I 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
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.
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…
Time for a glass…
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