Wine in a can has always intrigued me. Was it something that I was totally missing out on? Well my questions were answered when I headed over to Molly’s Spirits to check it out for myself. I decided to stick with white wine and selected Infinite Monkey Theorem White Wine, Underwood Riesling Radler, The Great Oregon Wine Company Pinot Grigio and Frico Sparking Italian Wine. All of these wines were around $3 per can and sold individually so you don’t have to commit to an entire six-pack which I appreciated. Underwood Riesling Radler:
This wine not only had the prettiest can, but it was also interesting as it was more of a wine cocktail. It was only 3% alcohol which makes it perfect for a brunch or afternoon drink. It was very refreshing and a little on the sweeter side. I typically do not like sweet drinks but I did like this wine, I would recommend it.
Infinite Monkey Theorem White Wine:
This wine is made right in my hood, so I really wanted to like it. I loved the packaging with the sleek black thin can. It was a little sweeter than I would normally like with some hints of pineapple. It was sweeter than the Frico wine, but definitely drinkable and again reminded me of a day drinking wine at a backyard BBQ. If you like wines that are on the sweeter side then I would recommend it.
The Great Oregon Wine Company Pinot Grigio:
This was the smallest of the four cans and 1 can=1 glass of wine. This wine was crisp, fresh and again great for a summer BBQ. It must be the can that makes me think of being outdoors. It is a little tart and sweet at the same time, but after the first couple of sips I found that it mellowed out and was really enjoyable. I thought this wine would be perfect to serve to a group of people at your house without having to worry about plastic wine cups or glasses.
Frico Sparkling Italian Wine:
I saved the best for last! This was my favorite out of the four. It was crisp, dry and had that effervescent flavor that completed the package. I would highly recommend this wine for anyone that does not like sweet wine and wants to keep it classy at your next house party or afternoon in the park.