsdressing down fancier drinks with more casual exteriors fit for any and all outdoor occasions. And the queen of this seasonal trend, in our humble opinion, is still rosé.
To honor it, we've rounded up 20 of the best rosé four to six-packs available (with cocktail, seltzer, and cider options included) — from new brand debuts to oldie but goodie classics. The canned pink drinks ahead are ready for easy online ordering and in person sipping with a straw — for whenever and wherever summertime takes you.
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Nomadica's cans hold a light, fruit-forward rosé with notes of strawberries, grapefruit, and a crisp minerality finish.
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Una Lou's canned Pinot Noir rosé is organically made in California and bursting with strawberry, grapefruit, and a hint of sea salt flavors.
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Summery fruit flavors like strawberries, watermelon, and peaches blend together in Underwood Wine's Oregon-grown rosé in a can.
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Winc's popular Ruza rosé in a can is light and refreshing with flavors of rose petals, strawberries, and watermelon.
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Nomikai's Californian rosé cans are slightly fizzy with vibrant, fruit-forward notes of grapefruit and currant.
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Citrus, strawberries, and a crisp finish are the star traits in House Wine's sparkling canned rosé.
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Pampelonne offers canned rosé in cocktail-spritzer form by flavoring the lightly sparkling wine with zesty lime.
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Babe Walker's infamous rosé brand hails from California and is a Sauvignon Blanc-Zinfandel blend with juicy red berry and crisp citrus flavors.
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Lila's cans are dry and refreshing with watermelon, strawberry, and orange peel flavors — plus a touch of minerality.
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Produced by the France Ford Coppola Winery, Sofia's sparkling cans are a blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay that's fruity, spicy, floral, and best enjoyed with salty potato chips.
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The recently launched Anyday Rosé's cans are Venmo-friendly and made from a blend of cider and rosé wine with hops.
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Strong minerality coupled with light fruit flavors and a bright crisp finish, The Drop's canned rosé is refreshing and a tad effervescent.
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Made from a blend of Grenache, Mourvèdre, Counoise, and Cinsaut, each can of Margerum's rosé contains more than half a bottle of wine.
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From California's Central Coast, Alloy's vibrant and acidic cans are summer fruit-filled with strawberry, watermelon, and peachy flavor.
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These Californian rosé cans set themselves apart from the rest with how much wine they hold: over two thirds of a standard-sized bottle, or four full glasses.
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Bollicini's sparkling cans contain the ripe and rich flavor undertone of berries with cream.
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Chateau Maris's crisp Grenache rosé is organic and sold in BPA-free cans.
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Dark Horse's cans are filled with a dry and fruity Provence-style rosé.
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Nauti Seltzer's cans offer a rosé-flavored malt beverage that's packed with sparkling notes of orange, peach, raspberry, and cherry.
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These aptly-named cans hold Grenache rosé that packs a crisp and strongly fruit-forward punch.

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