Costco’s Skinny Freezer Wine Pops Will Cool You Off During the Dog Days of Summer

Chill out with these boozy Costco wine pops.

The warm-weather season is winding down, and PSLs are about to take over. But if you’re still all about catching rays poolside with a wine glass in hand, you’ll be happy to know Costco is still serving up boozy goodies. You can find 100-calorie vodka ice pops in stores, but if vodka isn’t your thing, maybe this will be.

Costco is selling Skinny Freezer wine pops, and these guilty pleasures aren’t as guilty as you might think!

Snag Yours in 4 Fruity Flavors

A glass of wine is great, but we’re thinking these convenient Skinny Freezer wine pops are just as tasty for finishing off your tan. They come in 4 irresistible flavors packaged together like the ice pops you know and love from childhood. Every 12-count purchase contains fruity flavors like orangeberry, strawberry grapefruit, peach mango and our personal favorite, blackberry pomegranate. We can’t think of anything better to crunch on under the sun.

Like their vodka counterpart, each individual pop contains 8% ABV and only 114 calories per serving. They don’t come frozen, so these guys will take a few hours in the freezer to harden. What goes better at the summer bash than a refreshing, frozen wine pop? (Nothing.)

Here’s Where to Look

Unfortunately, there is sort of a catch to these treats. While you can find them in Costco in Texas, Oregon, Vermont and Virginia, they’re not available in stores nationwide. The locations vary due to alcohol regulations in some states, so your Costco may eventually adopt them or may not depending on the laws.

On the bright side, the wine pops are available for online order at Rancho Liquor in 40 states, so your chances of snagging a pack are still pretty high. They’ll only cost you around $20, which is really a small price to pay for all this fun-in-the-sun flavor.

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