A new generation of canned spritzer is playful yet sophisticated, as producers focus on low-alcohol, lightly sweetened offerings that don\u2019t compromise on good wine. You\u2019ll want one in hand as the weather warms up.\r\nCold Cola Rouge\r\nHoxie\r\nJosh Rosenstein, the maker of Hoxie, admits a preference for hybrid varieties like Chambourcin and Vidal Blanc, and he sources much of his fruit from Augusta, Missouri, the first American Viticultural Area (AVA). Hoxie makes its own cola for this Kalimotxo-inspired can, which is blended with Chambourcin. Rosenstein believes that we\u2019ll see \u201cthe consumer spritzing year-round.\u201d\r\nThe Underwood Mei Wine\r\nUnion Wine Company\r\nCanned wine giant Underwood works with growers from around Oregon. \u201cThe products are...not taking themselves too seriously,\u201d says Union Wine Company Founder Ryan Harms. This limited seasonal collaboration with Mei Lin, chef/partner at Nightshade in LA, is made with Riesling, guava, lemongrass, lychee, yuzu, tea, elderflower and almond.\r\n\r\n\r\nDry Ros\u00e9 Wine Spritzer\r\nPortland Sangria \r\nRyan Sharp, winemaker at Portland Sangria, sources all of his ingredients from throughout the Pacific Northwest to create intriguing blends like this fizzy Syrah-based selection flavored with raspberry, loganberry and cardamom.\r\nFrench 75\r\nPampelonne Sparkling Wine Cocktails \r\nPampelonne balances creative with classic. While the brand\u2019s other releases like Watermelon Americano and Harvest Pear Palmetto offer a glimpse, the French 75 delivers all the elderflower, juniper and citrus expected in a made-to-order cocktail. At a modest 6% abv, it\u2019s also inspired for a cookout.\r\nPeach Bellini\r\nInfinite Monkey Theorem \r\nThis is another classic cocktail turned canned wine spritzer. The peach juice is from Palisade, in Colorado\u2019s Grand Valley. Ben Parsons, the company\u2019s founder/winemaker, says that harvest dates, sugar and acidity parameters are the most important factors to produce quality canned wine spritzers.