- 12:12 pm - Sat, Apr 7, 2012
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A New Way to Drink Wine: Try This Four-Pack Stack of Chardonnay
Musing on a favorite pastime, James Michener once declared that “to dine in harmony with nature is one of the gentlest and loveliest things we can do,” concluding that “picnics are the apex of sensible living.” It’s a mantra I’ve taken to heart, “for of this world one never sees enough.” My habit is to bring a bottle of wine, uncivilized prohibitions against imbibing it outdoors be damned. Usually I take a wine key too, but being a forgetful sort, I’ve had occasion to force corks down the necks of bottles with objects as varied as a cheap plastic pen, splintery driftwood, a friend’s lipstick container, and the curved metal protruding from a u-lock.
This lifestyle hassle puts me squarely in the target demographic of Stacked Wines, a new company that’s offering a variation on the traditional wine bottle and betting that their container is going to be competitive with or surpass in popularity the box-enclosed plastic bladder, the Tetra Pak, the Wine Cube, and the PET bottle.
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Wine packaged in single-serving, single-use, disposable plastic containers. Something else to contribute to our already high levels of plastic pollution, methinks. As much as I like wine, I’m pretty sure I would not be tempted to buy wine “bottled” like this. What about you?