Bev Canned Wine Reviews

Published on June 7, 2021
Last modified on June 20, 2023

For these Bev Wine Reviews we were given a sample and this post contains affiliate links.  If you make a purchase we may be compensated.  All opinions are our own.

Written By Alison Chew    |    Dietitian Verified by Rebecca Housh, MS, RDN


What is Bev Wine?

Bev is changing the way we think about wine by delivering premium canned wine made from California grapes, with zero sugar, in 6 fizzy varieties.  They are on a mission to empower women in business and beyond starting with their women-led team and wine “Made By Chicks”.


Bev Wine Coupon Code

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Bev Wine Pros


Bev Wine Cons

  • Expensive
  • Would like to see more bold red wines


How much is Bev canned wine?


The cost of Bev wine online is between $3.16 – $4.88 per can depending on the number of cans that you buy and if you make a one-time purchase or subscribe to flexibly monthly deliveries.

Keep in mind that each 8.4oz can of Bev is equal to 1.68 servings or a glass and a half of wine. That means that 4 (250ML) cans are equal to 1.3 bottles of wine and one case (24-pack) is equal to 8 bottles of wine.

Bev canned wine is sold in packs of 8, 24, and 48.  You can make a One-Time purchase or Subscribe to flexible monthly shipments and save 20%.

  • 8 pack: One time $49; Subscribe & Save $39
  • 24 pack (equivalent to 8 bottles of wine): One time $99; Subscribe & Save $79
  • 48 pack (equivalent to 16 bottles of wine): One time $190; Subscribe & Save $152
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How much is Bev shipping?

Free 2-day shipping to adults within the Continental United States except for Utah, Mississippi, Alabama, Kentucky, New Jersey, Delaware, Rhode Island, Indiana, and Oklahoma.


Bev Wine Reviews

Bev wine comes in 6 varieties including Rose, Blanc, Gris, Noir, Glitz, and Glam.  Each is from the Central Coast of CA, is dry and a little fizzy, with between 11-12.9% ABV.

For our Bev wine reviews, we received 8 cans of each Bev Noir and Bev Glitz and also received the Bev Ladies Night variety pack which includes 24 cans, 8 of each Bev Blanc, Bev Gris, and Bev Rose.  Take 20% OFF with code MEALFINDS20 >>


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I was super excited to try Bev canned wine because it comes in a convenient can with a serving and half of wine.  If you are like me, you enjoy wine but don’t like opening a bottle just for yourself and find that individual cans or bottles, similar to beer, are more convenient and won’t go to waste.

All of Bev’s wines are a little fizzy, on the dryer side (i.e. not too sweet), with a fairly high ABV (up to 12.9%) compared to other canned wines.  I love sparkling wine, especially on a hot summer day or while celebrating a special occasion, and prefer it extra dry and not very sweet.   Take 20% OFF with code MEALFINDS20 >>




So what did we think of this canned wine?  My personal favorites are the Bev Rose and the Bev Noir.

The Bev Rose is not overly sweet with hints of berries.  It is light and refreshing and perfect for a summer night.  The Bev Noir sounded really interesting as it’s Bev’s only red wine.  I love red wine, but sometimes it’s too heavy when it’s hot out.  This red had more flavor than some of the other Bev wines, yet was crisp, a little bubbly, and perfect with BBQ.

The Bev Gris and Bev Blanc were similar, both a citrus-forward taste.  The sweetest wine we tried was the Bev Glitz.  This wine, exclusively for Bev Subscribers, is a sparkling white wine that reminded me of a not-so-sweet Reisling with more bubbles than the other Bev wines we tried.

We didn’t get to try the new Bev Glam, a sparkling rose, but if it’s anything like the Bev Rose I’m sure we will love it.  Take 20% OFF with code MEALFINDS20 >>


Bev Wine Reviews: Ingredients, Calories, & Carbs



What are the Bev wine ingredients?

Bev wine is made with juice and bubbles.  They do not add additives, artificial sugar, or refined sugar to any of their canned wines. And because of their unique blending and fermentation process that removes all sugar after the alcohol is fermented, there is ZERO sugar.  In addition, Bev wine is gluten-free.  Take 20% OFF with code MEALFINDS20 >>


How many calories and carbs are in Bev canned wine?

Each can of Bev wine has around 160 calories and 3 carbs per can.


Where can I buy Bev wine?

Bev can be purchased online as a one-time purchase with FREE 2-day shipping or you can subscribe to regular deliveries and save 20%.

Bev can also be found in select stores, bars, and restaurants throughout the Continental United States.  You can find a location near you by going to the Bev website and using their Store Locator tool. Take 20% OFF with code MEALFINDS20 >>


Bev Wine Reviews: Bottom Line


Bev delivers canned wines made from California grapes, with zero sugar, in 6 fizzy varieties directly to your door.  They are on a mission to change the way we think about wine and empower women in business and beyond.

We love that Bev wines come in a convenient can with a generous serving and a half of wine.  We also love that this wine tasted great, has 0 sugar and few carbs, making it a good choice for those who are watching what they eat and drink.  The FREE 2-day shipping is a great perk as well!

And while we really enjoyed the dry taste and bubbles, Bev wine is more expensive compared to most grocery store canned wines.  But when we compared Bev wine to more premium canned wines, most of which are only online, the price was more in line.

We recommend Bev wine for wine-lovers, anyone looking for a single-serve dry wine, or for those looking to buy a great wine while supporting a women-owned business.  We also think that Bev wines would be a great addition to any summer party, BBQ, wedding, or bridal shower as the packaging is beautiful.   Take 20% OFF with code MEALFINDS20 >>


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This post has been reviewed and approved by our dietitian Rebecca Housh, MS, RDN, LDN for nutritional accuracy.
rebecca-housh-ms-rdn-ldn-registered-dietitianRebecca Housh is a registered dietitian based in Chicago, IL. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology from Boston University and a Master of Science in Human Nutrition from the University of Illinois in Chicago. Rebecca is passionate about the idea of food as medicine in both preventative and therapeutic care. Her current professional interests lie in food security, food access, and nutrition for chronic disease.

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