Single- serving wine

Go Try It

July 08, 2006|By KATE SHATZKIN

What it is -- A pack of four single-serving, unbreakable bottles of wine.

What we like about it --This affordable chardonnay is made to travel on the trail or to a picnic. Each plastic bottle holds about a glass of wine (but no need to bring glasses). The wine could be more complex, but as long as you keep it chilled in the backpack or picnic hamper, its pleasant taste will go nicely with casual fare such as grilled chicken and potato salad. Pinot grigio, cabernet sauvignon, merlot and white zinfandel also are available.

What it costs --$8 for a pack of four 187-milliliter bottles; $14 for eight.

Where to buy it --Wine and liquor stores.

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