Foliage, football games, orchard visits and even sweaters: The most fun of the fall involves getting outside to actively revel in the changing weather. Fortunately, the rise of alternative packaging now makes it easier to enjoy wine while you tick off that to-do list of cool-air activities. Here are four favorite ways to embrace the season, and the convenient canned wines that best complement them.\r\nTailgating\r\nPick a sport\u2014baseball, football, field hockey, roller derby\u2014set up in the parking lot and pop open an Old Westminster Carbonic. Fermented with wild yeast and canned without fining or filtering, this 100% Maryland-grown Cab Franc is medium bodied, vibrant and just plain game-changing. Plus, it\u2019s great with trunk-side barbecue or on its own to celebrate team victories.\r\nTrick-or-Treating\r\nWhile the little ghouls and goblins make their rounds, treat yourself to white Merlot from Long Island\u2019s Bridge Lane, an offshoot of Lieb Cellars. As surprising as some of the costumes that\u2019ll cross your doorstep, this doesn\u2019t see any skin contact, and, unlike the pink stuff from other white Merlots, is straightforward yet expressive, with a wet stone aroma, lemon flavor and lots of lively acidity.\r\n\r\n\r\nHayrides\r\nWhether you\u2019re wagoning around a fall fest or trolling the local pumpkin patch, a cruise through crisp air deserves to be paired with a crisp beverage. Ferdinand\u2019s California Albari\u00f1o is a perfect match for this situation. It\u2019s whole-cluster pressed and spends eight months on lees, which results in a savory wine full of quince and lemongrass that offers a nice salinity on the finish.\r\nApple Picking\r\nSkip cider and tote around The Great Oregon Wine Co.\u2019s Pinot Noir. Earthy and juicy in red cherry character, this is slightly smoky, silky in feel and sports a light-to-medium body\u2014totally gluggable, to put it plainly. It\u2019s just right for your trek through the orchard and complementary to the flavorful, just-picked fruit you\u2019ll be nibbling.