Hoke wrote:Kinda hard to sniff at what the Eeyooropeens have been buying for some years now, innit? And in copious quantities too.
It's a container. It holds wine. It is easy to open and pour the wine, so you can drink it. It does the job it is designed to do. That's good enough for me.
John - Santa Clara wrote:there's a lot of insipid wine in boxes, jugs and now Tetra Paks
There's also a lot of insipid wine in bottles complete with cork.
As you say, don't blame the package.
Robin Garr wrote:Simple, inexpensive wines are starting to turn up in Tetra Pak, the squarish, coated cardboard containers more familiar for fruit juices. Advocates like the casual informality and light weight of the Tetra Pak; some more conservative wine lovers consider it undignified, or fear that even modest wines won't keep well in a disposable package. Where do you stand?