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Stacked Wines adds Cabernet Sauvignon wine to portfolio

DBR Staff Writer Published 19 November 2012

Stacked Wines, a US-based company that offers wines in individually-packaged wine glasses, has launched its new wine - Cabernet Sauvignon.

The Stacked Wines California Cabernet Sauvignon possesses flavors of dark fruits like cassis, blackberries and blueberry jam with earth and wood notes like roasted cocoa nibs, pine, cedar and a bit of mint, black liquorices and black pepper.

The new wine is now stacked along with Merlot, Chardonnay and Pinot Grigio in 'four pack' stem-less wine glasses that are vertically arranged to form one full bottle of wine.

Stacked Wines marketing vice president Jodi Wynn said while developing the concept of Stacked Wines, creator Matt Zimmer was consuming Cabernet Sauvignon.

"So adding this varietal was the clear choice as the newest addition to the STACKED Wines family," Wynn added.

Stacked Wines in-house sommelier Doug Allan said the company is making its mark in the wine industry by not only providing innovative wine packaging and ultra-convenience, but premium wine with top-quality taste.

The single-serve, ready-to-drink bottles of Cabernet Sauvignon wine are available at Total Wines & More and Bristol Farms stores and among other retailers for retail price of $14.99.

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