In case you were concerned your summer might not go as well as you hope it to—Trader Joe’s has got your back. The national grocer has introduced Simpler Wines, a line of canned wines that cost $4 for a 4-pack. In case math isn’t your thing, that adds up to $1 a can. Better yet, the cans are 6.3 oz, making a 4-pack equivalent to about one bottle of wine.
Choose among a refreshing sparkling white or a pink, bubbly rosé. Trader Joes says the sparkling white features notes of “juicy honeydew and fresh-cut herbs,” while the rosé has “elegant, mineral notes and red fruit flavors.”
Originally Simpler Wines were reported to only be available in New York City, but Instagram tells a different story.
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So yesterday at kiddo drop-off a fellow preschool mom brought me a can of #simplerwines rosé to try … I joked that I am either doing something right, or something terribly terribly wrong as drop-off doubles as wine trade time Anywhoo, we both tried it and decided to ensure our scientific experiment had a proper control group, we needed to also try the white version #obvi Stay tuned for test results … also, happy Thursday! Nothing says Thursday quite like sparkling wine (in a can), confetti, and ranunculus … right?!! **Edited to note that we tried it later in the day … not during preschool drop-off ♀️
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Summer 2017, we are officially ready for ya.