Oenophiles on the go have a lot to be excited about in recent years. Portable wine packaging has made significant strides in offering better wine packaging solutions that can be traveled with and consumed away from home. For example, starting this month several major league baseball stadiums started offering Fetzer Crimson wine in single-serve PET wine glasses for the first time.
Here’s a round-up of 8 packaging solutions that are helping wine-lovers enjoy their drink of choice away from home:
1. Zipz Wine and Fetzer Crimson teamed up to bring single-serve PET wine glasses to Major League baseball fans.
2. Oneglass is a single-use, individual serving of wine in a pouch. The perfect solution for wine-for-one, and an easily transportable packaging solution. Oneglass is currently available in France, Italy, and Japan.
3. Bandit Wines offers a re-sealable juicebox that is available in 1 liter and 500mL sizes. The light, portable, and unbreakable solution is perfect for hiking, camping, and other outdoor adventures.
4. Many brands of wine, such as Black Swan Vineyards, offer the original single serve wine option, the mini bottle.
5. Le Froglet and Wine Innovations came together to provide a glass of wine on the go – complete with a PET stemmed wine glass.
6. Nuvino has recently launched wine in a resealable pouch, or “wine without excess baggage”. The new single-serve pouch provides a way for individuals to enjoy a small serving of wine without needing to open up a whole bottle.
7. Arbor Mist Frozen Wine Cocktail Pouches are the perfect solution for any summer night. The pouch was designed to be frozen, then taken with you to serve slushy wine cocktails wherever you are. They also offer mixed drinks, like margaritas and pina coladas, in the frozen pouch form-factor.
8. Stack Wine provides a way to share wine among friends on-the-go. The shrink sleeve peels off to reveal 4 individual servings of wine that come with their own PET stemless wine glass.
Which one of these new portable wine packaging innovations would you like to try?