The Best Single Serving Wine Brands

I would take wine with me everywhere if I could.

I would bring it to the beach or a party, maybe keep some in my purse for emergencies. Since we’re living in a world where millennials are the highest consumers of wine, a new wave of ways to drink wine has emerged. We now have personalized wine delivery clubs, single serving containers and shatterproof glasses (best invention ever). Since I am a millennial, I am all about these single serving wine cups. Check out my favorites below.

PLASTICS

Drink Stack is one of the cooler ways to bring wine with you. These are single serving wines in shatterproof glasses. These are the best to go way to drink wine I’ve seen. They stack on top of each other for optimal storage and come in 4 different kinds (Cab Sav, Red Blend, Pinot Grigio and Chardonnay). You can get a stack of four for $13. 

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Copa Di Vino is the first wine I ever drank at the beach. They’re the perfect size and the tops are resealable. No time for sand in my wine. This company was brought to fruition by the famous show “Shark Tank” and now they’re one of the leaders in single serving wine. With 7 different kinds to chose from, you can make everyone happy! You can get a case of 12 for $36.

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ECO FRIENDLY

Bandit Wines offers 2 sizes (1 liter – $9 and 500 mL – $6) of wine in these awesome “eco-smart” wine cartons. Since they’ve gotten rid of the bottle and cork they’re able to create a better quality wine for you. They offer 2 whites and 3 reds. 

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CANS

White Girl Wine is famous for their “White Girl Rosé but they also have created an on the go rosé called BABE ROSÉ. This rosé in a can has some bubbles too for your added pleasure. These are sold almost everywhere I can think of. I’ve seen them at hockey games, restaurants, bars, everywhere.

The DROP is another canned wine. They have red wine and rosé for you in a convenient 4 pack. Each case runs around $20 depending on where you pick it up but these are the best for the summer and on the go activities where you’re looking to get a little tipsy.

Union Wine Co. has created their Underwood Can in a Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris or a Rosé and it’s revolutionary. This is like a can of beer, but wine. So easy to bring with you and each can has about 2 glasses of wine in it. There is a special lining in the cans that prevents the aluminum from touching the wine (which could effect the taste). Union Wine Co. is removing the snobbishness associated with wine, which is what Chel Love Wine is trying to do to. $24 for a four pack.

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MINIS

It’s also worth mentioning that tons of wine brands now make mini bottles of their best sellers. My favorite ones are from Whispering Angel, The Pinot Project and Cupcake. Just look for wines in the 375ml bottles for a mid sized bottle or look for the 187ml for a single serving size.

 

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16 comments

  1. I am obsessed with Bandit! It is seriously like a juice box for adults. We buy them to sit by the pool with since it isn’t glass and it’s minimal cleanup! I haven’t heard of Underwood but I will have to check them out-the can concept is very intriguing to me.

    1. A juice box for adults is the best description I’ve heard. You’re spot on. it’s definitely different drinking out of a can.. I usually stick a straw in there.

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