Stack Wines, findingourwaynow.comI found this fun and very portable Stack Wines Cabernet Sauvignon while I was grocery shopping and I just couldn’t help it so in the basket it went.  It’s just what it says, four snap apart sealed single-servings of wine in Riedel-like glasses stacked together in 187ml equaling a 750ml bottle of wine.

Stack Wines Cabernet Sauvignon

Stack Wines,

It’s designed to ensure the freshness of each and every glass of wine. These exclusive wine like containers are designed to look and feel like a wine glass. They are called Vinoware and are made with a high-quality plastic that is shatterproof, lightweight and reusable.  While this is all pretty cool, it’s to protect the wine from oxidation, spoilage and to keep it fresh for whenever you chose to have a glass.

Matt Zimmer, a former mechanical engineer, is the brainchild behind this nifty concept.  The whole purpose of this was to provide a way to transport a good wine to any location with ease. I think he succeeded. I know it would be something I would consider taking along on a picnic.

Stack Wines,

This is what is said about Stack Wines Cabernet Sauvignon:

“The Stack Wines California Cabernet Sauvignon delicately balances the flavors of dark fruits like cassis, blackberries and blueberry jam with earth and wood notes like roasted cocoa nibs, pine, cedar and a bit of mint, black liquorices and black pepper. This high intensity wine boasts a body and mouth that are relatively restrained despite the fact that the delicious Cabernet has a massive amount of flavor.”

So how did I like the Stack Wines Cabernet Sauvignon?  Fine wine it’s not, but I have to say it isn’t too bad.  I can see getting a pack of these to take on a picnic mainly because these Stack Wines are just so handy, why not… :-)

You can find Stack Wines Cabernet Sauvignon on their handy Stack Wines store locator on their website,, and a good many grocery stores.

Time for a glass…

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  • Cheryl Therrien

    Love the idea! I wonder what the wine tasting world will think of it. :)

  • Julie

    This is pretty cool. I would try it just because of what it is.

    • Susan P. Cooper

      Hi Julie, I love the portability of the Stack Wines. Let me know what you think when you try this. :-)

  • Susan P. Cooper

    Hi Cheryl, I have yet to hear much about it. It is a very new product. We shall see. :-)

  • Jon Jefferson

    This is a bit classier than the wine juice boxes I have seen.

    • Susan P. Cooper

      Hi Jon, You got that one right… LOL. :-)

  • Susan Oakes

    For some reason they look rather large single serves Susan. Agree about the portability and from the look of the jars you could perhaps reuse them later for storing something else.

    • Susan P. Cooper

      The picture does give them appearance that they are larger then they are but assure you they are no large then a normal 5oz. serving. The empty containers are great for an outdoor candle holder or storing spices. :)

    • Elizabeth Scott

      I too immediately thought about how I could reuse the containers for later. I think they would be great for paper clips or any other little things that have a way of getting lost,.

  • Adrienne

    Now, if they would only do this for the type of wine I love Susan THEN this would be a really cool concept! lol…

    Great idea though I must admit.


    • Susan P. Cooper

      Hi Adrienne, I love the idea too. BTW: It comes in different varietals, so you might check it out. They just may have something you like. :-)

  • Mary Slagel

    What a brilliant idea! They are also perfect for nights at home alone when you really want a glass of wine but don’t want to open a new bottle in case you don’t get a chance to have another glass anytime soon–although I always find an excuse for a glass when the bottles already been open :)

    • Susan P. Cooper

      Hi Mary, Very well said on all points, especially have another when to bottle is open and available… LOL. :-)

  • Jeri Walker-Bickett

    I would definitely use these when I go to the Boise Shakespeare Festival. Toting wine and real glasses around an be a bother, so this is a genius idea.

    • Susan P. Cooper

      It would be perfect for that venue Jeri. i love having wine at event like that but it can be a bit problematic to carry all that you need. This would fix that issue. :-)

  • Debra Yearwood

    Great for picnics or when you only need enough wine for you. :)

    • Susan P. Cooper

      I agree Debra. I was thinking that many times I open a bottle and it will take me a week to finish it by myself. This would solve that problem. :-)

  • Brittany

    This is a really cool idea – thanks Susan for sharing. Was this a sponsored post? Jw!

    • Susan P. Cooper

      Hi Brittany and welcome. I think so too. No, it wasn’t a sponsored ad. I usually will say up front if it is. :-)

  • Sue Price

    HI Susan, what a great idea. As Debra said great for picnics. I wonder if we can get this in Australia. Thanks for sharing.

    • Susan P. Cooper

      Hi Sue and welcome, That’s a good question. I am sure as cool an idea as this is, it won’t be long before you see them in your stores. :-)

  • Morgan Decker

    That Vinoware is awesome! Very cool design and I agree, the shape is perfect for a picnic. I’ll have to grab a few of these next time I shop to throw in my basket! :)

    • Susan P. Cooper

      Hi Morgan, I agree. They couldn’t be any handier for a picnic. :-)

  • Rebecca Thompson

    I’m with Sue, I wonder how long it will take to come to Australia. I think I’d like to take them places just for the fun factor and conversation piece :)

    • Susan P. Cooper

      I wouldn’t think long, Rebecca. It is such a cool idea I’m sure it will catch on. :-)