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Those of us who attended college in the United States know that Trader Joe’s is the place to go for cheap wine. I mean, what makes a thrifty college student happier than two-buck chuck?

Lucky for all of us sommeliers on a budget, the brand announced a new brand of canned sparkling wines that retail for $3.99 for a four-pack of cans. That’s just $1 per can of wine, you guys.

According to TJ’s, the Simpler Wines White contains notes of honeydew and fresh-cut herbs, perfect for pairing with fresh bread and olives or Parmigiano-Reggiano. The Simpler Wines Rosé has “elegant, mineral notes and red fruit flavors,” making it a perfect match for pasta, seafood, or sweets.

Plus, you don’t need a bottle opener to open these perfectly portioned servings, making them a great choice for warm-weather outings.

Our summer picnics are about to get a whole lot more bubbly.

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