really happened. I had heard about it. Someone wanted me to invest
in it. I actually thought it was just a matter of time.
Plastic wine bottles. The same plastic that is used for soda,
milk, and spirits may soon end up being a package for wine.
Today I tasted my first two wines packaged in a plastic bottle.
The wines were great and the convenience and portability of the
wine were excellent. Smaller footprint, no breakage, put it in
your picnic sack or golf bag, and get more in a box because it is
lighter and smaller!
Stay tuned for more advances
in the wine packaging industry.
Today I tasted my first two wines packaged in a plastic bottle
Classic Series September 2011. Zinfandel,
2009. Oak Grove; Chardonnay, 2010. Happy Camper;
Carmenere, 2010. Alma de Chile; Torrontes, 2009.
Vintners Series September 2011. Cabernet
Sauvignon, 2008. Catalpa; Cabernet Sauvignon/Zinfandel,
2007. Rock us Bockus; Viongier/Marsanne, 2010.
Flying Nymph; Vinho Verde, 2010. Beach Ball.
Limited Series September 2011. Garnacha,
2009. Evohe; Zinfandel, 2009. Rail to Rail; Sauvignon
Blanc, 2010. Saint Clair; Sauvignon Blanc, 2010.
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