All-in-one, wine convenience
Are you an on-the-go sort who would love to bring the party (and wine) with you? That's not always easy, even when it's permissible — just think of all the things you need to bring along: large, glass bottles of your favorite wine; a corkscrew; glasses. It can be a hassle. Fortunately, there is a convenient way to enjoy your wine when you're out enjoying nature.
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This is one of the coolest "bottles" of wine to come around in a while. No corkscrews or stemware needed. Don't worry, you won't have to pass around the bottle for a taste with friends. STACKED Wines offers four, single-serve wineglass-shaped containers, sealed and stacked on top of one another, all equal to one bottle of wine. Now that's convenience!
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The "glasses" are made of recyclable materials that also help keep UV light out to keep the wine, well, fine. STACKED Wines are priced at $14.99, making it perfect to pick up and take along to a picnic or outdoor show. The single-serve packaging is also a great option when you want just one glass of wine at home, but don't want to open an entire bottle.
The premium California wine is selected by the company’s in-house sommelier and offers a chardonnay with soft citrus notes and a hint of oak and a merlot that has a red plum flavor and traces of vanilla. STACKED recently added a pinot grigio to its roster and looks to continue to expand.
Fantastic French wine at a fair price
Most of us get that wine doesn't have to be expensive to be good. But doesn't it seem like there's always someone in our crowd to make us think twice about how much of our hard-earned cash needs to go toward good wine — especially French wine? Put your worries to rest and give your wallet a break. There are French wines that are approachable, taste wonderful and won't cost a fortune to enjoy.
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Rhone Valley wines
The Rhone Valley region of southeastern France covers more than 188,000 acres and delivers more than 400 million bottles of wine a year. With that in mind, you're likely to find something that suits just about everyone's taste (and budget). The year-round, lovely climate of the area helps provide the right environment to produce enjoyable wines. Consider these three Rhone Valley wines:
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